The Loot Council- November 1, 2009

The Loot Council is regular column highlighting interesting and informative posts from around the WoW finance blogosphere.

This Week’s Links:

Note that the above blogs are not listed in any particular order outside of the way the team brainstormed them. Please let us know if there are any sites that you feel we should feature and we will do so in a future edition of The Loot Council.

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5 responses to “The Loot Council- November 1, 2009

  1. I would also predict +armour will be more popular, and i200 crafted epics will drop in value even more.

  2. Hey thanks for the shout out to my blog. A real honor since I’ve been reading your site for quite a while now.

    Also made some good money selling flour and milk, expect that to continue today, and also for the Pilgrims Bounty coming up.

  3. Kurtosis

    Solo’ing ZG is very doable for any self-healing tank class. Pally, Blood DK, Warrior (I think). Not sure about druids since they generally have to pop out of bear to self heal, but not an expert on them.

    Have solo’d the whole place on my Blood DK w/ 3pc T9.1, 2pc T8, the rest ilvl 200-226 Conquest badge gear. The only boss that’s any trouble is Jin’do the Hexxer.

  4. Kurtosis

    Oh, and on the cat lord, Blood DK’s may need to switch back and forth b/t Heart Strike and Blood Strike so as not to accidentally kill one of them too soon w/ HS’s 2nd hit.

  5. Just wondering, have you guys ever estimated the GNP of an WoW server, or its cash velocity say per week? That’d be an interesting stat.

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