Your Warcraft Noob Gold Guide

Your Warcraft Noob Gold Guide



Your Warcraft Noob Gold Guide
Did you just start playing WoW or​ do you have a​ brand new character and want to​ learn how to​ make gold very quickly? This article is​ just for you! I​ feel it​ will help a​ lot of​ noobs to​ get started and even some people that just started playing on the brand new servers and wants to​ make gold quickly at​ the lower levels in​ the game!
Start as​ Skinner and a​ Herbalist or​ Miner for a​ while to​ gather resources .​
You may have to​ travel to​ a​ main town to​ learn these skills early - but its worth doing early.
Skinner as​ you will be killing many skinable mobs early on, and either Herbalist or​ Miner as​ the radar marker conflicts - you cant have both a​ Herbalist and Miner radar blip on .​
I​ have toons that are both Skinner, Herbalist and Skinner, Miner .. .​
I​ think the coin generated is​ a​ little better as​ a​ Miner (esp as​ you get occ .​
gem drops in​ ore placements), but if​ you choose a​ dark-elf as​ a​ race go herbalist as​ the starting area has no mining resources - there may be an​ equivalent horde race !
Collect 6 slot bags as​ quickly as​ possible .. .​
some will drop as​ loot, others can be bought from tailors .. .​
you can do a​ /who and /tell and offer to​ buy COD (cash on delivery) via the mail system so you Dont have to​ buy from an​ NPC vendor or​ go to​ an​ Auction House before you are ready.
Have a​ mule sitting in​ your factions Auction House Town (eg .​
Ironforge for Alliance) - create a​ character that is​ closest to​ the Auction House Town . .​
best a​ dwarf or​ gnome for easy access to​ Ironforge - Humans need to​ travel via Stormwind and the Underground tram system, Dark-Elves have to​ travel via foot for about 20 minutes through dangerous territory to​ get anywhere near Ironforge for the first time .. .​
place your character very near a​ mailbox that is​ not busy .​
There are two mailboxes near the Auction House in​ Ironforge - one is​ always crowded . .​
crowds = lag .​
Choose the one that is​ not busy for your log-in/log-out place .​
This mule you will post your stacks to​ for sale at​ the Auction House.
Keep notes of​ how much a​ stack of​ resources (light leather from skinning, copper ore from mining, silverleaf and peace blossom from herbalism) sell to​ an​ NPC vendor but Dont sell to​ the vendor.
Check the Auction House prices using the search facility and take note of​ the starting and buyout prices for the stacks of​ resources you are selling .​
Many items have a​ buy-out price upto 10-20 times the price an​ NPC vendor will buy from you .​
I​ personally set my prices as​ follows ... .​
starting price 2x the NPC vendor buy value (around 1.5-2.5s per stack) and a​ buyout price 5-6 times the NPC buy value unless all the competitor sellers buyout prices are way above or​ below that, then I​ set my buyouts at​ just below theirs .​
a​ couple of​ hours work at​ toon level 6-8 will give you 3-4 stacks of​ light leather, 2-3 stacks of​ herbs, 1-2 stacks or​ metals bars (yep, smelt them for mining experience before selling them .. .​
if​ you are grey on smelting copper (ie no mining XP form it), sell the stacks of​ raw ore) and if​ you are working in​ an​ area of​ humanoids 1-2 stacks of​ linen cloth .​
Dont waste your linen on bandages (FirstAid) . .​
at​ least not yet.
Don't waste bag storage space on grey usable items, ruined pelts, broken teeth etc .​
unless you are filling up an​ inventory for the run home .​
Keep green items for Auction House sale if​ your toon (or an​ alt) doesnt need them .​
Always set auctions for 24 hours and put a​ buyout price about 4-6x the value to​ an​ NPC vendor (again check the Auction House current prices so you Dont over or​ under value your items) .. .​
the buyout price allows impatient bidders a​ way of​ getting their items quickly - and your money faster.
Mail your major items to​ your mule for Auction House Placement, dump the rest of​ the garbage ontot he NPC vendor .​
Each stack will sell at​ Auction House for 5-10s per stack easily and up to​ 20s per stack if​ the demand is​ right, low level green items 5-10s each .​
My first (and still main) toon never got anywhere near this cash return so early (mage, miner engineer) .. .​
my current level 10 gatherer is​ getting 1g per 2 hours of​ game time (mixing it​ up with questing and general fun) ... .​
a​ concentrated effort should nett close to​ 1g per hour - a​ huge return for a​ low level character .​
Dont choose your crafting profession too early .. .​
you can always drop one of​ your gathering professions for a​ crafting profession once your cash flow is​ good.
Buying unneeded items early eats money.
Buying unneeded skills early eats money.
Enchanting eats money ! Engineering eats money!
Leatherworking, Blacksmithing and Tailoring can feed an​ enchanter, make reasonably good money from auctioned items later.
Alchemy can be fun and provide a​ good range of​ buff and regen .​
potions for your own use, then sell once you get to​ craft the higher demand potions




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