Last week when I re-started WoW, a token was about 36,000 gold. When Legion launched, I was making something around 20K per week with no concerted effort. Suffice to say, I’m going to be ok for a long time.
That said, whenever I get back into it, I realize that I hoard a tremendous amount of crud in my bags. The majority of which seems to have no use. A scroll to teleport to Suramar? Out. Berries? Out. Monk brews to walk on water? Out. Even my alts have junk I had mailed around. Considering I like things to be neat and tidy, this needed addressing.
The best way to clean up bags is to visit the auction house (or use the mobile app). I plopped a reasonable chunk last night (herbs, ore, pets, miscellaneous items) where it seemed to make sense. I wasn’t going to flood the market with my 200 Felwort, but 50 sufficed.
This morning I woke up to over 60k in sales, just shy of 2 months of game time. My guess is that I have another 20K worth of stock to flush. Not too shabby, considering I was going to vendor most of it.
I will say that prices have dropped substantially since the last time I played. Felwort was 600g, now it’s 150g. Most herbs are 10g, compared to 80-100g. Still, considering that I have a Sky Golem, which doesn’t dismount when collecting herbs, it’s marginally more effort to collect herbs than to avoid them.
Sidebar, I picked up ConsLegion to assist with leveling the Paladin. This is a TomTom-like UI modifier that points you along the various quests, speeding up your leveling. Given that I already have 3 characters at 110, I know the story. Not so much speed here, but efficiency. Side-sidebar, I still have no real plans to do Highmountain. At least not until flying is made available.