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Right after 4.0.1 I started to write a “guide”, or maybe more a summon up of the changes to resto shaman in the newest patch. However, I never finished and sort of forgot about it, but I thought I’d post it anyway, better late than never.  Other classes have had many more changes to them than shamans, but there are still some changes worth mentioning, and they will probably be more or less what counts in Cataclysm also.

Talent tree

I have been playing around with the talent tree for a few days now, testing out talents and spells. Wanted to summon up a few things for the resto shaman. Note that lots of the stats and spells are meant for level 85, so at the moment nothing is optimal.

Is now at 31 points at level cap (85).

My choice so far, but absolutely not the only way to go:

Resto spec 4.0.1

Stats

Good bye, mp5, welcome spirit– all the lovely mp5 that used to be on your gear is now converted into spirit.

My mana pool is huge! The spellpower on your gear is gone (apart from the caster weapons) and has been converted into intellect. 1 int will give you 18 mana.

New passive Meditation A stat that all healers will have in common. Currently, Spirit increases your mana regeneration both in combat and out of combat, but mp5 is much more efficient for the in combat regeneration. This is because mana regeneration from spirit is drastically reduced in combat. With this spell, a resto shammy will gain precisely half of the combat regen while in combat.

And where did the crit go? With the change in talent tree (no more Thundering Strikes and Tidal Mastery), resto shammies will see their crit % been decreased. New talent Acuity will make up for some of this, with up to 3% more crit on all spells. Since I am still on 25 % crit, I have chosen to wait putting points here til I gain more talent point, but it’s definitely a good place to set your points if you need more crit.

Glyphs

Prime glyphs:

Earthliving Weapon – Increases the effectiveness of your Earthliving weapon’s periodic healing by 20%. (Old: Increases the chance for your Earthliving weapon to trigger by 5%.)

Earth Shield – Increases the healing of your Earth Shield by 20%

Riptide – Increases the duration of your Riptide by 40%.Water Shield – Increases the passive mana regeneration of your Water Shield by 50% (Old: 30% increase)

Water Shield – Increases the passive mana regeneration of your Water Shield by 50% (Old: 30% increase)

Major glyphs:

Chain Heal – Increases healing done by your Chain Heal spell to targets beyond the first by 15%, but decreases the amount received by the initial target by 10%. (Old: Your Chain Heal heals 1 additional target.)

Ghost Wolf – Your Ghost Wolf form grants an additional 10% movement speed.

Healing Stream Totem – Your Healing Stream Totem also increases the Fire, Frost, and Nature resistance of party and raid members within 30 yards by 150. (Old: Your Healing Stream Totem heals for an additional 20%.) Will NOT stack with Blessing of Kings / Mark of the Wild.

Healing Wave – Your Healing Wave also heals you for 20% of the healing effect when you heal someone else.

Minor glyphs:

Water Walking – Your Water Walking spell no longer requires a reagent.

Water Breathing – Your Water Breathing spell no longer requires a reagent.

Renewed Life – Your Reincarnation spell no longer requires a reagent.

Astral Recall – Cooldown of your Astral Recall spell reduced by 7.5 minutes.

Arctic Wolf – Alters the appearance of your Ghost Wolf transformation, causing it to resemble an arctic wolf. Cause blue wolves have more fun.

Healing in general

We got some, we lost some, but the resto shaman is not totally revamped. Changes worth mentioning:

Lesser Healing Wave (LHW) is gone *sniff*. The new Healing Surge (HS) is the “new” LHW, however, it will eat your mana quickly, so don’t rely on using only this.

Healing Wave (HW), way less mana consuming than HS, I use it a lot.

Greater Healing Wave (GHW), gives big heals but also takes a long time to cast, so far mostly used it while healing boss fights like Valithira.

Chainheal (CH) affects 4 targets by default. Then you can glyph it so that it increases the healing done by your CH spell to targets beyond the first by 15%, but decreases the amount received by the initial target by 10%. (Old: Your CH heals 1 additional target.)

Riptide now scales with haste and crit.

Cleanse spirit used to remove poison, disease and (for resto shaman with the talent) curse. Now it removes magic and curse and you can choose a talent to throw in a little heal at the same time.

Tidal Force is gone.

Improved reincarnation from talent tree is gone.

