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2-16-2012 @ 3:45PM
Can you make a living that way? One of the worst things about being an Enchanter pre-Inscription was having to bark in Trade and work for tips. For a Crusader enchant like the one in the picture, I'd be lucky to get a 10g tip, because the customer probably doesn't know that the recipe is a rare drop. Maybe the environment would change after a while, maybe I'd get a few regulars who actually appreciate what I do. But I suspect I'd have to deal with a lot of entitlement behavior to get to that point.It's a good idea at heart, though, and I try to do the same on a smaller level. If somebody posts "LF Power Torrent enchant, my mats" in trade chat, I'll respond. I'll accept a tip if offered, but I never demand one (that kind of defeats the purpose of tips). Once I get my alts leveled, I'll probably do the same with ports and lockpicks.
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