This week in WoW has been a very interesting one for me to look back on. Especially on the gold making front.
If you've been reading my recent Weekly Reviews you'll know I've been considering dropping transmog until MoP. This idea was once again squashed. This week I made over 14k profit in transmog items, Horde side alone. Big ticket items like a 5k shield carried this profiting, as well as partial to full sets selling at once. This just means to me it's worth about 5k gold every time I posted last week, so I will continue throwing things up. My toon that I use ONLY for transmog, and have not given any gold other than 3k to start out is now up to 125k gold. Not too shabby!
If you follow me on twitter you probably know that I am very Horde based. That being said I have 9 Horde characters on my main server, and 1 Alliance. My Alliance character is only level 37, but this week I managed to make about half of my Overall Server Change (15k) on my Alliance toon. I am only using 2 markets for this toon: level 77-78 Twink gear, and transmog gear. Being that I don't have any competition Alliance side, as my server is pretty Horde dominated helps, but I am very impressed with my Alli toon, and will be continuing my little side project with her.
The Great Stormspire Scavenger Hunt
This week I am starting to participate in The Great Stormspire Scavenger Hunt. Basically they're having a competition to see who can get the most items on the list by the middle of June, which will most likely involve both leveling and lots of gold making! It's going to be a fun endeavor, I've already rolled a DK and look forward to updating you guys throughout the upcoming weeks.
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