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2-17-2012 @ 2:58PM
"I wanted to hear more about "sweat equity." What does he expect people to do when he crafts things for them?"I read through the article three times looking for the same thing. From what I can tell, it basically means "your mats, though I might be willing to make an exception." Looking at the enchant trade (the picture where Daenzu is trading with Kimjong-something), that includes vellum and other cheap reagents. But he (generally) won't just trade cash for scrolls, because his focus in on providing a service.[When somebody begs for cash] "I might tell them that they could possibly make 20g on the AH for a stack of copper - I look at the AH for current prices."That's what I don't get about in-game begging. There's money all around you, waiting for you to take it. A stack of Copper will buy you a Netherweave Bag, and 100g is enough to pay for all of your 1-60 class training, with money left over for taxis and the occasional BoE upgrade.On a related note, don't ask me for money to buy mounts and riding training. If you need cloth for First Aid, I'll help you out. Need some Bear Flanks to level your Cooking? Got you covered. Riding skill, however, is not required, and it's an expense you should have seen coming. Just because you meet the level requirement for flight doesn't mean you have to have it. I spent days farming the money for basic and Cold Weather Flight, and epic flight cost me two months of Northrend dailies. I'm not going to "loan" you three grand for something that's merely a convenience.
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