♣ CH is not that powerful as it used to be, but again, we are not level 85 yet. What I do believe, after reading and playing a bit in beta, is that the resto shaman will be better at using more spells. Before we pretty much only used this with LHW, then riptide was added. With the 2 set t10 bonus, riptide is a must since it reduces cast time on your next healing spell. Also, I think HW will be used more, not to mention the new spells that will come with higher level, I think it’s safe to say that a resto  shaman will no longer be all about chain heals.

♣ The ghost wolf form can now be used indoors, and I would recommend moving down enhancement talent tree to make this cast an instant spell at level 85. With the glyph for increased speed while in wolf, it will be a great way to escape fire / aoe / other stuff you are not supposed to stand in while in a raid, and it also means you can have an other enchant that the +speed increase on boots. If you think the ghost wolf form looks dull, go arctic!

♣ When it comes to gear, it will from now wont be worth wearing cloth or leather items, even though they have the stats you want. With Armor Specialization it will be mail gear you’ll want.

Totems

Sentry totem is gone. I think I used it once, in a silly attempt to defend goldmine in Arathi Basin.

Cleansing totem GONE. I miss it so much! 😦 Rip!

Mana tide is, imo nerfed. It now increases spirit by 300 for 12 seconds with a 3 min CD. Tp party members, rest of raid members will not benefit.  Fair enough, but doesn’t feel as great as old, lovely mana tide.

Mana spring totem gives mp5, but no more “oooh mine is improved and yours is not, so I’ll use mine, wait, mine is better than Blessing of Wisdom” blah blah blah, mana spring is now same for all resto shamans. Also, no need to constantly, all the time, non-stop keep bugging the paladin for BoW, since this is part of the Might buff.

Healing totem can be glyphed to also increase resistance for raid members.

Totem of the tranquil mind is new and causing party or raid members within 30 yards to lose 30% less casting or channeling time when damaged.

Gems

Some changes in stat colours, this site is updated for cross references if you are not sure what all the gems are called.

Spellpower gems are now intellect ones, but went from yellow to red.

Your mp5 gems have been turned into spirit. Still a blue stat.

The gems I use for red, blue and yellow slots are:

Quick King’s Amber (20 haste)

Reckless Ametrine (10 haste, 10 int)

Energized Eye of Zul (10 haste, 10 spirit)

Metagem: Insightful Earthsiege Diamond or Ember Skyflare Diamond

I don’t really care to keep socket bonuses other than the metagem, but my gear is mostly 277/264, and I feel I benefit more from haste than more spell power. However, for lower level gear, it’s a good idea to socket so you get the bonuses (usually +sp). The haste (soft) cap for resto shaman is still supposed to be around 1260, or 38 %.

Relics / totems have lost their special effect, which I think is a bit sad, it was like having an extra trinket. Now it is all about stats, and also got a socket. So the totem you used before is not necessarily the one you want to use now.

Mastery and Reforging

The resto shaman’s Mastery is Deep Healing, which is described like this:

Increases the potency of your direct healing spells by up to 20%, based on the current health level of your target (lower health targets are healed for more).  Each point of Mastery increases direct heals by up to an additional 2.5%.

There is no gear with +mastery on yet, but you can reforge other stats into it. I personally only have 8 mastery atm, and I’m not going to reforge any of my other stats before Cataclysm.  Since boss damage, player stamina, and player healing are all (roughly) where they were before the patch, our Deep Healing isn’t very helpful. Yet! This makes mastery our least valuable stat, and it makes our healing model very similar to what it was before the patch. With new content, abilities and ways of playing I am sure I will, but for now I think the benefits will be minimal.

From interesting shaman article on Wowhead:

Mastery is an important stat, but like spirit, you shouldn’t focus on it solely. Deep Healing is very useful, but the game developers have even said that they will not be designing healing encounters around this ability. Most of the gear that we’ll get through dungeons, questing and various reputation rewards will provide us with more than enough mastery rating. With a lot of our passive crit rating going away with Cataclysm, reforging that into mastery really will not be worth it.

However, just a tip, if you just reached 80 and have some pvp gear in lack of better pve ones, you could reforge some of the crit into better stats, like haste.  Unfortunately you can’t refore recilience. That would be great, though!

Enchants

Pretty much same old, same old, but someone I know who is not yet level 80 asked me if I could make a list over resto shaman enchants. Of course I can:

Head enchant: Arcanum of Burning Mysteries or Arcanum of Blissful Mending

Shoulders: Greater Inscription of the Storm or Greater Inscription of the Crag. If you are an inscriptor, use Master’s Inscription of the Storm.

