The beginner’s guide to AH speculation for gold in WoW Classic
So you are looking at WoW Classic and want to get back in there to play the old school World of
Warcraft experience you remember fondly , but it’s been thirteen years since patch 1.12 and you
may be a bit rusty on all the thing you have to pay for.How to pay for all the ranks of your various
abilities, the weapons you can use — that’s right , if your Priest wants to equip that sweet dagger,
you’re going to have to pay a trainer in one of the three capital cities for your faction to do it—and
it all takes cold hard coin.
If you want to make gold to pay for all this stuff , plus save up for that level 40 mount ,which has a
price tag 80 g before your faction discount and that far off level 60 Epic mount for 900g  — and go
ahead, the fainting couch is right here—then there are some rules to live by. Oh, and keep in mind
your mount training is separate — as of right now on the Beta,it’s 20g just to train the Basic Riding
skill, with Journeyman Riding — Epic mounts — not yet determinable by me since my character is
only level 18 and can’t see past Basic.

The Auction House is for selling
You're going to be tempted to do stuff like buy gear on the Auction House.Do not do this.It is a trap
and it will only serve to benefit other player,not you.If you can possibly do without spending money
on crafting material ,cooking ingredients or gear then do everything in your power to spend nothing
on the AH . When you go to the Auction House , it should be with bags bulging full of materials and
drops for other players to buy from you. Those Barbaric Cloth Robes ? Don’t equip them, no matter
how fetching they look — you will outgrow them in a few levels and Transmog is a fever dream four
expansions in the future likely never to taint WoW Classic.
Sell everything. Even with the cut the AH takes, you’ll likely make more money unloading your Light
Leather and Copper Ore on the AH than vendoring it, and random world greens (and the occasional
blue) will almost certainly benefit your pocketbook more than wearing them for a few levels and then
vendoring them will. If you can, hold on to all Bind on Equip items for your next trip to the AH.There’s
no shame in returning to a bank  and  depositing all of your intended auction gear , or even rolling up
that Dwarf or Oc alt and running her to the Auction House to serve forever as your Auction mule.Mail
everything to her, and auction at your leisure.
Just remember to invest in some bags for her, because if you leave stuff in the mail too long it will ofc
bounce back.That’s always a hassle,and if you forget to get it out of the mail once it bounces? It’ll just
poof away and you’re out that money.
Do not fear the vendor trash
One of the reasons your bags will end up so full and one of the reasons I also  recommend you make
that Auction Mule alt a tailor — is vendor trash.You’ll want to hold on to at least some cloth and funnel
it to a tailoring alt — or your main if they’re a tailor — because bags are expensive , hard to get a hold
of and crucial for making as much money as possible . The more bag  space you have , the more stuff
you can vendor, and vendoring grey and white items is both reasonable amounts of gold. It’s less than
the Auction House, but it can be a steady stream that can pay for thing like weapon and ability training
if you’re careful and lucky.
Also, a lot of times you will get a quest reward that is —  at best  — a marginal upgrade or not even an
upgrade at all. Instead of cursing your fate , vendor that bad boy. That’s extra silver in your pocket, and
you’re going to need it.Do quests even if they don’t have any upgrades for you.As you level up the gold
from vendored quest rewards will climb up from a few silver to an actual gold, maybe even two!
The reason you want a  tailoring alt and tailoring as a profession is, so you can craft your own bags with
materials that drop from the mobs you’re fighting as you level . This also means  you can put more bags
in the bank as you go,making it easier for your AuctionMule to make big trip or  be more efficient without
huge cash outlay. If you’re mailing mats to your alt anyway, they make a very efficient crafter.
How to handle crafting
Crafting is simultaneously expensive in terms of opportunity cost—it costs you materials and time,which
is material you are not selling on the AH and time you’re not using leveling up or gathering things to sell
and really lucrative. This is if you successfully target the most in-demand items.
If you have a tailor making bags for you , they can also  make bags for  everyone else , and the  Auction
House is a good place to sell these bags . If there’s a particularly hard to find item that is in demand and
you can supply that demand  —  let’s say the Green Iron mail set  — the the Auction  House can take on
new life for you.It comes down to spending as little money as possible on items while selling them for the
most,which means being patient and not just trying to dump every item you craft on the AH.Easy leveling
stuff is likely  not going to sell for enough for it to be worth  your time compared to just offloading material
so be smart.
Be careful on training
If you are planning to level as   Protection Warrior or a Hunter always staying way out of melee you don’t
necessarily have to train Polearms at level 20 . You can wait until you either actually get a Polearm that’s
a huge upgrade,or just plain never train any 2h weapons if you’re not planning on using them. Similarly,if
you’re leveling as  Feral Druid,and you can save a little money by not training Wrath for a couple of levels
until you’re flush, consider it.
This is always a bit of a gamble— it can turn out you’re being too conservative and you really needed that
ability you tried to save money by not training—but at the same time,my Arm Warrior hasn’t trained Shield
Block or Mocking Blow yet because he doesn’t even have a shield.If you’re absolutely not going to use an
ability or weapon type, why spend the gold on it? You have expenses.
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Do quests
Seriously,do as many quests as you can stand.Not only will they have quest rewards you can vendor,they
usually reward some money as well . It can all add up .You will find yourself broke after a round of training
head out into a zone to knock out some quests,and then find yourself flush again after you turn them all in
It’s not enough to make you rich by itself , but considering you’ll be doing all the other stuff listed above it’s
a nice supplement. Between questing and vendoring you should be able to support the training you’ll need
without dipping into your gold reserve and can get a mount within a few levels of level 40 ,if you’re lucky or
get some in-demand items for the Auction House.
That’s the basics for making gold in WoW Classic.Remember to pay attention to gathering professions — a
Mining / Skinning main feeding materials to a couple of Auction Mules/Crafting alts can work out well , since
there is  no real need for them to go out and adventure to advance their crafting skills beyond bare level req
uirements to learn skills.
And of course, if you have any tips for strategies I may have forgotten, the comments await you.

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