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Insider Trader: Fair wages {WoW}

Jun 13th 2008 7:47PM I understand that in a perfect world i could spam in trade asking for what i consider a fair tip without being called names for the minute that follow... but it's not the case.

Enchanting is the worse i think... i can craft an end game belt and ask for mats +150g and no one even blink, but charge more than 15g for a world drop enchant and you wont hear the end of it.

When is the last time you saw the potency formula on the ah or the resilience one for the chest piece... Potency was on the auction this week on my server and someone bought it for 1750g... Charging 10g per enchants i would only need to sell it 175 times just to break even if we dont consider the cost of training and of the enchanting rod.

When i started leveling my crafting skills, I decided i would not loose money with my professions. When i supply mats i always asked for more than what they would sell on the ah and I've always always charged a fee when people supply their mats. I'm sure my whole family have been insulted somewhere in the leveling process so i can understand that some crafters would choose to ask for tips and just blacklist the buyers if the tip is not as they want.