Ultima's guide to making 100g from levels 36 to 44
First off, this is HORDE only and is geared to the levels 36-44! I devised
this when I hit level 39, and realised "Damn I spent too much, I will never
afford the mount in time!". I only had 17 gold and I needed to get 90g for my
mount by level 40. It took me Level 39 to 5 bars into level 40 to get all the
money. I figured out various tactics to make the money, so here they are!
I racked in a good 8g from this. I simply went to the Badlands and went to the
camp at the north west and to the east there are level 37-40 rock elementals.
This is pure grinding folks, you simply kill them and keep the items they
drop. Vendor everything but the "Solid Stone", "Deeprock Salt" and the
"Elemental Earth" because at the AH you can make a much larger profit. This is
a real good place to grind.
2.Sticky Glue, Lots of Money
Now this is the money maker. I made 40g off this in 2 hours! There two ways to
go about this. One of the ways is to make a new character that is either Orc
or Troll (this is very important). Level him to 5-6 and head to Sen'Jin
village. Get the Sticky glue quest from the guy standing near the middle of
the village (He isn't in a hut). Once you get that quest, complete it and get
the glue. Now that you have the glue, DO NOT dispose of it. Keep it and sell
it at the AH. This is a godlike PVP items the level 60s buy. Each quest gives
a stack of 10. Stacks of 10 range from 5g to 10g depending on the time of day
or the server. But that's not it. Once you are there ask noobs to buy theirs
for 5s-10s. They never say no unless it's an alt of someone who knows its
worth a lot. Or do the quest with others and ask for their glue.
The second way to go about this is go with your character you need the money
with and head down to Sen'Jin village and /tell noobs you will buy it off them
for 20s. It is important that you /tell this or else some people will tell
them its worth a lot just to piss you off if you yell or general chat it. The
first way is easier to make the cash IMO but both work.
This is the king of money making. Get a level 60 friend to run the armory and
library over and over (Cathedral if you get 2 high levels) and keep the loot
and cash. A run with friends that give you all loot and the cash they earned
at end ranges from 7-11 gold. Another way is to just run it with a normal
group, the loot isn't as good but each FULL run of every part of the instance
gets you at least 3g (And a whole lot of exp!). The ultimate grind place for
cash is the graveyard in Scarlet Monastery. If you can get yourself past the
elite bad guys in the beginning, and into the graveyard proper, the Forsaken
Spirits drop from 1 to 8 silver, along with greys and the occasional green,
and they're Levels 30-32 non-elites. They come in packs of three, and a rogue
has little to no problems taking them down hard and fast.
STV is gank city, but it isn't as bad as people tell. Just head to the north
east and farm the Adventure Co. Geologists. They drop a lot of silk that can
be sent to the AH and drop quite a few greens this is great for money, but it
gets old fast, doing this for too long can drive you mad! Another good spot is
the murlocs, they always have chests all around and are easy to kill. They
have low def and don't hit hard so you can take a good 3-4 of em down without
resting! These guys always drop 1-3 silver which is pretty good if you ask me.
5.Professions, get em to use!
At this level the professions are awckward, they don't have anything THAT good
and it starts getting expensive. But each profession has at least one item at
this level (Your profession should be level 200-225 by now). For example you
can make a good profit with "Big Voodoo Robe" with leather working. I made 5g
off of those. It cost roughly 90s for the mats depending on the AH, and you
can sell it on AH from 1.5g to 3g depending what the others are priced at or
if there are others.
This is the obvious one! Just ask friends to lend you 3-5g, and pay them back
within the week... But I am sure you guys have already thought of this =/.
I like World of Warcraft because it lets you do many things in many different
ways. Making money is one of those things. You can easily make the 90g you
need with different techniques but this guide was to give you a push in the
right direction, this guide is even good if you are a warlock searching for
money at level 36-43! All in all I hope this was useful to some of you.
As a note, in STV:
Raptors, the raptors here are worth about 10s each from their drops - every
time. (the lvl 40 ones), the lower level ones are worth almost as much. If
your doing skinning get over to the raptors and kill them by the bucket load.
Get your cooking up to 175 as well, cooking their meat gets you an exta 3
silver per piece, cooking the eggs an extra few silver as well.
The bigger your bags the bigger your profit here - If your horde your even
luckier as grom'grol is pretty darn close and easy to get to. Taking in 12-14
slot bags you can fill them with raptor drops within about 1.5 hours, this
should net you upto 15g from the vendor depending on your kill rate. I've gone
above 30g/hour farming these at lvl 45 (and have gone back there with my 60
mage, 50g/hour+ if you have 16 slot bags.)
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