Paladance wrote:If world was a pure math, I'd sell seasonal pets halfway to the next event that was a source. For example, currently Coin of Many Faces sells for pretty 5-6k on my undercut realm.
Avalee wrote:Living fluids were only about 6k last expansion. Now they sell for over 30k. So it's to be expected that the same goes for the sharks.
Digem wrote:Living fluids never dropped as much as the Sharks do. The pets from the tanaan dailies or from erris have a good chance to raise in price but the skarks will take years to rise in price unless somehow thier move base becomes needed
Sarajiel wrote:However cross realm pet trading requires a bit of gold to get started and a decent amount of patience.
Sarajiel wrote:If you are looking for quick profits tailoring is probably much easier.
Paladance wrote:Sometimes still prices just can't be real.
A Ravasaur Hatchling (found in open world, lying on the ground) for 10-19k?
Even considering the inflation, someone was dreaming a bit too much.
Waflob wrote:The thing to bear in mind with any high-price auction is that just because someone wants to sell something for 10k gold doesn't mean that anyone is buying for that amount..
From my own experience of cross realm pet trading during the last 2-3 months it seems to work best grabbing cheap pets on a low pop server and re-selling them on a high pop one. I mainly play on Aman'Thul (EU) and Argent Dawn (EU) and 90% of my pet sales are on AD. The trick is finding popular pets that are somewhat limited on the supply side, but easy enough to get in general.
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