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Wednesday, January 5, 2011

Reply to Fellow Bloggers- Capped by Cata and Venture LLT


So I have seen alot of posts from fellow bloggers  on the confusion/management of pulling off both leveling your toons, or playing AH (or pvp'ing, or raiding, for that matter).

How much time do you spend on your AH schedule anyways? 15 minutes, 30 minutes, hours? I had a previous post on my AH ritual, which has changed a bit (you always should be keeping up, switching it up, once you think that you have a process down, you find another way to win on the AH, so you should always be adding/subtracting on your process).

Currently, my daily AH consists of:

1. Opening Mail- See what has sold, what hasn't, and deciding what to repost
2. Auctionator Check- Elementium Ore, Pyrite Ore (I am still stockpiling), Obsidium Ore, Azshara's Veil (has been down in price since TolBarad farming), and Cinderbloom (I only check two herbs for the main fact that these have been the cheapest prices)
3. Listing stock in bags (after opening mail, bags get full quick, especially with non-stackable sales-weapons, armor, etc)
4. Milling, Prospecting, Making Gems, Making Glyphs, Hitting Vendors (if need be to refill stock), hitting guild bank (solo bank, btw)
5. Listing Goods again
6. Checking Auctioneer goods, under the 10% margin (see my AH Ritual post)


*all the while, keeping tabs on trade chat for deals, etc.
** checking friends list to see who's on, hollering, etc.
*** hitting dailies in org

I will spend no more than 30 minutes with the AH. I try twice a day, but that doesn't always work, sometimes there are days if not weeks between logins (although not recently-since The Shattering).

Now for the Enchanting Advice:

Both of you (Stede and Wes) have an enchanter you need to level. I am currently leveling an Enchanter as well (68) and to get the most of this profession, you most definitely need to level to 75 to train Grand Master for not only the enchants, but to d/e the end game epics (although if you are grouped in an instance, at least for now, you do not have to be maxed in the profession to d/e epics- FYI).

My toon is only questing for rep with certain factions:

Timbermaw Hold-
Enchant 2H Weapon - Agility
Enchant Weapon - Agility

Keepers of Time-
Enchant Gloves - Major Spellpower
Enchant Ring - Spellpower
Enchant Gloves - Superior Agility

The Sha'tar
Enchant Gloves - Major Healing
Enchant Weapon - Major Healing
Enchant Ring - Healing Power
Enchant Gloves - Threat

I just wrote a post on Enchanting recipies you can purchase in Dalaran, make sure to utilize this as well.

If you miss these, no biggie, it's just that the chants received from rep sell quite well in the AH. Do your homework on them to see if they are viable for sales. Obviously, if you are powerleveling, you won't focus on these, but if you are leveling a toon, this gives you areas to focus your time on (if you do powerlevel enchanting, still check your rep tab to see what recipies are available to you-FYI)

Now for your second profession. This will work for Stede, but it seems that Wes' toon ("I have a 65 hunter with 450 Alchemy and Enchanting") has already invested time into the Alchemy (which I don't have, so I don't feel I can give advise on- sorry brother) I recommend that you utilize a xp gathering prof (mining, herbalism) so you can make some change while you are leveling (if only inbetween pvp or dungeon queues). Do not forget the Archaeology as well, as that gives you experience for digging (and the extra cash you can receive on the drops). Even if you don't want to keep this prof when you cap (or at least hit 75), you will have made enough off the mats farmed in the meantime to powerlevel to your choice (blacksmith, tailor, alchemist, etc).

3 comments:

Stede said... Reply To This Comment

Hey Alto - thanks for the post, man. My DK is also an Alchemist. I really like all the info and tips you're putting together on Enchanting. It's a big help to have some insight from someone who's been there.

Shamaenei said... Reply To This Comment

it always helps to make a checklist of what you need to do. First write everything down you want to do and then make some comprimises and start scratching things off the list untill you have a solid list. Then test it out and see how long it takes. If it's taking too long try to shorten it some more and visa versa. Continue to do this untill you have the perfect list for you.

Tailswish said... Reply To This Comment

Again, just going through archives here. Wanted to point out to anyone doing the same that the ring enchants can only be used on your own rings, so their usefulness for gold-making is pretty much nil.

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