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1-18-2012 @ 2:36PM
While I won't deny that the crafting/disenchanting/reenchanting (is that even a word?) cycle is more profitable, I just wanted to add that the jasper and alicite green boes also sell pretty decently on their own, and at a steady clip. They're level 79 gear, so they're pretty useful for alts who just want to be able to hop into dungeons as quickly as possible. Dream emeralds are the only truly useless gem -- you can't make anything with them, you can't turn them into enchanting mats, you can't cut anything worthwhile with them, you can't give them away. Now, if I actually had a chanter to blow stuff up with, I might be more reluctant to pitch my greens onto the AH, but as it stands...
1-18-2012 @ 2:42PM
I've used Sensei's Dream Emerald a few times, but I think that's the only one of the bunch that I've touched.
1-18-2012 @ 2:50PM
Dream emeralds are great for cheap tanking gems: Puissant for mastery/stamina, Regal for dodge/stamina.
1-18-2012 @ 3:16PM
I've tried moving those, but they don't seem to sell very well, and when they do, it's usually for something like 10g/gem. :(
1-18-2012 @ 3:56PM
They're very slow movers on my server, but occasionally you can get upwards of 30-40g for them. I usually keep less than one stack on my bank toon, and sell them when I see the price creep up into that range. It would be really nice of Blizz would give SOME sort of options (besides cutting and vendoring) for some of the rare and uncommon gems that are basically useless. Even if you could just craft then DE them, it would be a huge quality of life change for JCers. That said - JCing has been very good to me anyway, so... I can't complain too much.
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