There was some doom and gloom written about Darkmoon Faire trinkets shortly before patch 4.2. This made me sit up and pay attention. Markets move en-mass, and often over react to new changes.
I mentioned a couple of posts ago, that I used Ask Mr Robot to determine what gem cuts players will be moving to. However, gems were not the only thing I noticed.
Hurricane and Stones are poor cousins and not recommended as best for anyone, to be sold for whatever I can get. All our trinket slots have become easier to fill, even for a player like me who has not had the valor points to purchase a single item at any point in Cata, (and I've only purchased a few Justice points items). The average value of Hurricane and especially Stones are on a downward trend, to be bought by newly levelled toons who cant be bothered sorting out something better.
Darkmoon Card:Tsunami is still recommended as a Best in Slot trinket for Holy Priests (one of 5 healing specs). This should be some demand, but probably not enough to soak up possible supply
Darkmoon Card:Volcano is still recommended as a Best in Slot trinket for most Caster DPS specs.
The average value of Darkmoon Card : Volcano should be on an upward trend, being the payoff for this phase of WoW. The average player wealth pool has increased a lot with the firelands dailies. Players have been to seeing big $$ spent on gear, and there is no reason not to charge it for Best in Slot. And selling to DPS: How can it possibly go wrong?
I will talk about crafting cards and sourcing mats in a later post. (I have an excitable commenter. Don't worry, I'll also address his previous ... comments in that later post)
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