Saturday, July 10, 2010

Starting from Scratch - Week 1

This is a weekly series where I detail my gold making adventures of my new alt warlock while I level to 80. It's a project that I am doing not only for myself but also for all of you to see how much gold can be made while leveling. I will receive no financial support from my other characters. The only support he has is three BoA items chest, shoulders, & staff. This will be a learning experience for me as well! Armory Link Here

Well I leveled my lock last night to 13 for 4 hours played, I screwed around before vacation with the fire festival activities if you are wondering where the time went =]. I really lucked out last night as a player was paying 25g for guild signatures. By the time I got over to him he only needed one more signature for his charter and when I signed he payed him 50g instead of 25! This was initial boost I was looking for! Also a reminder, my professions are skinning and mining.

Here is a list of items I bought,
Netherweave bags x3 11g = 33g
Green Wand = 2g
Common items to fill slots = 80s
Total Spent = 35g 80s

Items sold,
Copper Ore stacks x3 = 42g
Linen Cloth stacks 4x2 = 8g
Peacebloom x5 = 10g
Light Leather stacks x2 = 12g
Rough Stone stacks x4 = 4g
Shadow Crystal = 2.5g
Total Sales = 72.5g

Total Gold = 93g

I really believe I could have made so much more gold if I spent more time mining. Copper has ridiculous demand since it is always needed for leveling blacksmithing and engineering. But with that said I only mined nodes that were near me while questing, I did not go looking for any nodes. I may have to later just in case I don't have enough skill points when I move to the next zone.

So excluding the 50g I received from a guild charter I still made 43g just off selling items I collected on the auction house. That's really good money for a level 13. We will have to see how many levels I can pull this next week. Maybe I can get another guild charter =p.

Thanks for checking in!


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