I’m in somewhat of a slow phase in my WoW-playing. I’m still playing. Quite a lot, actually. But the game no longer requires the attention it used to. I haven’t written on my blog or even read any other blogs in a couple of weeks. I’m not striving for any particular gear upgrades. I have no immediate goals.
What’s caught my interest now is making gold in the auction house.
My latest alt is now at level 77. I maxed his inscription skill. I’ve read online that you can make a lot of gold with inscription. You know what? Its true.
The income from inscription comes from volume of sales. Right now I am listing about 200-300 glyphs per day, which is nothing compared to the real power sellers. I check back a couple of times every day and cancel-repost where I have been undercut. At the moment this is netting me around 300-400g per day, but I still don’t have nearly all of the glyph patterns. As I get more glyphs I’ll list more and (presumably) make more gold. Except that herb prices have spiked, so that will cut into my margins.
I spend so much time on my alt and my bank toon that I’ve let my rogue performance slip. I haven’t been doing damage up to my usual standards in our raids. I need to get it together because we’re trying to finish ICC 10 before our main tank lets his account lapse.
I finally got some time in on Sindragosa yesterday. It was the first time I had been in on serious attempts at her. We got her to 15% but we don’t have the rhythm of the last phase down yet.
Note: if you hit Killing Spree just as Sindragosa lifts off for her air phase, you follow her up into the air as you attack her. Then you fall and you’re far out of position for ice blocks. The more you know…
I guess I can start my work on Loremaster. Its mindless, and should take up my free time this summer.