Gold Guides

Azeroth’s Farmer’s Almanac (Vendor Farming)

Vendor farming is a different type of farming. This type is is great for slow cash during fast times. It can be done a nearly any level and you don’t need a profession to complete it.

The Farmer’s Class Guide: The Short Version

Below is the Farmer's Class Guide. There's alot to it and I had to split it up into two sections. Sorry, no pics. If you are a mild OCD player, or a casual looking for more profit to get your flying rites, then this guide is for you. I may be a bit direct from time to time, but just take it with a grain of salt. I'm writing this as if I'm writing to myself.

The Farmer’s Class Guide: The Short Version (part 2)

When it comes to Death Knights, you are either for them or against them. Either which way, you will eventually pick one up and try out the class. The DK has a special 2 hour run start zone, in which at the end of it all you will be all geared up and with about 20 GP in pocket change. Once you are “free to roam about the country,” you will have a good idea whether you want to keep your DK or not.

Azeroth’s Farmer’s Almanac (Cloth and Silk Farming)

Bringing you yet another page of the Azeroth’s Farmer’s Almanac for you. This is for all you tailors out there trying to make the best out of your profession. I’ve included silk because I know how hard it is to find decent materials on the AH.

Azeroth’s Farmer’s Almanac (Fish Farming)

This is for all you true farmers out there that what to make the most of your gold farming profession. Today, I’m going to show you the best spots for Fishing for materials and secondary quest items.

Azeroth’s Farmer’s Almanac (Herb Farming)

Below is the herb guide. As a bonus, I’ve added a supplement for you inscribers out there to make it easier to find what you are looking for.

Azeroth’s Farmer’s Almanac (Leather Farming)

Leather farming is actually pretty big. So, I divided it up into two parts. The first being Leather and the second being Scales. There is an easter egg in every post. I wanted to make sure I did not neglect the leather workers out there. Especially, for one of the more profitable gathering professions.

Azeroth’s Farmer’s Almanac (Ore, Gem, & Stone Farming)

Here is another page of the Azeroth’s Farmer’s Almanac. This guide is for mining farmers and prospectors. I made a note for you re-salers out there, too. Mining is the core of the most lucrative AH business in Azeroth, so I hit it from all angles just for you.

Azeroth’s Farmer’s Almanac (Scale Farming)

Scale farming is a bit bigger of a selection than I thought it was going to be, so I made it separate from the leather farming. While I was researching the price averages, I noticed that they were few and far between. In fact, several items were not on sale at all! I checked again two days later; no change in frequency.

Azeroth’s Farmer’s Almanac – Daknit’s Gold Guide

This is a special tip newsletter for gold making using the auction house which contain a nice list of high to low demands of core items for you to find and sell.

The Mule Class Guide

A Mule is an Alt that sits by the bank/mailbox and receives packages from your Main to store and/or sell. He is the most under-appreciated and overworked of all your alts. He saves your playing time of the main character by doing the things you would normally do with your Main, like bartering on the AH. He is your inside man in town.