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While the Elemental Lariat recipe easily sells for millions, someone accidentally put it up on the Auction House for just 75 gold.

UPDATE: We have another player who bought the design for even less, 50 gold!

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What's Elemental Lariat Elemental Lariat?

Elemental Lariat is the Best-in-Slot necklace of Dragonflight Season 1. The recipe is extremely rare because it has a very low chance to drop from Elites in active Primal Storms. It comes with a unique proc and up to 3 sockets, which makes it Best-in-Slot for all classes in Season 1.

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Elemental Lariat Example

Design: Elemental Lariat Design: Elemental Lariat's median price in the US region is approximately 1 million gold, but if you'd like to buy it immediately on servers like Illidan-US, you'd have to dish out 4.76 million.

However, this wasn't the case with Key_Reputation1594, who bought it just for 75 gold from somebody who put it up by accident at that price.

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If this happened to you, would you return the design to the seller or keep it? Let us know in the comments!

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2 hours ago, Stan said:

 

 

Design: Elemental LariatDesign: Elemental Lariat's median price in the US region is approximately 1 million gold, but if you'd like to buy it immediately on servers like Illidan-US, you'd have to dish out 4.76 million.

However, this wasn't the case with Key_Reputation1594, who bought it just for 75 gold from somebody who put it up by accident at that price.

 

I guess that whole "The Auction House is now Global" stuff was just Fiction.

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2 hours ago, volkfire said:

I guess that whole "The Auction House is now Global" stuff was just Fiction.

It's for consumables...like herbs/ore...only. Not armour, weapons, recipes.

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13 hours ago, Calysia said:

It's for consumables...like herbs/ore...only. Not armour, weapons, recipes.

Only items that are server specific are Armor/Weapons themselves.. everything including patterns are global

 

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1 hour ago, Krimzin said:

Only items that are server specific are Armor/Weapons themselves.. everything including patterns are global

 

Then why do different servers all have different prices for the lariat?

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In terms of perceived value over AH selling price, I never list anything based on market anymore as it is too volatile these days with a large number of newer people using the AH. My goal is to make ~20% over vendor minimum.

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15 hours ago, Bradrius said:

3 Million gold on Rexxar-US and the commissions are only like 500g. No thanks. 

This. The absolute clownfest when it comes to crafting orders makes this purchase beyond stupid. I see crafting orders piling up on several servers regulary with commissions between 500 and 1000g, this is nothing but trying to rip off idiots.

If you want it for yourself or guild, its ok. But dont expect to get the several millions back with crafting orders unless you craft thousands of lariats.

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got mine for less then 1 mio on one of the top 10 europe realms. 2nd lowest was 1,2 mio next day 2,4 mio. get flamed by other crafter but its fun to offer provision of choice to customers, they really appreciate it and also sometimes send post with a thank you and some gold as an extra or inv me into a party after it procct max ilvl and give me some gold as a bonus. got the money i spent back in less then a day

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