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wow Gold Making: Blood of Sargeras Vendor

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Patch 7.1 is approaching and a lot of players will be lured by the siren of false riches.

What will happen after Patch 7.1 goes live?

  • Prices of reagents will go drastically down as there will be a large spike in supply. Players will be burning their bloods. Many players are currently sitting on lots of bloods, because apart from Professions there's currently no use for them. 
    • These very same players are willing to make quick Gold, which is where we will strike to make even more.
  • Prices will stabilize again somewhere below their current values when people burn all their bloods.

We want to make the most out of this opportunity, because we are patient little Goblins, right? Here are some steps to make you prepared for the Patch.

  • Nobody will be buying crappy items like Unbroken ClawUnbroken Claw or Lean Shank from the vendor as they want to maximize the value of bloods.
  • It all comes down to players whining about how expensive all herb-based products (flasks, elixirs) are, so let's talk herbs!

Hebs

Will be the most valued commodity. Let's do a little research based on current Median Prices (US) 

Note the prices are prior to the Blood of Sargeras trader, so they will decline.

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Blood Spending

So, spending a blood on the Fjarnskaggl is 443.10 Gold, Foxflower 488.60 Gold and Starlight Rose just 344.13 Gold, which bring us to a conclusion that to get the maximum value of your bloods spend them on FjarnskagglFjarnskaggl & FoxflowerFoxflower on Patch day & resell right away as prices will go down through next week and won't reach today's prices.

Buying Herbs (from AH) & Making Profit

  • Starlight RoseStarlight Rose is a reagent used for many flasks and potions. It's also an item that will be overbought with bloods. On Patch day (October 25), prices are likely to be underpriced. The influx in supply will be vast and the price reduction will be crazy on Tuesday/Wednesday.
    • Meaning players will be undercutting and selling relatively cheap.
  • Wait until at least November 8 when Trial of Valor opens and resell all the roses when the demand gets higher and people will have spent their bloods.

Closing Tips

  • Don't forget to set up your Sniper to constantly scan the Auction House as miss-pricing will definitely occur. A separate account just for constant Sniping can always make you tons of gold!
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What's the sniper at the end of the article ? an addon ?

 

And BTW on my server roses are 220 each :o

Edited by Kurtlol

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15 hours ago, Kurtlol said:

What's the sniper at the end of the article ? an addon ?

And BTW on my server roses are 220 each :o

Median price doesn't mean realm price. It's the halfway point between very cheap and very expensive. US - means across all servers in the NA region. Sniper is a powerful function of an add-on called TradeskillMaster, which allows you to buy cheap items and resell them higher. Basically, it's a real-time search of the Auction House. You get 3x roses from the vendor and 10x fj/fox, maybe pay a little more attention to the article :)

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So for maximum gold profit which herb should I go for? Fjarnskaggl/Foxflower and sell them right away on the patch day or Roses and sell them off on Nov 8?

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34 minutes ago, Quixotica said:

So for maximum gold profit which herb should I go for? Fjarnskaggl/Foxflower and sell them right away on the patch day or Roses and sell them off on Nov 8?

Check which herb has more value on your realm. I dare say this isn't even relevant, given the 4 gold difference in median and it's hard to say what happens with the herbs. Foxflower may even become cheaper than Fjarnskaggl after the vendor hits live.

 If you want to make quick gold with your bloods sell right away, as there will be lots of undercutting. I don't think reagent prices will stay at their current level. As for the rose, that's more for those who want to abuse people posting plenty of them for ridiculous prices. It's more of an investment "buy cheap now, resell higher later".

Either way if you're sniping and have your TSM properly set up, it should display any of the underpriced flowers.

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Your logic is odd to me. Why spend your Bloods on release if you plan to sell them in the future? That's nonsense. Save your bloods, the future will come, and you can check to see which mats will net you the most profit.

However I am going to be spending every last one of my bloods on order resources and laugh at everyone else's regret. :)

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9 hours ago, Raimy said:

Your logic is odd to me. Why spend your Bloods on release if you plan to sell them in the future? That's nonsense. Save your bloods, the future will come, and you can check to see which mats will net you the most profit.

However I am going to be spending every last one of my bloods on order resources and laugh at everyone else's regret. :)

What I meant was if:

  • > you want to make profit out of your bloods right away, buy the herbs with the highest median in your region
    • reselling them immediately will give you the most gold, because prices of reagents will keep declining.
  • > if you want to make profit of people burning their bloods, buy starlight rose from AH :)
    • it will be up cheap and its value will rise again on ToV release, as there is always a big flask demand whenever new raids open.

hopefully this clears it up a little, i've edited the part

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No no no!

This information is so bad it is crazy.  EVERYONE will be dumping their herbs and prices will crash so why would you buy any herbs at all?!  You will need millions of gold to keep up with the Starlight Rose market on some servers and their bloods will keep coming so you won't ever be able to keep ahead of the game.  The amount you have to invest will never be worth the potential 50g profit per herb (which will never happen)

Prices are never going back up after this vendor kicks in.

DO NOT BUY ANY HERBS FROM THE AH! DO NOT WAIT UNTIL 8th NOVEMBER.

Try and trickle sell any you have over the next week before the vendor kicks in, same goes with potions and flasks for the same reason.  Players will start to panic and the prices will just plummet as the average players with a massive stack of bloods is going to dump them into herbs.

Be prepared for very aggressive and volatile markets on the AH as soon as the vendor is available and if you do want to sell herbs be prepared to cancel and relist your auctions multiple times.

SMH.

 

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I have seen prices go way up instead of down on Winterhoof Seems the Blood vendor isn't bringing prices down but then again its the first day and people bought a bunch of herbs and are trying to gouge other players into paying stupid prices. I see a 500 percent hike compared to before the vendor hit.

 

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16 minutes ago, Papabard said:

I have seen prices go way up instead of down on Winterhoof Seems the Blood vendor isn't bringing prices down but then again its the first day and people bought a bunch of herbs and are trying to gouge other players into paying stupid prices. I see a 500 percent hike compared to before the vendor hit.

 

Maybe someone's trying to control the market created a bubble? Starlight RoseStarlight Rose has dropped to 50g on my server (literally I had a guy selling 1074 pc/55K), prices are still declining. Which specific herbs do you mean? Checking Winterhoof, I can see all herbs only declining in price.

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1 hour ago, Stan said:

Maybe someone's trying to control the market created a bubble? Starlight RoseStarlight Rose has dropped to 50g on my server (literally I had a guy selling 1074 pc/55K), prices are still declining. Which specific herbs do you mean? Checking Winterhoof, I can see all herbs only declining in price.

They do seem to be starting to decline. Hope this is the case because making them potions for the quests we're way spending lol

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4 hours ago, Papabard said:

They do seem to be starting to decline. Hope this is the case because making them potions for the quests we're way spending lol

Being a Herb/Alch character was awesome when EN launched. Gold raining down!

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