My bank was full of green gears and different level of cloth, and I finally gather enough strength to handle that.
I believe that many people share this problem with me, so after some price research, I started my business on recycling.
A Tailor and Enchanting Combo. I leveled my warlock to 50. Enough for the most profiting Netherweave bags and disenchanting for most of the outland gear. I may take another time to level her to 65, but well, after the 3.2 mount changes.
(This post was written @ August 1st. She’s on Level 63 now, and aiming for 68 for the shroud of tailoring…)
Basically the industry goes like this…
Buy up cloth and green gear on AH and in Trade Channel, convert them into profitable product (e.g. Netherweave Bag, Robe of Arcane, Wedding Dress, Formal Dress for RP purpose) and enchant materials.
Green gears and Cloth are the leftovers for leveling, after training first aid, the cloths is useless to most of the player.
Green gears serve no purpose other than upgrade for their gear, Lots of player want to get rid of these junk, quickly.
Many of them go into dusty bank/guild bank, or directly to NPC.
Others go into trade channel COD and AH. (Where I had gathered these materials)
Updates: The price of these materials on outland will drop soon, due to introduction of flying mount on 3.2, player will spend much lesser time and doing much lesser battle at outland.
On the other hand, The market consume large amount of enchanting materials for leveling it, every single person who annoyed by disenchanting gear, pours more gold into our pocket.
Nevertheless to said, Scroll of Enchants. ([item]Enchant Boots – Minor Speed[/item], anyone?)
Tailoring, [item]netherweave bag[/item] [item]Frostweave Bag[/item], sell like candy with Nicotine.
Tailor and Enchanting Combo not only synergy on leveling a lot, they also provide a stable decent profit. Worth a try if you are not into the complex Glyph market IMO.
P.s I thought I had writen this post long before, but it ends up sleeping on my draft stacks…. things pretty much didn’t change though (Other than my progress)
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