Wednesday, February 6, 2013
Tailoring, Glyphs and moving into new markets...slowly
I haven't been around lately - I have been just doing my normal thing in game and it has been taking up quite a bit of time - Power Leveling professions that is...
Firstly, I am working on slowly leveling my warrior through LFD. I have been doing only dungeons since 15 and am now sitting half way to 80. I currently have Tailoring only on this character and have recently hit the Frostweave wall! So I am buying cheaper cloth at 40g per stack and below to get it up...let me tell you that its becoming a very large headache because people just don't want to sell their cloth that low...but I am still moving forward, just be it at a snails pace! On the same coin, I feel like its still going decently quickly because I am not rushing it, using the it will be done when its done mentality.
Glyphs and Inscription madness! As you can see in the screen shot at the top of the page, I now have inscription maxxed out. I took a 2 days to gather up all the mats needed to get it up because I felt like saving a few thousand gold. I now have a few options as to how I want to get into the market. I put all the stuff I used for leveling up for pretty cheap because I need to do my daily research to get the better priced stuff. My general plan is to keep getting cheap herbs at 30g per stack until I get all the recipes and then attack the market with a stockpile of stuff! The glyph market as we all know is very volatile so keeping my overhead down is a good place to start.
Some other markets I am messing around with are netherweave bags, and some random gems. Same thing as the glyphs with the gem markets though as I don't have all the cuts yet. My best market at the moment is the 83-84 green and uber blues! I raised my prices for all of my items by 50g this week so I am going to see if they sell, if they don't then I can still make a profit selling at a lower price! If your into flipping markets this one is great and I have made over 100k with relative ease.
Thanks for stopping by and look out for more ah business as I get my professions up to speed!