Planning on running lashers in DM. Dunno how well it works for a feral (aiming main druid tank)
I have found making Power Leveling packs is a good source of income as well and lets you add a few gold on top of what you would at the AH. Simply look up the matts needed to power level something, go farm them, sell for a premium when you can send all the mats needed to get to 300
Planning to not getting it for a loooong time. I'm so bad at saving making/saving money in this game :D
Maraudon Farm is accessible basically as soon as I hit 60 on Hunter. No dependency on market since you can just vendor the blues for some 25-40g/hour with leveling gear.
E: When market stabilizes you can DE them from a level 5 bank alt and stretch that gold/hour a bit depending on economy.
Yea I'm not sure what im rolling yet. But it all depends, I will have to adapt to the new meta I guess. It most likely will be different from private servers, maybe none of the OP dungeon-farming methods will work. I'm not worried though, there will always be something popular and in demand, and thur lies thy moneth!
Me too! Read somewhere that SM is the place to be. Let us be blessed with tons of https://classic.wowhead.com/item=24282/rogues-diary and silvers!
Stratholme living tanking runs, reserving the 1st righteous orb. DM East duo runs with a healer when I have decent gear. Farming E'kos in Winterspring. Herbing. :)
Mailbox dancing. But actually it'll depend on what the economy is like. I like trying to flip resources and equipment sometimes, or at least farm whatever is popular and not often farmed.
Laughs in goblin
Oh wait, a competitor!
Or, the beginning of a notorious trade cartel.
I don't have any tricks or anything since I didn't experience this back in vanilla; however, I was planning to roll hunter first and just farm as well as I could, auction as much as I can, and generally do what hunters do. I like exploring everything, so I think my 'rush' is going to be at a snail's pace, to be honest.