WoD Skinning Guide
If there’s one thing that the Internet has taught me, it’s that skin sells.
Master Rokk here. It has been a month since Warlords of Draenor has gone live, and I’ve been looking around to find a decent way to make gold. Sure, there’s gold rewards for some of the follower missions and questing produces some cold currency. But a reliable market has yet to present itself. Crafted items are not panning out very often, unless they’re the epic items that can only be produced every 5-20 days. Professions have been a bust so far, and that is not a reference to the picture at the top of this post.
Mats seem to be the way to bring in coin. Gathering professions are more or less in the toilet, due to the mining/herb garden provided by the garrisons. That, plus the no-flying and nodes in the wild being in all sorts of terrible locations, and the double gathering professions one of the DK’s I roll with are pretty much useless.
What isn’t useless is skinning. Kill an animal, skin an animal, reap the rewards of its flesh. It sounds terrible, but the cha-ching sound when it sells is much more pleasing to the ear. And it sells very well.
JadePyrus created a video that points out a decent farming location for skins.
I’m going to give this a try in the next couple of days. It’s always great to find a good place for skin, especially if there isn’t a two drink minimum.
Posted on December 15, 2014, in World of Warcraft and tagged Farming, Gold Making, JadePyrus, Lisa Ann, Skinning, WoD, WoW Tips. Bookmark the permalink. Comments Off on WoD Skinning Guide.