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One of the comments left on yesterday's post from a loyal reader got me motivated:
"My Tuesday routine is check AH before and after, list raid goodies (flasks, buff food) early, and then post-raid goodies (gems, chants) before I hit the hay." Brouck
I am slacking. My cooking has been sitting at 411 since Wrath. You ever have that feeling that you lost something? Keys, wallet, checkbook, etc? That was the feeling I had. I had left my cooking on the back burner (no pun intended). Growing up, my ma would tell me "Don't fret, it's not lost, you will find it in the last place you look". Yeah. Good point. I would get frustrated when she would say that, but she was ALWAYS right. Well, this time, it was Brouck's comment that made me remember that quote.
I have forgot about one of the first things that I made money with back in vanilla wow. Cooking. I cannot say how many Deviate Fish I have sold (actually, that's almost ticket worthy to find out....I wonder if GM's can look that up?). My estimate is in the thousands, and in fact, I still buy and sell them. And fish them...Do you? Quick gold, quick spawns, quick sales. But this post isn't about them. It's about Borean Man O'War.
I open up my cooking menu and at 411, I need to cook Black Jelly which takes 3 Borean Man O'War per. Great. No wonder I stopped leveling up....they were yellow, so I am sure after cooking a few back in the day, I gave up on them. Now don't get me wrong, fishing in WoW isn't bad, on a DK (water walk-freeze), but on a rogue? pfft. And in Borean Tundra? Even worse.
So I hit the AH (knowing that I never liked the area anyways) and type in Borean Man O'War: Nothing. Notta. Zero. Zip. Zilch. Instantly, I open /2......"WTB Port to Dal. 20g. PST". Next thing I know:
The funny thing is, even though this is my "main", and he has been around since '06, look at the full screen shot....