Introduction To WoW Gold Guide

The WoW Gold Guru has been set up as an informative, accurate and above all useful guide to the art of making money in World of Warcraft.

Over the next few months I am hoping to build up a whole host of articles dedicated to the art of making gold In WoW quickly and easily!

Monday, 30 June 2008

Quick Gold - Flask of Chromatic Wonder Recipe

The Flask of Chromatic Wonder Recipe is one of the Gold makers easiest money making tools. The recipe itself is actually found on vendor Apprentice Darius just outside Karazhan. He sells teh recipe for 4G, quite expensive, but it has been found that on many servers the flask of chromatic wonder recipe can sell on the auction house for as much as 150g

Now such an easy way to make gold will most likely not last for long, it is expected that Blizzard will make the recipe Bind on Pickup ina future patch, until that time however buy these babies up, get them on the auction house and sell sell sell, while you may not get 150g its not unreaonable to expect you might get a lot more than the 4g you intially paid for the recipe!

Tuesday, 17 June 2008

Fel Iron - Easy Gold or More Trouble than it's Worth?

Fel Iron is one of the more common ores found in the outlands and has become a staple way of making money with mining in World of Warcraft the Burning Crusade.

However with the release of the Brilliant Glass technique for Jewel Crafters, miners suddenly have found the price of fel iron sky rocketing.

The reason is simple, when patch 2.4.2 came out Brilliant Glass gave you gems worth nearly 2 x the price of fel iron from the cost of the mats. People were simply going to the AH, buying it all the fel iron and then after running it through brilliant glass making a lot of easy gold.

However now things have stabilised, but in doing so they have increased the value of Fel Iron by an insane amount, meaning that with a little bit of effort grinding you can make a lot of gold simply by mining fel iron.

So for those of you saving up for a flying mount, wanting to buy some expensive mats of teh auction house or simply buying flasks to raid, Mining Fel Iron is a great way of helping you get the gold you need ot be the player you want.

Tuesday, 10 June 2008

Runecloth - The New Netherweave?

Since the release of Sunwell Isle Netherweave has dropped significantly in price, one of the old good earners now tends to go for between 1g and 2g a stack when it used to go for between 3g and 5g!

Fortunately for those who loved to grind humanoids there is hope. Runecloth still tends to be quite expensive, if not more so tan it was before, and it aint half easy to get either!

Great Runecloth grinding places include the Humanoid mobs in Hellfire Peninsula, the blood elves that have appeared in Azshara and the Humanoids in Eastern Plaguelands.

While Runecloth may go for similar prices to netherweave now it is one hell of a lot easier to grind!