Legacy loot changes are going to be a two edged sword, On one hand its going to be easy to farm items and on the other hand its going to be easy to farm items which will drop the price.Havent farmed any Lunar event coins this year so far, I like to grab the lanterns for selling later if i can.
I'm having a break from WoW, but during 7.1-7.2, I felt like class order resources were an overwhelming source of gold. I wonder if you can still gain pretty much same amount of it daily.
Although I don't really like Inscription tips being shared here (I don't need any more competition on my server :) ) one tip I have is since it's the start of the end of the xpac start thinking about buying up the Legion herbs that people will start dumping hoping to clear out their inventory. The Ink Trader is one advantage Inscription has over other professions as it lets you trade current mats for old mats. At the end of every expansion, I buy up tons of the super, super cheap herbs people are getting rid of at the last minute and convert them into older inks so I always have a large supply of the older mats.
Back in Pandaria I sniped a Depleted-Kyparium Rocket for 680 gold. Since the going rate was 68,000 gold, I felt bad for the seller and decided to contact him to reverse the transaction. When I checked my purchase logs, I discovered his name was Ilikerape. So instead of contacting him, I just reported the name to Blizz. Karma can be a good thing.
Wait... Goblins have ethics?I thought they only had something like the Rules of Acquisition from Star Treks Ferengi."If its profitable, sell your grandma" and such.
So far I have made almost 30k with selling Festival Dress and Festival Suit. With crafting cost being ~20g I would almost call it free money
Are you still making gold with inscription? What is your own personal favourite glyph to use? What's your top selling glyph?Yes i am! But I am not making Glyphs, rather I'm making Tome of the Trainquil Mind! It has been paying for my wow sub 2 months now :)
TSM looks nice i'll use it right now :D
Yes, i snipe the AH. Mostly for 'under vendor price' items, but sometimes i will search through pets (my dirty little secret, i'm addicted to WoWPokemon) to find ones i don't have yet and if i find one that's selling for a lower price (either just in general or if it's a green selling for less than the blue version) i'll snag it and relist it (i have plenty of charms to buy the flawless battle stones). Back in the day i used to buy out the Netherweave Bag market and completely rule it. i haven't done anything with the Lunar event this year, i haven't really been playing much lately (curse you depression) but i have the pets so i don't really see much of a point anyways. xD The legacy loot mode sounds REALLY awesome and i hope we get it sooner than BFA!
I useed the addons HandyNotes and HandyNotes_LunarFestival to go on my journey for coins, it took me about one hour and a half. I bought the pet, got it to level 25 and hopefully I can a decent amount of gold off it :)
I tried TSM a couple of years ago and it seems I couldn't really figure out how to work with that addon. Looking at it, I'm willing to give it another try. Hopefully this time I'll find a good guide somewhere to get to know the addon, cause it really seems useful!
>Where do you draw the line? Do you snipe the Auction House? Have you ever sent something back or been asked to send something back, what did you do?I like to think that I am a person with integrity, and that that carries over to the internet. I do snipe the AH looking for deals to flip. Unless its obvious that someone was trying to post something and forgot a zero, I keep the item. No one has ever asked for an item back, if someone did I would like to think that I would be kind and return it to them. Who I am as a person is more important than gold.
Legacy Looting can't come fast enough. Blizzard constantly breaks things claiming to "fix" them while ignoring feedback warning them of the impending break then trying to shrug it off with scripted PR comments and cut & paste GM responses.The nerf to self-sustaining order halls feels like a mix of Blizzard favoritism and forcing players to spend more and more time playing their alts to obtain any benefit. Now only classes with cost-reduction champions can truly be self-sustaining and only when used specifically for BoS missions.
I haven't participated in the Lunar Festival this year. I'm glad they're making changes to the loot system in legacy instances!
Great! looking forward TSM4!
I don't necessarily agree with "if it's not against the rules it's not wrong." When WoD first came out, and when trapping beasts for the barn, you could steal someone's mob by throwing your trap before they did. I put in tickets about that behavior and talked to a GM and within a couple weeks they fixed the problem by making only those who tagged the beast first (and those grouped) eligible to trap a beast. This change was done to fix bad player behavior, even though the original setup was within the "rules." There are things that fall within the rules that are not ethical, and I think everyone has to decide for themselves where to draw the line. Just because you can do something, doesn't necessarily mean you should.On the other hand, I don't really hold it against those who take advantage of underpriced AH items. If you aren't aware of an item's value, that's really on you. Recently I accidentally listed a few stacks of ore on the AH for the item price instead of the stack price, and they were bought within seconds. I lost a few thousand gold. I suppose I could have contacted the buyer and asked nicely, but it was my mistake and I can make up for a 3000g mistake pretty quickly by putting in a little extra effort. It's a game, not life or death. I don't see the sniper's actions as necessarily wrong, but if someone asked me nicely to return an item because it was listed wrong I would. Not everyone can afford to give up the gold from a big mistake, and I have no problem if someone tries to get it back -- nicely.My wife got a hexweave bag in the mail from a random person the other day. She sent it back, assuming the person had mailed it to her by mistake. Turns out it was a guildie who sent it to her for being helpful in some prior situation. I think doing the right thing pays off in the long run.
About loot changes...I welcome this feature, too bad we won't see it before ages :)Anyway, it will helps us to farm sets such as the infamous DH LFR. Took me a solid seven months of farming it with my warrior, and I still miss the belt (thanks Blizz for letting me hide it!).Something else I would like to see addressed in some way is hyper rarity in raid gear. I am talking about some pieces from Icc or Tusks of Mannoroth from Garrosh for instance.The solution for Garrosh could be the introduction of a system similar to the one introduced with Furnace and Hellfire Citadel, letting people skip wings and, upon finishing a quest, letting you rush to last boss.One can hope...
Current user of TSM4.I love it!Awaiting for the final version.Gj to everyone on the team!