Wednesday, August 17, 2011

20,000 / 25,000 Glyphs

A full 2,500 glyphs ahead of schedule comes the 20,000 milestone on the road to 25,000 glyphs in a year since Cataclysm launched.

One of the pleasant surprises from milling sooo many herbs is just how long the Darkmoon Cards are remaining profitable. I have just ticked over 400,000 gold in Darkmoon Card sales since the launch of Cataclysm, and on average I'm still able to get at least 100% markup on the cost of creating decks. [Darkmoon Card: Volcano] is still BiS for most casters in the game, and [Darkmoon Card: Tsunami] is a delightfull healing trinket and sells for even more coin. I generally just aim to offload the, "only useful for grabbing an extra hit in Chimaeron" [Darkmoon Card: Earthquake] at cost. The hurricane cards aren't particularly good sellers, with quite variable prices but still a money maker. The cards do make good presents too, and I'm up to over a dozen used for alts, friends and guildies.

1 comment:

  1. I was quite surprised in re-equipping Darkmoon Card - Hurrican (Agi) at how much better it is since the Firelands patch came out. After testing several trinkets, on the dummies, including the iL368 Ricket's obtained through rep, the DMC-H is superior. The testing was ofc unbuffed and over a period of 9 minutes and all trinks were tested that way to ensure a 'like for like' measurement. I have been spruiking the goodness of DMC-H to hunters and rogues everywhere so maybe they'll become more profitable (?)

    Twitchie Industries is really quite impressive... I feel so inadequate lol