Feb 7th 2012 9:40PM Cambro is right. I make most of my gold this way and generally sell most of my auctions very early in the morning. My server has a lot of mid-day to evening campers that drive prices down, sometimes enough that I or other bigger Auctioneers can reset the prices, agian done late at night by fellow AH Hunters and/or myself. I like it when I can buy up all the 3g gems and reset to something more acceptable like 300g and people pay those reset prices and sometimes it takes a few days to get prices back down to 3g. Anyway late-night posting isn't for instant gratification, it's to ensure that when the realm starts to bustle I am in a competitive position.
Feb 7th 2012 6:56PM Interesting article. I Casually play the AH just to keep gold to supply my alts and Main, so number 4 is one I use often and try to make a point to be up late at night just to get that last batch of auctions in after most others have gone to sleep in hope of making a bit of profit.
Dec 21st 2011 8:05PM Sweet help me replace my Logitech M510
Oct 27th 2011 7:25PM My favorite addon is Panda it makes crafting so much more bearable and prospecting too!!!
Feb 9th 2011 9:07PM Sweet I can play on the go and not have to bring my Panther 2.
Jan 30th 2011 11:21AM For me pugs are a great way to learn reaction and increase your situational awareness. I think most people hate pugs because it takes them out of their comfort zone (running with friends or guildies) and places them in a situation where they may have to react uotside their normal roles to bring up the rear and help those that may not have the same skills. This works the other way as well lowwer skilled players need the experiance to gain skill and learn their class better in pugs they (I know I do) tend to want to try harder to make an impression on better players and show they can pull their own weight (mostly). Where pugs go wrong I think is when these two classes of skilled players don't acknowledge each other and work together and learn from each other.
I have been in pugs with less skilled tanks than I am use to but instead of whinning about it I do my part (I'm a DK) I will pull aggro off healers and other ranged squishies till the tank can take back aggro from me (much easier in Wrath mind you but I can still stay alive long enough). This helps me stay situationally aware and not fall into a comfort zone as well as gives the new tank a chance to refine his/her skill.
In short I like pugs because of the challenge of working with a ragabsh group of noobs a leets. I have learned alot about how to improve myself from players that far out skill me and if it were not for pugs I may have never met them.
Jan 2nd 2011 8:25PM Yeah Baby, YEAH!
Jan 2nd 2011 5:08PM Was just telling the Wife I needed a new book to read.
Jan 2nd 2011 4:01PM WOW This ones epic!!!! /need
Jan 2nd 2011 9:39AM This would be nice.