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    Vandit's Avatar Sergeant
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    Good profit with LW (Server economy)

    So I was looking around the AH today, and saw that Heavy Knothide Leather was selling for about 5g for each one. I sort of just noted that in my head for some reason, and later on I was skinning, and found some knothide leather, and realized I could make heavy knothide leather out of it. I went to the auction house, and saw that stacks of knothide leather were selling for about 4g for a stack of 20. This is an average profit of about 15g for each stack you buy and resell, nice little money maker, and people sell a ton of leather on my AH.

    Too summarize:

    1. Buy knothide leather.
    2. Turn it in to heavy knothide leather.
    3. Resell for profit!

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    Thanks, good plan.

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    hmm... This is imo kinda common sense.
    1. Buy mats.
    2. Craft wanted item.

    3. Sell.

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    Nice find, + rep!

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    well its common sense indeed but there arent that many easy craftable items that have such price differences on most servers.

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    Yeah, I guess it is common sense, but there are SO many things that you can do this with, and very few are profitable, this is just one of those profitable things.

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    Thats a great idea. Also, for those that need to get the pattern to craft heavy knothide leather, it can be boguht for 5g from the Leatherworker Supplier in Lower City (Next to the LW trainer). Good luck everybody!

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