Gold Capped: Cashing in on the Molten Front

Every week, WoW Insider brings you [hide]Gold Capped[/hide], in which [hide]Fox Van Allen[/hide] and Basil «[hide]Euripides[/hide]» Berntsen aim to show you how to make money on the auction house. Feed Fox’s ego by [hide]emailing him[/hide] or tweeting him at [hide]@foxvanallen[/hide].

If you’ll allow me a moment to editorialize, I’m pretty damn sick of the Molten Front. This new questing area for level 85s, released with patch 4.2, is the grind-iest damn place I ever had the misfortune to grind lately.

Basically, how it works is this: First, you clear a solid chunk of the regular Mount Hyjal quests that have been available since Cataclysm’s launch. This opens up a small new quest hub, the Sanctuary of Malorne, with a couple of non-repeatable quests and a few dailies. Grind those dailies long enough, and you’ll get access to a new daily quest hub inside the Firelands. Grind those dailies (and the old ones), and in another week or so, you’ll gain access to another set of dailies. Keep grinding, and … yes, you guessed it, another set of dailies becomes available.

Eventually, after about 40 consecutive days of grinding dailies in the Molten Front, you’ll gain access to your choice of three vendors: one with tailoring and leatherworking patterns, and one with blacksmithing plans and engineering schematics. The stuff you can make from the patterns, plans, and schematic are neat — 36-slot profession bags and some epic i365 gear.

There’s an awful lot of grind-y garbage keeping most players from these rewards. But for those of us who play the auction house, that’s a good thing — players are always willing to pay a premium to avoid a long, boring grind.[hide]Continue reading Gold Capped: Cashing in on the Molten Front[/hide]Filed under: [hide]Economy[/hide][hide]Gold Capped: Cashing in on the Molten Front[/hide] originally appeared on [hide]WoW Insider[/hide] on Mon, 25 Jul 2011 15:00:00 EST. Please see our [hide]terms for use of feeds[/hide].[hide]Permalink[/hide] | [hide]Email this[/hide] | [hide]Comments[/hide]

Every week, WoW Insider brings you [hide]Gold Capped[/hide], in which [hide]Fox Van Allen[/hide] and Basil «[hide]Euripides[/hide]» Berntsen aim to show you how to make money on the auction house. Feed Fox’s ego by [hide]emailing him[/hide] or tweeting him at [hide]@foxvanallen[/hide].

If you’ll allow me a moment to editorialize, I’m pretty damn sick of the Molten Front. This new questing area for level 85s, released with patch 4.2, is the grind-iest damn place I ever had the misfortune to grind lately.

Basically, how it works is this: First, you clear a solid chunk of the regular Mount Hyjal quests that have been available since Cataclysm’s launch. This opens up a small new quest hub, the Sanctuary of Malorne, with a couple of non-repeatable quests and a few dailies. Grind those dailies long enough, and you’ll get access to a new daily quest hub inside the Firelands. Grind those dailies (and the old ones), and in another week or so, you’ll gain access to another set of dailies. Keep grinding, and … yes, you guessed it, another set of dailies becomes available.

Eventually, after about 40 consecutive days of grinding dailies in the Molten Front, you’ll gain access to your choice of three vendors: one with tailoring and leatherworking patterns, and one with blacksmithing plans and engineering schematics. The stuff you can make from the patterns, plans, and schematic are neat — 36-slot profession bags and some epic i365 gear.

There’s an awful lot of grind-y garbage keeping most players from these rewards. But for those of us who play the auction house, that’s a good thing — players are always willing to pay a premium to avoid a long, boring grind.[hide]Continue reading Gold Capped: Cashing in on the Molten Front[/hide]Filed under: [hide]Economy[/hide][hide]Gold Capped: Cashing in on the Molten Front[/hide] originally appeared on [hide]WoW Insider[/hide] on Mon, 25 Jul 2011 15:00:00 EST. Please see our [hide]terms for use of feeds[/hide].[hide]Permalink[/hide] | [hide]Email this[/hide] | [hide]Comments[/hide]

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