Lol "unless there's WoW tokens" RIP economy if they're dumb enough to do that.
"Do you recall selling anything under value before you started thinking like a gold-maker?" I sold a lot of stuff "under value" on purpose, targetting snipers as potential customers, one big part was WOD salvage crates and greens from it, got so tired from having to repost hundreds and hundreds of greens every day I just dumped them for 2-3x the vendor price on the AH so transmog snipers can grab them. Whatever still wasn't sniped, got vendored. Transmog selling is really not my cup of tea unless I have some "fast sellers" (for example the fish weapon from islands).
These guides kinda ruin the Classic wow experience.
Tyr's Hand was the place to be to farm gold in Vanilla
"you're class choice"
Hmm. Some useful tips here for sure, but it's a shame that the only way to make any meaningful gold in BfA seems to rely on the ah (and having a high value profession like alchemy). I haven't had a problem maintaining a basic income just by playing regularly for the past several expansions, but that doesn't seem to be a valid option this time.
WoW tokens will not matter on classic because no one will have the gold to buy one on a classic server.
Is there an updated guide for TSM somewhere? I installed it and the desktop app, and it seems to post a new auction for every single item :(
For vanilla leatherworking, there's also Onyxia scale cloaks and other resist gear. I remember making gold off of those. Mostly from trade chat, not from the AH. There was a lot of "LF crafter" in chat back then. I think my engineer sold bullets, they weren't big ticket sales but when crafted bullets (or the arrows you trade them for) are the best or best value, there's a demand for them.