Making Gold in World of Warcraft
SavedInstances is the awesome addon that tells me all of the details that I’d usually have to use alt-o-holic for, in a neat little menu that I can customize a bunch of ways. This little blurb is hidden unless you mouse over the far right hand side header, so I didn’t even know it was there until someone told me. How is gold making going?
I have 40 characters, 23 of those are level 60. Let’s skip the total time played on this account because of course my account is ancient. Looking at the total money, I’m pushing towards 13 million gold across the servers that I play on – not too shabby! I have a gold making challenge ongoing right now to reach cap across one server (something I haven’t done since BFA when I spent 5 million and bought the AH mount, and then how multiboxing works changed). I have almost 6 million gold over on Argent Dawn (low population RP server) and then the next runner up is slightly over 4 million on Winterhoof (my horde team lives there, and that’s where I spend most of my time these days). The other servers are just ones I occasionally play on – Blackwater Raiders is a server I started on for my Rags to Riches challenge a few months back. I started there with zero gold, flipping on the AH, and now I’ve grown to 2.5 million gold on that particular server.
Hyjal is where I purchased my 291/304 items from to take back to Argent Dawn. I used to have a few million there but I’ve since transferred it all off. Area 52 is where I play with a handful of friends, and is where I pick up battle pets (they’re always nice and cheap compared to my main servers) to level up and then flip. That’s how I’ve gotten so many level 60s, actually. Pet battles.
In any case, making gold is alive and well even if it has slowed down (for me) slightly. I know a lot of people are still making gold from legendaries, but that was never something I got into. Plans for the gold? Absolutely nothing besides continuing to pay for my accounts. I buy tokens when they’re cheap (below 200k ideally) and just continue to add game time. As always, happy gaming, no matter where you find yourself!