Cloak: Greater Speed . If tailor: Lightweave Embroidery. If engineer: Springy Arachnoweave

Chest: Powerful Stats

Wrist: Exceptional Intellect or Superior Spellpower. If leatherworker Fur Lining – Spell Power

Gloves: Exceptional Spellpower. If engineer, Hyperspeed Accelerators.

Legs: [Sapphire Spellthread] or Brilliant Spellthread. If tailor, Master’s Spellthread

Feet: Tuskarr’s Vitality

Rings (if enchanter) Greater Spellpower

Weapon: Mighty Spellpower

Shield: Greater Intellect

Wowhead’s new button

Posted: October 20, 2010 in News, Tips
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I prefer to play around with talents in Wowhead’s talent calculator rather than in game itself. Since I’m not alone on this, Wowhead added a “use in game” button on their calcualtors, meaning you can set your talents and import them straight into game. Very handy, since you can also import specs from Armory into Wowhead. I have spent lots of time reading up on shaman, but since I wasnted to do Horseless Headman on hunter and didn’t have time to dive into the world of theorycrafting, I just copied my mentor Stein’s spec. Very simple!

Just create your build and click “use in-game button”. Copy link. Once back in WoW, open a chat window and paste it. Your talents will now set themselves. Remeber this will not work if you already have learned your talents, only on an empty talent tree.


I promised my friend, Tribeca, to write a little guide on how to make gold in World of Warcraft. Personally I live to farm ’cause it’s the part of WoW I like the most. So far I’ve spendt about 300k gold on my main character from running gdkp runs (gold runs where you raid and bid on items that drops). I’ve also spendt about 150k gold on my main alt. I have about 90k gold on me at the moment and I’ve never bought gold from gold sellers because I hate them immensely.

The key to making gold in WoW is choosing the right professions or having a lot of alts so that you cover all professions (like me).

But if you only have one character you still can make a lot of gold. The main skill you should have is mining in my opinion. Northrend mats does not sell all that well but Old school mats go for nice prices. If you consentrate your mining in Outland you can make a lot on selling ore and bars. I’ve made a lot of gold on selling khorium bars (as they are used in mounts and quests) and fel steel bars. But fel iron and adamantite sells at good prices as well. You get more gold back from your time spendt farming in Outland than you ever will in northrend (well, maybe after Cataclysm that will change). Motes of fire sells at like 5-10g a piece and you get loads of those from farming fel iron. On my server one Khorium bar sells for 50-80g a piece… and if you’re lucky you can sell stacks of fel iron ore and adamantite ore at 60-80g pr stack. Another cool thing about mining is that Un’goro is filled with thorium and you can pretty much fill up a 32 slot mining back with stacks of it withing 1-2 hours of farming.

Tom ♥

If you are a jewelcrafter together with your mining skill you can do like 2 hours of farming ores that you sell on AH then 2 hours of farming ore that you melt and put on AH and then 2 hours of farming ore you prospect and put on AH. Then you have really covered your bases. You see the new trend in WoW the last 6 months has been that players have dropped their gathering skills and only have crafting skills and therefore have to buy the mats from AH. I have made close to a million gold this last year just from selling mats on AH. These days I even make 10k a week from 4-6 hours farming pr week (as I’ve mostly played Starcraft after it came out). A hot tip for you jewel crafters is farm adamantite, prospect it and sell mercurial adamantite at 60g a piece or sell 4 adamantite powder at the same price. It sells very well. Also prospecting Classic and TBC mats earns you shitloads of gold from AH. Don’t waste your time in Northrend (would be my tip to any profession).

If you are a blacksmither you should really have all enchanting rods on AH every day as I make about 5k a week just on selling those. The other things you should make as a blacksmith is eternal beltbuckles and the melee pvp gear (lvl 78) as it sell very well, on my server each peace of the pvp set goes for 80-100g a piece.

If you are a engineer you can make money as well. My main income on my engineer is the pets which sells for about 120-250g each and the Khorium powercores that sells for 350g each. Sometimes I also sell adamantite frames for 60g a piece but the power cores is my most steady income. If my engineer was one of my raiding chars I’d probably make a lot on selling arrows (from ICC) as well.

