I was wondering, what was the usual tip or payment players would give to other players back in Vanilla for services like Summoning, Alchemy, Transmutation, Refreshment conjuring, Summoning, Portals, etc.?
It's like the WoW equvialent of "dine and dash" - "Sum and run"...
Psh, that's why I would NEVER play on such a server as Moonguard. I'd never have all of my mains in retail on that server and play on it for years! What would people think of me?!
"May the eternal sun shine upon thee"
Nooo I did not mean it like that. I meant that I never used a portal outside one that was freely created for the raid. 2g for 5 minutes isn't worth it
<<port org uc tb 1g>> Waskala travels!
Those are egregious fees ! Away with you, scrolltucking knave !
*Swiftly proceeds to undercut the rate at which performing his own cantrips*
I'll be damned if I don't get myself a purebred before any of these mug-powdered crooks !
-Spying from the grave at the behest of the Kirin Tor. Roughly speaking.-
Water/Food was always on a tip basis on my server, usually being 20s - 1g depending on stack amount. Portals always used to be 1g - 2g. Arcanite Bar Transmute I think was about 7g+ but also really depended on the person. I suspect someone that was apart of a guild that actually used the daily cooldown would attract a much higher fee.
Can't explain why exactly, yet I was always giving everything for free as a mage back then. Portals, water, cinnamon buns.
Always had this feeling that the universe gives your kindness back to you in a mysterious and unexpected ways. Worked so far.
I used to tip mages about 50s -1g (depending on how wealthy I was at the moment) for a days worth of food. I'd often play AV all weekend and would go through the noms pretty quickly, especially as a warrior.
Oh boy im gonna be rich