Tuesday, April 30, 2013

Easy Guide to Auction House in WoW

TSM is a brilliant addon that I once covered back when it first was released. But now it is far better, and here today I have an email from a reader name Jeff who reveals most of the basics required to get started with TSM.

"Auctioneer is kinda a thing in the past now marcko. The cool thing about wow is blizzard now releases the auction house data and theres a site you can go to and look at average prices and whatnot

that link shows you the addon, you can read about it.

there is also a desk top application you can get too at the main site

this is the cool thing. http://www.wowuction.com is a website that shows actual auction house sales on all servers, you can take a look at your server directly and see whats selling and whats not, it also lets you know what mats you can buy off the auction house and what you can make with them and make a profit.

Now this is the even cooler thing, you can link your desktop application with the site to your wow folder, and it will automatically search the website, and put the info into your auction house info so you will never need to scan the auction house again.
TSM also helps with professions, like itll disenchant gear, herbs, ore and so forth.
Now also another thing about wowuction.com is someone made a excel datasheet of the old saronite shuffle you use to do, but this time with the new Pandaria ore. the link is

But its not just ore too.
Also, remember back in WoTLK you would do dungeons for justice points, well in MoP you still do dungeons, but you get points for doing dailies. in MoP its called Valor, and to spend Valor you still have to raise your rep with factions. there are no Valor items sold on anyone, you need to get rep. im looking for an addon that can help track that but I cant find one, just a heads up if you find one, your readers could benefit."

Thanks Jeff, you've helped me out tremendously, and maybe even some people reading who didn't know about all this. I'll have to do some research and get caught up! (been doing a lot of that lately!)

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