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12-20-2011 @ 9:15AM
Nah, I'm not a collector. I cold-heartedly delete equipment as soon as I get an upgrade, and while I'm happy when I receive a pretty new mount or pet, I don't farm for them.Although having said that, my characters' banks are full to overflowing with crafting materials from all expansions, just in case I'll need it at some point, so I guess you could say I'm collecting and hording after all ;-)
12-20-2011 @ 9:53AM
Yeah. I am more of a collector of materials. I have my share of non useable items as well. The one toon I got both Crafty and Old Ironjaw on has those in the bank. Another toon has a stuffed shark head. Another a cat portrait. I have a pair of "clammy pants" somewhere (inside joke between me and a friend). I also have tabards and the vast majority of holiday items (that were supposedly going to be put into void storage- but that fell through). Making our toons banks all link up would be awesome. Then I could get rid of 9 sets of holiday gear, dozens of tabards, and many other semi-useful items :)
12-20-2011 @ 9:56AM
Did you say *nine* sets of holiday gear? Lol! And here I thought I was obsessed by starting my forth character on the "long, strange trip" :-D
12-20-2011 @ 10:54AM
LOL. Rev, i just got my 2nd toon the drake. I am not even going to mention my "alt server". So yeah, I have a little problem with alts :P
12-20-2011 @ 11:05AM
I'm glad I'm not alone then :-D
12-20-2011 @ 12:33PM
I horde old mats just because its such a hassle trying to sell them on AH. Nobody is buying and everybody is selling while leveling so they usually always come back unsold. I don't want to just vendor them though, cause I know just one of these days I'll need them. They are like boxes in my garage.
12-20-2011 @ 12:42PM
I'm currently working on my 5th and 6th violet protos. :)
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