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WoW Gold Making for Lazy People

Updated on February 18, 2013
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Attention Lazy people!

So my buddy wanted a no BS step by step to making money on WoW.

No long paragraphs on how to play in depth to the money market here..

Just easy step by step, on how to get rich in WoW.


Let's get started.

  • Level a character to the max level of your expansion pack.
  • Surf the AH for things that are selling such as, Herbs, Potions, Enchantments etc.
  • Pick up Jewelcrafting for Prospecting, Pick up Enchanting.
  • Level another character to max level for your expansion pack.
  • Pick up Inscription, and Tailoring.

Now that you have picked up your characters, and your professions.

You can either farm the materials, or buy a small amount to get started.

  • Farm or buy, high level herbs. Send to Scribe. Mill them, Make Inks Sell Inks.
  • Sell resherbs (Reserve Herbs) to bank toon to hold.
  • Farm or buy, high level ore. Send to JC, Prospect ore, use green gems to make necklaces / rings, send rings to Enchanter.
  • Disenchant Rings / Necklaces, send enchant mats to bank toon to sell.
  • Send blue gems to Bank toon to sell, or cut the gems then send to bank toon to sell.
  • Buy cloth, make high level blues, disenchant, sell high level mats. Works for purples too.

Do not waste your time and money making enchants that will be flooded on the market.

Sell the mats. Never the product. Unless there is absolutely an empty market.

Easy. Here are the steps. Get to work.

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      Ashleign 3 years ago from Alabama

      Thanks. Some people get caught up on "Selling to your bank toon." this wasn't a typo, you need to purchase the items your farming toons are giving to you.

      For instance. I send 20 cloth to the bank toon. The bank toon pays me 20g. The transaction is logged as expense.

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      Jessica Marello 3 years ago from United States

      That was very straightforward, and I admit I am lazy at times. Thanks for the advice!

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