If you are a skinner you make most of your gold on selling rugged leather and knothide leather. If you farm in ZG you can really get a lot of rugged (it’s my favorite farming spot for my skinner). I didn’t really think leather sold until I started putting it up 3 months back and now my skinner is one of my richest characters. Rugged leather can go for up to 100g stack if you’re lucky. Knothide the same… Even the lower types of leather has a great earning potential these days.

If you really want to make gold you should stear clear of professions like Inscription as glyphs barely sells (I put up 300 glyphs a few weeks back and I sold 4).

Another way to make money is to grind instances. Deadmines is one of my favorites as 1 run can earn you like 500g. Selling the pets you get from there, the defias set and wool. Guess you have an advantage if you’ve got an engineer as you can use mailbox and a greater plus on top of that having the argent gruntling from tournament giving you yet another mailbox.

Anyway… These are my favorite ways of making gold and I’ve made a lot from it. You can take it a step further and try owning the market on AH by buying up a lot and repricing it (a friend of mine makes like 50k a week just from buying and selling on AH).

Ahh… I forgot to mention enchanting. The enchanting patterns dropping in Molten core (healing power and spellpower, 29 sp and 30 sp, sells for 400g if you put scrolls on AH). Actually the 22 int and 22 spi also sells for 300g each on AH but you have to farm revered or exalted with Thorium brotherhood to get them.. that’s easy.

Gylne tider…

Posted: March 18, 2010 in Tips

Sånn rent gullmessig. Iallefall for meg. Ettersom flere og flere guilds gjør progress i ICC, øker stadig behovet for nye gems og enhchants.

I TBC var jeg tidlig ute med å skaffe meg epic flapp-flapp, og fikk mange spørsmål om hvordan jeg hadde klart å farme de 6000 eller hva det nå var. Jeg raidet ikke på denne tiden, så jeg hadde masse tid til å skinne beasts og selge matsene. Men kjedelig var det jo. Nå er det ikke lenger noe stort å ha en epic flying mount, men 5000 gull er fortsatt noe som merkes på lommeboka.

Jeg har litt ulike metoder for å farme gull, men de fleste krever minimalt med tid og innsats. Det jeg tjener absolutt mest på er epic gems. Fok ser ut til å gumle disse til frokost, forespørselen tar liksom aldri stopp. Jeg har professions for å utnytte dette maksimalt, men det skal jeg skrive litt mer om neste gang. I dag handler det om Wintergrasp, noe jeg oppdaget sånn ca 100 år etter alle andre. Jeg har alltid hatt innstillingen om at pvp ikke er noe for meg, siden jeg stort sett ligger død på bakken med en ond rogue dansende over liket mitt. Derfor himlet jeg med øynene og tenkte “so what” når noen annonserte at det bare var 5 minutter til Wintergrasp.

Nå er jeg en av dem selv. Med innebygd addon som hver andre time minner meg om at det er på tide å slutte med det jeg holder på med og oppsøke WG battlemaster. Hva hendte? Vel, jeg fant ut at honor = penger. Det finnes weekly quests i Wintergrasp, 5 stykker for å være nøyaktig. Hver av disse gir deg en klekkelig sum honor, gull samt Stone Keepers Shards. Istedetfor å bruke opp alle på en mammut som bumper og ikke kommer gjennom døra, kan disse veklses inn i honor.

2000 honor for 30 shards. Honor kan igjen veksles inn i epig gems hos quartermasteren i Stormwind (sorry hordies, jeg aner ikke hvor man går på den mørke siden). Det koster 10 000 for én epic gem i valgfri fagre. Denne bør helst kuttes av en jewelcrafter slik at den blir en gem med stats. Flere av disse kan selges for over 200 gull (iallefall på min server). Selv selger jeg fra 5 – 10 hver dag. Det blir penger av slikt.

I det siste har jeg fått så sansen for Wintergrasp at jeg har begynt å samle meg opp pvp gear for honoren, men dersom man ikke vil dette, er det mye penger å tjene i Wintergrasp. Moro er det også, bare man kommer inn i det 🙂

Dont try this at home!

Posted: February 22, 2010 in Tips

Oh the ironi

“LFM VoA 10, link achievement”. Har du hørt dette eller noe lignende før? Det har iallefall jeg. Nesten alt som pugges må man linke sitt achvievement til, sånn at  alle vet at du har gjort det før og kan taktikkene. Men hva om du vet nøyaktig hva du skal gjøre, men har ikke achievementet fordi du kanskje er på en alt? Eller at det en såpass lett encounter at det skulle ikke være nødvendig? Og uansett, alle må jo starte et sted, men hvordan skal man få være med noe dersom man ikke har gjort det før?

