I just wanted to take the time today to point you to two new blogs that I think will be excellent gold making resources moving forward, and great blogs to add to your reading lists! Both of these are written by two fellow Wind Traders of The Consortium Forums, veterans of WoW gold making, but who haven't been active on the blogging side of things. Now they've taken to blogging to share their thoughts and information on WoW gold making.
Mithrildar's Theoretical Gold Farming
Mithrildar's blog, Theoretical Gold Farming has already has a great post about Crafted Epic Gear in 5.4. You can expect this sort of insight and deep thinking from his future posts, including an upcoming post I recently got a sneak preview of, on the topic of "shuffling without a spreadsheet". Be sure to check back for that post, I know a lot of you will appreciate it.
Late Night with Stede
Stede is no stranger to blogging, he is a long time gold maker who you might know from the Call to Auction Podcast. He is starting up his own blog called Late Night with Stede which will include a short weekly 20-30 minute live podcast where he will be interacting with his audience. His blog is bound to be a place for interesting and thoughtful discussion, and I would highly suggest adding his blog to your feeds, and participating in his podcast if you're around when he records it. It will be a great opportunity to learn and discuss gold making in WoW.
I'll be adding both these sites to my blogroll on the sidebar, so if you ever need the links, they'll be there.
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