30 days to a token: Week 3 Update

I’m halfway to the end in terms of days now! I still got a ways to go, but my inventory value is coming along.

The Rules

  • 1 character, which is a completely fresh level 120
  • No brutosaur
  • 1 realm obviously
  • I start with 10 711 gold (This is what I got leveling from 110-120 while vendoring every single drop.)
  • I start with level 1 professions
  • I start with the materials I got from leveling 110-120


  • Played time: 1 day 3 Hours 15 Minutes
  • Liquid Gold: 33 588 Gold
  • Ah Value: 70 117 Gold
  • Total gold Acquired: 182 949 gold
  • Gold from auctions: 149 969 gold

What did I do?

This week I did a lot more crafting. I have several rank 3 enchanting recipes, including rank 3 Quick Navigation and I have sold a lot of enchants alongside a lot of SInister combatant gear.

I have mostly been crafting sinister combatant gear and enchants alongside doing as many emissaries as I can. I have also started doing a bit of farming, but just for raw gold. I’ve been doing some of the old Cataclysm raids just to vendor all the drops and get some gold.

I still don’t have the Embroidered Deep Sea Bag recipe, which I was really hoping for, so I have stuck with just crafting the sinister combatant gear for tailoring. I’ve also tried to be a bit more active in terms of flipping materials as my crafted markets can be hard to maintain. My total liquid gold has started increasing, but I will have to keep up the effort this week as I do not have much time left.


As we can see I’ve sold a lot of Sinister combatant pieces this week, as well as a large number of ring enchants, particularly the haste one. I have sold 12 Sinister combatant pieces compared with 4 last week, so that market is looking solid. Volume for the enchants has fallen as my AH as run out of gloom dust, so right now I am just shuffling cloth into dust for the gold.

My resale summary is looking a bit larger this week with some more volume on a lot of materials. The gloom dust is not actually a result of flipping, but just the fact that the price has recently gone up a lot, so the dust I bought before that change will show up in the buy column.


My inventory value has stayed at pretty much the exact same level as last week. This is actually an increase as you can see I have ditched a lot of the random white items with heavily inflated prices from my inventory.

All of my enchants are selling fairly consistently, which is great.

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