Wednesday, May 5, 2010

Jewelcrafting Shuffle


The jewelcrafting shuffle is a great and easy way to make money if your server has good prices on green (uncommon) wotlk gems.


How does it work? The idea is you are wanting to craft uncommon jewelry items such as,
Bloodstone Band - Bloodstone x1, Crystallized Earth x2
Crystal Chalcedony Amulet - Chalcedony x1, Crystallized Earth x2
Crystal Citrine Necklace - Huge Citrine x1, Crystallized Earth x2
Sun Rock Ring - Sun Crystal x1, Crystallized Earth x2

You will be crafting these for about 1g 14s on average less than the cost of selling to vendor.

Now before you get any more impatient run to the auction house and scan for any of these uncommon gems. You must buy these for under 1g each or 20g per stack. If you find gems for these prices then look for eternal earth stacks that sell for 100g or less.

For example the other day I bought these stacks of bloodstone,
Jewelcrafting shuffle


I have had exceptional days where I have bought stacks of gems for 10 to 15g and stacks of eternal earths for 50g! On these days when supply was big I have been able to pull in 1300g in about hour. If you buy out the entire supply on the auction house start asking in trade channel. I already had a big day on the auction house but I asked in trade channel that I was buying stacks of gems for 20g. A player on their bank alt messaged me and sold me over 500 gems!

Prices fluctuate a lot on my server but every couple weeks I have a huge day and I just yell woot! when I see these kind of prices =]

4 comments:

Anonymous said...

Thanks for this tip, had several players auctioning these for 1g or less and I snatched them up for the shuffle.

NakedJay said...

@ Anon
Great! Glad this method was able to work on your realm. It's an easy way to make gold and you can even go afk while you're crafting hundreds of greens.

Anonymous said...

Just found your blog, and starting at the beginning. Question: Once you create the JC item, do you vendor it? With your numbers (1g per bloodstone & 100g stack of eternals), you profit 1.14 g per item, correct?

NakedJay said...

@ Anon,
That is correct. I am selling it to vendor immediately after I create it. At the time of this writing I was making 1g 14s profit per item. As of late these numbers have improved. I have been able to buy uncommon gems and stacks of eternals for very cheap. So I have had over 2g profits off each item I vendor.

On average with limited supply on the auction house you can make an easy 300 to 600g in just a few minutes with this method. Not a bad income to check for every day.

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