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11-21-2011 @ 3:03PM
I remember right after hitting 80 on my Priest I grinded out that last little bit of Inscription until I could make MFCs. I had a nice system worked out, put up something on Netflix and fly up and down the river in Uldum on my Druid picking Whiptail till my bags were full, then send them over to my Priest to make cards and sell them. I was finally able to save up enough for that Traveler's Tundra Mammoth I always wanted mostly from MFCs, it also helped that I'd save a few for the cookies for myself and actually got the 5k card. Unfortunately I haven't been keeping up with it due to time, but as long as you have the ability to get lots of herbs you can churn out quite a few cards for some quick cash. Also the use of trade actually works well for something like this as the article says. I recommend coming up with something witty to catch people's attention./2 |cffffffff|Hitem:60838:0:0:0:0:0:0:1743873152:85:0|h[Mysterious Fortune Card]|h|r #g each on the AH! See your fortune! Win big!This was the macro I used to use for example, sometimes I'd get a few comments on it, almost always I'd see my chat panel explode with "A buyer has been found..." messages.These cards are a lot of fun to work with, I'll be sad when they lose some of their punch in MoP. I hope Blizz works out some way to keep them useful, that or make an upgraded version with a new cookie like how they make upgraded Darkmoon Cards. They have something really good here.
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