Vel, det finnes en vei utenom. Enkel og grei. Bare se under:

Og jeg (Liloo) har aldri vært i instancen engang. Samme link kan linkes i whispers eller raid. Det står at du har completed den, og dato for når du gjorde det. Fremgangsmåten er enkel og grei, bare følg denne linken. Nb! Dette er muligens brudd på Blizzars regler og kan lett bli avslørt, så det er muligens en dårlig ide å bruke dette hele tiden. Selv synes jeg det er mest morsomt å lure guildies som reagerer med “wtf! How did you manage that??”.

Om du vil kan du lage egne achievements også. Hva synes du om påkrevd achievementlinking? Bra eller dårlig?

Fargerik søndag

Posted: February 21, 2010 in Tips

Lilooooo

Tuddelu!
Jeg har 3 level 80 toons. Men bare en av dem får være med på moroa, egentlig. Min første level 80 er en hunter ved navn Liloo, og vi har vært igjennom mye sammen. Fullført hundrevis av quests, blitt kjent med mange mennesker,  opplevd to ekspansjoner… Så i det siste har jeg funnet ut at min hunter fortjener å komme ut litt mer, derfor har jeg begynt å gjøre en del pvp med henne. Særlig Wintergrasp, som er hver andre time. Det er utrolig moro, synes jeg, for det varer (som oftest) lengre enn en battleground. og de som vinner får muligheten til å gjør VoA, så det blir på en måte en premie, i motsetning til BGs der man bare joiner en ny etter å ha tapt eller vunnet en.

Det har blitt litt nytt gear også, og nytt gear trenger nye sockets. Før jeg fikk min egen jewelcrafter, forstod jeg ingenting av socketing og de ulike fargene. Man kan selvfølgelig putte inn hvilken som helst gem i en socket, men man vil jo helst oppfylle fargekravene så man får med seg litt ekstra stats gjennom socketbonusen.

Dette tok det litt tid før jeg forstod:

Så kommer neste steg, nemlig stats. Det finnes jo så utrolig mange! Og det finnes både uncommon (grønne), rare (blå) og epic (lilla) versjoner av alle. Vel, dersom man har funnet ut at man vil ha en gem med f eks spellpower, er heldigvis fellesbetegnelsen lik for alle versjonene; nemlig runedMen uansett har jeg en side jeg bruker ofte når jeg vil finne ut hva jeg behøver, en tabell med kryssreferanser som gir det navnet du vil søke på auction house etter. Kjempepraktisk! Bildet er litt lite, men klikk på der for større versjon. Jeg elsker denne og bruker den hver gang jeg får nytt gear 🙂

Happy Ni Hao!

Posted: February 15, 2010 in Tips

Hallo alle sammen!

Det er en grå og kjedelig mandag kveld, men samtidig føles det litt deilig med mandag. Det er iallefall et sikkert tegn på at tiden går videre.

Jeg er på jobb og benytter som dere forstår tiden fornuftig. Jeg har flyttet til ny leilighet, og internettet er hverken optimalt eller stabilt, så inntil jeg fåt nytt adsl blir det ikke mye raiding- man kan ikke gjøre bosser i ICC med 2000 latency og 10 d/c i timen. Vel, man kan, men det er ikke populært hos raidlederne.

Inntil Telenor kommer og befrir meg fra naboens trådløse internett blir det defor i mellomtiden litt småquesting og farming.

Og apropos farming, visste du at det i disse dager er kinesisk nyttår? Det startet i går (søndag) og er visstnok en big thing i Kina som feires i fire dager i strekk, med pekingduck, sake og annet snadder. Eller, jeg har faktisk ingen aning, men jeg lar fantasien flyte.

