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M a x wrote:The day I turn gaming into work, is the day I give up gaming.
All power to the peeps making some $$ but constant farming runs and hours trolling the AH is just not for me.
As time passes, I think prices for real high end gear will crash (compared to now), I'm happy to wait.
Bronze_D wrote:That's the thing though Ralph, and the one that purehybrid missed as well... and part of the point mentioned in this article itself.
once you get the ball rolling in D3's AH, or RAH... you don't actually need to farm anything.
the whole point of fishing for the budget items and reselling them for it's proper market value is that you only need to visit the AH for a minute or two, post the item and just leave the game then and let the AH do the rest.
Assuming you know WHAT TO LOOK, and HOW (knowing what filter to use and what item to target can make the search as short as a few seconds), and what is the price average, you essentially generate gold/cash for nothing more than visiting the AH everytime your auction slot cycles over.
skitzor wrote:I made hundreds of dollars when I was 14 (in ~2004) selling items on open battle net in Diablo 2. good times.
haxman wrote:Wait what? Open Battlenet? I used to just create my own hacked items to play with on open bnet.
skitzor wrote:haxman wrote:Wait what? Open Battlenet? I used to just create my own hacked items to play with on open bnet.
I created hacked items and then sold them on ebay.
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