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You’re probably wondering how to make gold in WoW Classic. Well, I’ve got you covered. Gold isn’t as simple to make as it is in retail. You’ll want to be careful where you spend your hard-earned copper. We all know every penny counts in Classic. There are simple tricks you can use to make gold faster. Some may depend on your professions and others could depend on your class. I’ve played World of Warcraft since Wrath, and I always made my gold by questing, selling vendor trash, and soloing old content. Occasionally I’d use the Auction House to sell an item because I kept up my Skinning and Leatherworking skill throughout the years.To get more news about wow classic gold eu, you can visit lootwowgold official website.

If you’re hitting level 40 (or 60) congratulations! What a long strange trip it’s been, huh? Too bad money doesn’t really grow on trees, especially when it’s finally time to purchase your mount. If you’ve been spending your money wisely then how to make gold in WoW Classic isn’t going to be much help. You may be able to point your broke friends in the right direction with this article though. So be sure to hit that Share button so it pops up on Twitter.

Let’s start at the beginning. I know classic has been out for a few weeks, but how to make gold in WoW Classic deserves to start fresh. Whenever you begin a new character focus on selling gray items and white items you don’t need. Try not to delete anything when in the starter zones. Run back to the vendor when your bags are full. Don’t sell cloth, water, and food. The only stuff I spend money on is to train and repair. You can use the Twitch Client to install the addons Vendor Trash Loot to sell all your vendor trash at once, and the addon Better Vendor Price to ensure you’re selling the item for the best price.

Now I only train for the spells and abilities I’m going to use. For example, if I’m playing a Hunter, I know I won’t use the Aspect of the Monkey ability, so I don’t grab that. I’ll just train in Tracking Beasts and Viper Sting. Whatever class I play I make the same judgments because money is tight. Also, I only repair if I believe my armor is going to break. There’s no need to waste money otherwise. For example, if I’m playing a hunter, I only buy ammo if my ammo is below 60 in the starter zone and if it’s below 100 in the game world. You don’t want to be caught without ammo if you’re in a tricky spot and there’s no vendor nearby, but you also don’t want to waste money.

If you can pick up a profession early on then try and help other players. It doesn’t hurt to offer to make bags, bandages, food, or enchants. Hopefully, other players will tip you. If you do charge be reasonable. Anyone who’s in the starter zone is trying to make money too. It’s a good idea to create an item for another player without expecting something in return. If you do that then you might receive compensation anyway. The spirit of WoW Classic is to help your fellow player so don’t forget that!



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