An economy with a new stock market is coming to the game world of Warcraft, and players are already trying their hand at it. The second week sees one trader become very wealthy, while another fails miserably.
The “ruby baubleworm” is a mission table in the World of Warcraft that can be completed for reputation with The Ruby Dragonshrine. This week’s Wowhead Economy Weekly Wrap-Up 212 includes information on the new 9.2 patch, WoW Token changes, and more.
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This week, we talk about how to make the most of Mission Tables to earn gold, where to farm the Baubleworm Pets’ specialized resources, and what consumables and materials to stockpile before the patch…
My name is Samadan, and I’ll be your tour guide around the Gold Making World!
I’ve put up a video explanation of the blog as well as a synopsis of what I’m doing to earn money, or in this instance, spend gold!
Setup for Alts at the Mission Table
Mission Tables are an excellent alternative to legendaries, farming, and professions in general when it comes to gold-making strategies. It’s a unique method of gold production, ideal for those who like having a large number of alts and don’t mind the setup. We’ve discussed it a lot on the site, and Zanzarful has been one of the most enthusiastic proponents of it. In this video, he walks you through the process of creating a new alt and discusses what to pay attention to in order to achieve 60-70 percent efficiency out of your alts tables, depending on how frequently you want to check each day.
It’s crucial to note that because of the decreasing returns of time involved, this isn’t about min/maxing to get the absolute best out of a table. It’s all about the number of alternates you have at your disposal in this scenario.
If you want to get the most Anima out of your tables to help you become more self-sufficient…
After maxing out the three main ones (anima conductor, mission table, and travel network) and getting your covenant special to 3/5, you get one additional anima “item” for each tier that you level up your Covenant Sanctum buildings, up to a maximum of +3 after maxing out the three main ones (anima conductor, mission table, and travel network) (Revendreth court, Kyrian arena, Necrolord Abom builder, and NF Conservatory).
So, if two 35-anima things are given as a base (for a total of 70 anima), you may spend 64,000 anima (I think the levels are 1,000/5,000/10,000 anima each upgrade times four sanctum structures) and acquire up to five 35-anima items for a total of 175 anima. Obviously, most people will not get a return on their investment, particularly at this point in the game/expansion, on each alt, and in terms of gold/anima.
If you’re completing mission tables / NF Conservatory for gold, I believe it’s still worth it. Those three are already unlocked. Then all you’ll need is a Conductor and a Teleport (which is also useful). So the 16k is essentially “wasted” on the Conductor.
These advantages very certainly apply to everything, including Korthia tasks and looting riches and other items. In approximately 15-20 minutes, a fast pass through Korthia with a new character vs. a fully unlocked character from Korthia and Convenant wins me roughly 3000 anima vs. 1200 anima.
I collect all of these anima with the purpose of creating new character NF covenants for additional mission tables / conservatories.
This week, u/RestInBeatz began a wonderful conversation regarding covenant choice and using max level followers by wondering whether the Maldraxxus Mission Table is better than the Night Fae one. ..
Greetings, fellow mission table players!
First and foremost, my men are on average level 43, so what I’m witnessing now may differ at higher levels. Still, when it comes to sweating mission table gaming, I’m beginning to see an increasing gap between nightfae and necrolord. My maldraxxus mission table seems to be falling apart. The new followers, particularly rattlebag and the three-headed dog, are impressive. They are nearly as powerful as the disease deviser, who is famed for deceiving his foes. Oh, and don’t even begin to tell me about plaguey. That person is from a different plane of mission table ownership. But I’m not sure whether he’s new.
Meanwhile, my nightfae pals are a shambles. To put it mildly, the new dudes, such as the tiny mushroom and the final monster of the underbog, are unimpressive. I can’t think of a single night fae follower that feels as nice as the creatures described above who live in Maldraxxus. Do you have any similar experiences? I believe they didn’t offer them decent new followers since the nightfae table used to be so OP. This, in my opinion, makes the Maldraxxus one better. Please talk about it.
Simply explained, the solution is…
Necrolord champions are better but Night Fae troops are better. The latter is preferable because quantity > quality, you can do more missions total with NF.
And here’s a little more information…
That’s because you’re looking at it from the incorrect perspective.
The idea of NF is that the table is carried by the two Troops. Although the followers are weaker, the soldiers more than compensate. This is why cheating the system to achieve level 60 Troops before unlocking anything else is the single greatest way to improve your mission tables.
However, if you play it the way you have (and as I did on my first few characters), where you level up followera while leaving your soldiers at a low level, you could find Necro to be a superior option owing to Follower strength.
The most optimum method, though, is to use a Night Fae table with level 60 soldiers; it’s not even close. However, unless you have expressly set yourself up to do it, it takes an eternity to get there.
This leads to a debate about just unlocking one follower and power leveling to 60, thereby locking the soldiers at 60, which is particularly handy with Night Fae and their formidable troops. This is especially true for new alts, since most of us will have begun gathering followers and task tables from the beginning, making power leveling followers to 60 to gain max soldiers much more difficult.