Uansett. Poenget er at de siste årene har de fleste serverne i WoW opplevd noe merkverdig nettopp disse dagene: prisene på auction house har generelt gått opp. Etterspørselen på mats og ferdige produkter har gått opp. Hvorfor? Fordi det er såpass mange profesjonelle goldfarmers som jobber fra Kina. Og når disse er ute og feirer at vi går over i apens år eller hva det nå er vi gjør, betyr det at det er færre goldfarmers som miner, herber, skinner, you name it. Dette kan selvfølgelig variere fra server til server, og jeg vil absolutt ikke garantere at det hender, men dersom du skal ut og farme og / eller har en del mats / produkter (flasks, gems, etc) liggende, så kan det være en god ide å legge ut disse for salg nettopp i disse dager. Når katten er borte danser  som sagt musene på bordet. Lykke til! 🙂

Kinesisk farmingteam (multiboxing?) klar til aksjon

Speak up!

Posted: January 26, 2010 in Tips


Hallo!

Mens jeg jobber med innlegg om gull, tenkte jeg at skulle poste et bilde av mine nye headphones. Med mikrofon, såklart. Mitt forrige headset var råstilig og bra, men dessverre med en mikrofon som ikke fungerte helt som planlagt. Jeg hørtes enten ut som en liten mus 2 kilometer unna, eller som en rasende bjørn i ferd med å sluke mikrofonen. Kjekt med en mellomting! Kjøpte de på min forrige arbeidsplass, nemlig her. Er veldig fornøyd, de klemmer ikke mot hodet og har bra lyd. Mikrofonen fungerer så bra at hele guilden lurte på hvem i alle dager som snakket første gang jeg sa hallo.

    Meg i aksjon

Apropos å snakke i mikrofoner, jeg har prøvd 3 ulike programmer i forbindelse med raids. WoWs egen Voice Chat, som er nei-nei-nei, det høres ut som personen du prøver å snakke med står innerst i en hule, nær en motorvei med en 1200 omdreningers vifte ved siden av hodet. Umulig! Teamspeak fungerer sånn midt på treet, helt ok, men ikke noe å hoppe i været for. En del skurr og støy, og den får stemmen min til å høres ut som Mummipappaen. Jeg holder meg heller til Ventrilo, klokkeklar lyd, brukervennlig og aldri no surr. Tror jeg har opplevd at det ikke har fungert kun én gang på fem år.

Hva slags program foretrekker du? Bruker du mye mikrofon i WoW, eller er du den som foretrekker å type?

Virtuell rikdom

Posted: January 25, 2010 in Tips

Jaa! I dag kom min vel etterlengtede Authenicator. Den har visst vært på en liten rundtur i verden. Ikke at det overrasker meg, for sånn går det med stort sett alt jeg bestiller på nett. Jeg er med i bokklubben, forresten. Og all posten derfra går først innom El Salvador før den kommer til meg. Adressen min er korrekt, bare at det er med El Salvador som poststed. Så får jeg den tilbake hit, med spanske merker på og alt. Og det står skrevet på spansk at mottagers adresse ikke kan finnes i El Salvador. Det er jo ikke så rart. Jeg har aldri vært der, lant mindre bodd der. Hvorfor jeg ikke har sagt fra? Det har jeg, mange ganger. Men Bokklubben liker fortsatt å sende brevene mine innom El Salvador.

Jeg bestilte noen franske bøker i julen. De tok turen innom Tyskland før de havnet her, men da havnet de på et annet postlager og ble sendt tilbake til Frankrike. Samme skjedde med elefantkalenderen jeg bestilte for noen år siden. Den havnet i Chicago. Heldigvis får jeg alltid bagasjen min på korrekt rullebånd når jeg er ute og reiser med fly! Det finnes alltid en positiv side.

Uansett. Den har kommet nå. Jeg behøver ikke lenger være redd for at hackerene skal snoke seg inn på kontoen min og spise opp alt gullet mitt. Jeg behøver med andre ord ikke lenger være redd for å skrive om hvor mye / lite gull jeg har. Sayonara, hackers!


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Har  som sagt fått en del spørsmål om det å farme gull i WoW. Og aller først vil jeg understreke dette: Jeg er ingen ekspert på området. Jeg er ikke blant de som kan skryte av hundrevis av tusen. Jeg tilbringer heller ikke mange tider på å farme gull, for det har jeg ikke tid til. Min hovedsysselsetting i WoW er først og fremst raiding, det er det jeg tilbringer absolutt mest tid på. Mine tips er bare mine personlige preferanser, det finnes mange andre som er mye lurere og mer effektive enn meg.

I den nærmeste tiden fremover vil det komme flere innlegg med forskjellige tips til hvordan man kan skaffe seg litt flere gylne pixler. Håper jeg kan være til noe hjelp!