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You are most likely here because you enjoy crafting. I have been reading up on some of the WoW issues regarding gold making, which make me realize that WoW is not the game for me.

If you want to play a game where gathering and crafting is the cornerstone of the economy, and are not faint of heart, I recommend EVE Online. EVE even has releases purely to support industry. You can play for free if you are good enough manufacturer or trader.

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25 March 2010

Where are the tailors?

From the 3.3.3 patch notes
  • Tailoring
    • The cooldown and location requirements have been removed from creating Moonshroud, Spellweave and Ebonweave. If any of these abilities are on cooldown when the patch is applied, players must wait for the cooldowns to expire naturally before they are permanently removed.

I have a spellweave tailor. As such I can get 2 peices of Spellweave per set of mats. The same applies to the other tailor specialies. The reason that spellweave has historically been high (on my server at least) is the lack of specialists combined with a 4 day cooldown.

Last night, I made 20 spellweave, and put most of them up on the ah, at around the cost of mats for a non-specialist. (Being a specialist I still am doubling my money). As a part of an unusual day (not WOW related) I went home at lunch, and quickly checked the AH. All sold. I need to make more. Oh well, for a while at least I will make a nice profit on this line.

If you really would like to make gold, do your reading. Patch times are opportunities, that come only so often. If the patch notes suggest an opportunity, especially if it isnt on the front page of the big sites time and time again, put your gold where your skills are.

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