Dungeon Dive: 100 Runs of Sunwell Plateau (91-100)

I sort of forgot that I never finished this series, so here’s the last 10 runs of Sunwell Plateau, finally! This run only gave a handful of desired items, one was a purple helmet, and a low value recipe. Keep in mind that I’m doing this on a high population server, so your gold values and experience may differ from mine. I’m using a level 61 speed geared druid, and a handful of addons like TSM, LootAppraiser, MonkeySpeed, Dejunk, and FasterLoot.

  • Total approx gold earned (runs 1-100): 1,197,120g
  • Actual amount of gold earned to date: 200,250g
  • Actual amount of GPH: 40,050g
  • Value of items still listed on the AH: 15,522g

You can also read through the rest of the series to see what I earned on each run, but all in all, I’m pretty happy with the results. It’s not the best GPH, but it was a nice way to spend a little time, and maybe RNG will favour you more than it did me.

Happy gold making!

Weekly Wrap Up [Feb25-Mar2]

It was a fairly productive week when it came to making gold – but I also ended up spending a fair amount on some recipes (I’m currently working on finishing off my profession recipes, more on that at a later date). My top sellers were back to recipes, a handful of pets, and a few transmog. I also re-stocked my crafted transmog, something I had been slacking on for a few weeks (life, what can I say).

Sales were lower than usual, but I also spent a lot of time restocking and doing general inventory management. I keep a record of sales each month, and where they happen. If a server doesn’t perform very well, I stop selling there and move on. I give the server 3 months so I can see a better average, and typically if the gains are not at least a million (each month), I’ll drop it from the list. There’s a few reasons I do this but it mostly comes down to time. I have other servers that perform very well, and the items I’m selling would be better suited to those servers or just waiting in the bank for restock day instead of me wasting the time it takes to post. I’m sure people have different methods of doing all of this, but that’s what works for me.

As always, happy gaming, no matter where you find yourself!