GOLD MAKING IN CLASSIC WOW

GOLD MAKING IN CLASSIC WOW

Greetings, travelers! We continue to talk about different WoW: Classic aspects. Today we will talk about one of the essential elements of Vanilla WoW – Gold Making and how it might work in the upcoming Classic. In this article, we will go through the basics of gold farming, talk about different approaches and discover some tips and tricks to make your gold farming efficient.To get more news about buy WoW Classic Items, you can visit lootwowgold official website.

Classic WoW is all about efficiency, especially in the matter of money making. While in Battle for Azeroth and the previous expansions we got used to the gold as a fast moving currency that comes and goes easily, gold in WoW Classic actually matters. It is often earned through manual labor at a low rate, around 20 to 30 gold per hour at best. Looking at that rate, you will be spending a minimum of 30 hours of farming to reach a 900 gold milestone for an epic mount. Let alone learning all spells and abilities, riding training, buying consumables, repairs, etc. Buying a mount is one of the best things you can do for efficiency as it decreases your travel time. Many quite useful for gold making addons rely upon the game API, and knowing what sort of API functionality we will get from Classic is a quite important question. On the retail version of the game, players are long used to addons such as TradeSkillMaster, Auctionator, Auctioneer. Back in the days of Vanilla WoW, Auctioneer was actually the only auction house addon, and this raises questions in the community – should other add-ons even be present on Classic WoW, or would that work against the purpose of recreating the original game experience. There is no official position on this matter yet, so we’ll just have to wait and see how this plays out.

As many of you know the amount of bag space in Classic game is quite limited, and depending on your class, you may have to carry around some extra gear, arrows, and resistance gear, etc. Let alone having to carry various consumables, reagents and other stuff you need. Bags were much smaller than we used to have them nowadays, and every bag space counts. With no guild banks in play and much, much smaller storage space having a bank alt is going to be essential in WoW Classic.

Having bank alt was a common practice, players sent their stuff on them for a keeping or to sell on Auction House right away. For a bank alt pick a race/class combo that you would like to play sometime later. It takes around 1-2 hours for the mail to get from your main character to your alt, but if you don’t take the item on your alt, you can use the RETURN button to send the mail back to the main character instantly, without any delay. This along gives you additional repository for your items. Mail cap is 100, after which you can’t send mail to that character.

Another advantage of having a bank alt – learning crafting professions. For example, you take the gathering skills, such as Skinning and Mining on your main character and then you pick Leatherworking and Blacksmithing on your alt. We do not recommend to pick Mining and Herbalism at the same time for the simple reason – each of these gives a detection skill on the minimap, and switching between them might drive you crazy, or you will just miss nodes. It is better to handle one detection at a time, but if you think you can do both – nothing will stop you there. Since mailboxes are all over the place, you will be able to just send your gathered reagents to alt, freeing valuable bag space on main and having two crafting skills instead of one, all at once. The only disadvantage, in that case, is profession skill level – to get past 225 skill your character has to be at least level 35, which is why we suggest choosing a race/class wisely, so you may level up that character later on.

ALWAYS keep your alt character logged off in the Inn, as you gain rest XP at a faster rate there, the same tip goes for the main character. There is no cap on rested XP, so you can get multiple levels worth of Rested XP if your character stays logged off for a while, and that will come in handy once you decide to level your alt to advance in crafting professions.