Tag Archive: Bank Alt

20 Days of Gold Making: Day 5 – Do you keep the same banker alt or do you change them up occasionally? Why?

Oh this is a good question. Yesterday when I introduced you to my bank alt I mentioned that the bling she was sporting was original, that set has been with my bankers from the very beginning. Now I’m on my third server since I started playing WoW. I originally started playing on US-Maelstrom because that’s …

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20 Days of Gold Making: Day 4 – Do you use a banker alt/guild? When did you start doing that & why?


Yes, I do have a bank alt and dedicated guild bank, in fact they’ve been featured somewhat frequently on my blog. For those who aren’t familiar, here’s my bank alt, Leigera, standing in front of an open guild vault. While some people advocate using multiple banking alts I keep all my transactions through the one …

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Material and Inventory Management


I brought up an interesting topic Friday that I breezed over that I would like to explore some more, the topic was Bulk Material Handling which I mentioned in Stockpiles, Backlogs, and Inventory, and I think it opens up to an interesting topic related to our exploits in World of Warcraft: Material and Inventory Management. …

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Stockpiles, Backlogs, and Inventory


It’s amazing how quickly materials can back up in your mailbox awaiting processing. Right now I’ve still got 7,000 elementium ore in my mailbox waiting to get prospected, and even as the ore sits stationary in my mailbox, I buy more off the auction house, which then gets poured into the mailbox on top of …

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Blizzard Announces Guild Faction and Server Transfers

Blizzard released today information about the upcoming Guild Services which will be demo’d on select realms “in the coming days and weeks”. The two most goblins will be interested will be the Guild Master Faction Change, and Guild Master Realm Transfer, which for $40 or $35 (respectively), and a $10 discount if you do both, …

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