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11-12-2011 @ 3:08AM
My theory is that this disparity is totally governed by AH add ons. Blizzard should ban all AH add ons and the disparity would drop. You should have asked iff you use AH add ons in your survey to show that ALL top 1 percent use them.
11-12-2011 @ 5:17AM
I like the equality with the AH interface, but you have it backwards. They should hire whoever the author of Auctionator is, pay the man a real salary, and straight out implement Auctionator into the base AH UI.You're way would be like taking a Porsche and forcing everyone to use a broken down beat up chevy nova. I'd rather we give everyone a Porsche for an AH UI.
11-12-2011 @ 9:52AM
If AH addons were banned, the cost of a lot of trade goods that get crafted in bulk, like gems and glyphs, would skyrocket. I did gem crafting and selling manually for a very short time when I first maxed it. I was looking up each cut I knew, writing down the cost and selling price, and then cutting the profitable gems on my list and posting them. It took me as much time and more effort to post 10 cuts as it takes me to post about 50 unique cuts now. Not many people would be willing to do that, so prices would go up (less undercutting) and the niche cuts would rarely be posted. It would, in short, have the opposite effect-- the people patient enough to craft by hand would get richerer, and normal people would have to pay much more for their gems. And forget about glyphs at anything remotely similar to a sane price; even with addons, they're a pain to manage. There are hundreds of unique, viable glyphs, all of them sell at a slow, steady pace, and managing stock with no addons would be miserable, much less having to post them one by one.
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