We all are a little distracted at the moment. It happens. The quality of posts on gold blogs is down, as is readership:
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So, for both of you that are still reading blogs, ...
I do not understand what is happening. Where are the purchasers? Where are the sellers? For me at least, Glyphmas part 2 has not happened.
Possibly this is due to setting prices in the 50-100g bracket (I only want to sell best profit glyphs at the moment). I split my glyphs into 3 groups : Best sellers, OK sellers and poor sellers. At the moment my previous Best selling glyphs are not even being listed; thats OK, lots of competition explains this.
Some of my OK glyphs are being listed, without sales. Most of my poor selling glyphs are being listed - with very little - if any competition, but still not selling. Mmm. Distractions.
Maybe that is it. So many distractions and players are not bothering to either list or purchase glyphs.
The Illusion of independance
As I have said before, Blizzard is discouraging both micro-guilds and running a majority of out of guild 5 mans and dungeons, so I have been guild shopping. I didn't realise that I was so fussy.
- Family friendly.
- Large enough to keep regulars busy, and get various forms of guild achievements.
- Small enough for me to invite toons yet still know everyone.
I think I have found a guild that I should be compatible with. They have an active blogger that the majority of readers here will be familiar with. However, from our conversation last night, it is clear that I will not have the autonomy that I am used to, especially in terms of inviting toons. In reality I don't invite a lot of strangers to guild, and the majority of players I do invite want to raid more than once a week (hence only having a few raiders in Arozcaldo). The truth be told - I am feeling 'gun shy'. Right now, I wish Blizzard did not implement the guild changes. Let's see if I move beyond asking questions and join this new guild.