huh that's interesting for Revendreth, I would have thought the banewood area would also be pretty decent... especially when the WQ is up and you can happily leech of people doing the WQ but aren't a skinner
No mention on Skystrider Gliders? I made 900k+ gold only last week by selling them in AH
As long as the xpac doesn't have flying, gliders of any sort will sell. Tho, the moment Shadowlands flying is active, if ever, gliders will crash. (Pun intended?)
I so regret not starting legendary crafting sooner. I've so far only sold 3 out of the 15 rank 1s I was forced by this system to make, and I'm selling them at a minor loss, almost too scared to even try selling rank 2s. This system seems like it was almost designed with having no real viable catchup in mind
I started the legendary crafting later than I should've. I'm just now at R2 cloth shoulders (I chose shoulders since that's the next slot I'd like to craft for my main) and I've yet to sell any. Prices started out at around 1500g and are currently 100g. I actually advertised that they were for FREE in trade chat earlier today and I got no responses.What a mess. I dumped a fair bit of gold into it, thinking I'd at least be able to make it back. I'm not risking it with further ranks at this time. There's too much supply and not enough demand.
Realistically, dbminbuyout serves exactly one purpose, and only one purpose, in TradeSkillMaster: checking if an auction exists. How TSM uses is in the Default Craft Value Method is the one good use. That price source should not be used to value materials and it most certainly should never be used in a posting operation. TSM already tries to undercut between your minimum and maximum calculations in your post operation; if you find your minimum is too low, lower it, but do not use dbminbuyout. You will get inaccurate and wildly unpredictable results.
Stop posting these farm routes, please, you are only helping BOTs, which is not good.
Hopefully blizzard uses this opportunity to ban all those botters that are centered in few key spots :)