To start of, I don't quite know why, but since I've started playing wow, one of my main aims has been to get to gold cap.
(yes, its pretty silly, but I also adore crafting for some reason!)
I've been slowly working towards it, but can't quite feel that I'm doing something wrong.
Chars I've done
Rogue(90) - 600/615 eng/ench - pretty hesitant to drop engy since its fun, but... fun doesn't usually equate to cash:P
Druid(86) - 600/600 mining/herbalism
Monk(84) - 600/600 alc/insc
DK(81) - 600/615 insc/alc
Priest(81) - 600/615 JC/ench
Mage(80) - 600/615 tailor/ench
Paladin(85) - 600/600 bs/mining
Warrior(90) - 600/600 jc/mining
Shaman(level 60) - 0/0 (probably level this up to 80, but not sure what to put on it at all.)
I did plan on a hunter with leather/skinning, but gave up because I really didn't enjoy the class :x
What I've been doing thus far is just doing all the daily cds, but aside from the occasional dancing steel enchant sale, nothing really seems to be moving.
I've tried the jc shuffle, but honestly I'm not quite sure I'm actually earning much, if at all >.>
I suspect im trying to do too much and ending up losing out o.o
If possible, what I'd like to know is what I could do better to get to cap more efficiently, and if it's worth dropping any proffessions to slot in more inscriptionists, as those seem to be steady cash from dmf decks. I've tried taking a look at undermine journal and such, but I'm honestly not sure what exactly I should be looking for.
For extra info, I'm on moonguard horde, which probably isn't the best place to make bank, but there you have it!
Also costs for changing professions aren't an issue, as i intend for this to be longterm, right now I have the time,but not the know how.
Thank you in advance for any help, and I apologize for the terrible, terrible formatting.
edit: i figured i won't bump it since its fell down the page, but thank you tigger!
it seems like the addon bit is ridiculously important, moved from auctioneer to a properly configured tsm and thats done wonders in itself!