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2-16-2012 @ 2:31PM
I used to hang out a lot in LK and offer my JC services on trade. Only worked for tips. I planned on doing the same in cata, but since I keep trade tabbed, I really don't see people asking for JC's that often. I also have a decent amount of gold. Occasionally I will hang out on my mage and offer porting. If I see someone asking for something I can provide, and they are not asking in an overly obnoxious way, I will switch toons and offer up services. The only fee I ever charge is for a CD (transmute or tailoring). With having 9 85's, I just don't usually have much free gametime to just sit around and chill out as I did before cata. I am a slave to my alts :P I still try and take some time off to, "smell the roses" as Ferris Bueller put it :)
2-16-2012 @ 2:57PM
I'll cut the exotic stuff, usually if I see someone asking for BC or LK gems. I'm curious to see what they're up to. Classic player? Twink? Min/max leveler?Current content cuts? Check the AH. The guy who tipped me 2g ruined it for everyone, sorry.
2-16-2012 @ 3:59PM
I can empathize with you. I used to keep a "will not cut" list for people who tipped less than 5g. On the other side of the spectrum, I used to tell people tipping me more than 20g it was too much and would wait until they tipped less. I have since changed my ways. I take the bad with the good. Just like with mage ports- I love porting so I really don't care if I get a tip. I like it, I'm not going to lie. It's not even about the money- it's the fact that one human being is taking time out for another. During winter veil, a random person came up to me after a snowball fight and gave me a gift. It was a wrapped up skinning knife. I thought that was one of the nicest/funnest things to ever happen to me, in game. So I went out and wrapped up a bunch of junk and gave it to random people. It's the little things.
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