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1-23-2012 @ 10:25AM
I'm there with you. My main, and almost solely played toon, is a leatherworker. Everytime I read an article about someone making money from a profession, I thought they were some kind of god - how can you possibly do that? In all my leveling up, I've never made money from leatherworking. Sure I've sold a few leg enchants here and there, but that ended up being money I made off of *skinning*. I even made a spreadsheet up once, of all the endgame stuff I could make, and what mats they took, and a separate area for each mat and its cost. I scanned the AH, found the cost of the mats, put them in my spreadsheet, and told me the cost of making each thing. And on my server, each thing was already selling *below* those prices.Then I got an alt leveled high enough on inscription to make fortune cards. Since then it's been like printing money. Like literally I'm putting ink to paper and it's worth twice what I paid for it. It's the opposite of leatherworking.And I didn't even ever get into the glyph market. I tried selling them, but I think I ended up vendoring most of them just to get them from taking up so much space. The ones I made while leveling that is.
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