Tag Archive: Enchanting

The Golden Crusade Shuffler Has Been Updated to V1.0.0–Release

The Golden Crusade Shuffler has been updated to V1.0.0. and has been brought out of the beta. Changes in this version include: Added support for the Ironpaw Shuffle Added Spirit of Harmony Optimizer Added support for Trillium Ore (both Black Trillium Ore and White Trillium Ore) Changed how the spreadsheet uses your enchanting materials – …

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Version 0.3.0 of The Golden Crusade Shuffler

Download the latest version of The Golden Crusade Shuffler After a hectic week I’ve managed to finally get The Golden Crusade Shuffler updated to V0.3.0 which includes the following changes Now accounts for and displays Auction House cut and profit margin Added and updated Enchanting support Can now calculate profits when making scrolls Converts to …

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Updates to The Golden Crusade Shuffler

As of writing the current version of The Golden Crusade Shuffler is V0.2.3 Since I released the shuffler Sunday I’ve made a series of changes, some of them bug fixes, some of them feature requests (and a good deal of bugs introduced when adding the new features). Since release the changes look like this: [Bug …

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Announcing The Golden Crusade Shuffler – A Shuffling Spreadsheet for Mists of Pandaria

As I promised in Is the Shuffle Profitable in Mists of Pandaria? (Spoilers: Yes It Is) I have put together a spreadsheet to help aid players making gold with the shuffle in Mists of Pandaria. You can find the download as well as detailed instructions, features, and revision history on the new page I made …

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Is the Shuffle Profitable Yet in Mists of Pandaria? (Spoilers: Yes It Is)

[notice]The Prospecting Rates page has been updated for all the Mists of Pandaria ore, including Ghost Iron Ore, Kyparite, and Black and White Trillium Ore[/notice] [notice]Want to know more about the Shuffle? Read What Exactly is the Shuffle?[/notice] I’ve read that many players are avoiding the shuffle right now claiming it is in profitable, but …

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Results for Prospecting, Milling, and Disenchanting in Mists of Pandaria

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Over the last several days I’ve spent an unfortunate amount of gold buying up ore and herbs and processing it just to gather some usable results for prospecting, milling, and disenchanting. I already stealth updated the Prospecting Rates page with yields from Ghost Iron Ore and Kyparite, and I have now also updated the Milling …

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What Do You Mean I Have Too Much Ink? (Also: More MoP Preperation)

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One of the few things I’ve been doing in preparation for Mists of Pandaria is building up a reserve of ink so I can continue to exploit today’s cheap herb prices well into the expansion, or so I hope at least. Currently I have 8633 Blackfallow Ink and 452 Ink of the Sea, and while …

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More Yield Results: Milling, Disenchanting, Perfect Cuts

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[notice]Prospecting and Milling Results from Live can now be found on their respective pages: Prospecting Rates Milling Results [/notice] I used up the last of my resources on the Beta to do some basic testing for Milling, Disenchanting, and Perfect Cuts. I only tested the jewellery from Jewelcrafting in my disenchanting table as I figured …

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Patch Week–Day 5 (Industrial Disease)

Day 5 and I’m starved of supplies, I’ve increased by buying price for Obsidium and Elementium Ore to 90g/stack, and I still can’t get enough. All I can say was I was completely not prepared for this patch. I partially blame it on the face that the new server I’m on has at least 4 …

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Patch Week–Day 4 (Also, Important Upcoming Dates)

Sales have really slowed down these last two days, but there are a few more important dates I hope will boost sales again: First Weekend of the Patch This weekend will be the first days many players will have to fully experience the new content. Such players will be subjecting themselves to as much patchy …

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