In terms of gold production, getting to 60-70 percent efficiency is sufficient if you just want to check the table a couple of times each day, according to Zanzarful.
Getting ready for the next Patch
This week, u/Stos915 poses an excellent question regarding what to hoard for 9.2.
So far, I’ve loaded up on roughly 500 dps pots of each stat, 400 flasks, and then just meals, runes, and other other items. I’m not sure whether I should stock up more or leave it at this point, and if there’s anything I’m missing.
at the moment
- shadowcore lubricant
- spectral strength/intelligence/agility potion
- pots that are invisible
- hp pots, however I’m thinking about getting rid of them before the new hp pots arrive.
- runes augmentation
- sharpening stone with a shade
- The Tome of the Still Mind is a tome on the mind’s stillness
- generic low-cost mats in case the price goes up.
- foods with supplementary stats
- a few nice feasts and a few inexpensive feasts
- for some *** reason, bandages
I’m not sure what else I should acquire. Is it necessary for me to stock up on extra supplies? I’m new at goldmaking on the AH, so bear with me.
While there is likely to be stronger demand for many of these products at the start of a patch as returning players seek out the fresh content, there is a possibility that with rising player numbers and others hoarding, the predicted inflation and profits will be unworthy of hanging on to.
Consumable costs, in my opinion, will surge for a brief time but then stabilize. With patch 9.1, I learned this the hardest. I still have wings in stock that are 1/3 of the price I paid. There is a new herb, therefore it’s more probable that it will become the pricing barrier rather than any current mats.
Stocking pile mats used for Leggos and CM gear is your best bet. You should earn well if you resell them after the patch.
Take cautious while using the runes. I don’t anticipate the “peak” to endure long, given the Eternal Augment Rune and the large quantity of runes currently on the AH and in GB’s. The same is true for flasks/pots and food; raw ingredients are numerous and inexpensive (especially with mission tables). You could strike it rich with the feasts, or there may be a higher barrier to entrance today.
Auto-hammer was successfully nerfed in SL, according to my knowledge, with the Raids having a’repair station’ as soon as you arrive.
I’d recommend focusing on low-cost Cloth and Leather. Make the ‘Heavy’ materials if you have a LW since they are required not just for Legos but also for 200/230/233/262 gear. Make the Enchanted Heavy Callous Hide and Enchanted Elethium Bar if you have an enchanter. Make Shadowghast Ingot if you have a BS and can obtain the four ores cheaply; Shaded Sharpening and Shaded Weight Stones if you have a BS and can acquire the four ores cheaply (especially if you get Shaded Stones insanely cheap). Farm Nightshade if you have a toon with herbalism.
Penguinr2gt has a fantastic video detailing what she is hoarding in preparation for 9.2.
Materials for Baubleworms
Jedidragoon has put up a helpful tutorial on how to get A Frayed Knot, one of the Turquoise Baubleworm’s necessary goods.
I’ve lately been researching how to farm the gray things for the Baubleworm pets in Oribos and resell them. It’s been entertaining for me to search for possible drop points for this item. The item itself sells for about 1200g on my server, but I’m collecting it for the pets to resale.
The first thing you’ll need is a pickpocketing rogue. Rogues can pickpocket at level 25, however it still fell when I used my level 60 rogue. If you’re in the alliance, the greatest area to farm this is Elwynn Forest, where you can pickpocket the bandits. There are a couple separate bands of bandits, one of which is virtually just outside the main gate and the other of which is on a farm where the collector quest is located. In Tirsfal Glade, you may pickpocket humanoids for the horde. Because I don’t play horde, I haven’t done as much research.
I hope this information is useful to someone. I made a video about it:
I like niche markets like these; we covered the Baubleworms when they first came out, and many people have earned a fortune from the creatures and supplies necessary. In the comments for some of the worms on Wowhead, Hyrcyne compiled an amazing list.
Keeper Ta’hult now sells the following pets as of version 9.1:
Flawless Amethyst Baubleworm is a one-of-a-kind pet that costs ten thousand Polished Pet Charms, making it the most costly pet available in that currency. This pet will sometimes produce a rainbow effect, comparable to the similarly priced Prismatic Bauble toy (sold for 250k gold).
The other three pets are sold for garbage items rather than pet charms!
The price of a Ruby Baubleworm is:
- Ground Gear – Mimiron in Ulduar can easily provide you with this. They’re also advertised as drops from other enemies, but due to scaling concerns, you can’t get them at max level; instead, you can only get them via Chromie Time at certain level brackets, which is why you need complete the raid.
- Robble’s Wobbly Staff is a Cataclysm instance item that drops from trash creatures. The easiest method to obtain it is to remove the rubbish in Firelands. Make sure you don’t kill any bosses so you can exit and restart if you don’t get it the first time.
- Very Unlucky Rock – Drop rate from Lucky Horace’s Lucky Chest in Nazmir should be 100%. This chest is only available to one character at a time. By checking at the accomplishment Treasures of Nazmir, you can quickly see whether you’ve previously looted it.
Turquoise Baubleworm is available for purchase for the following price:
- Rabbit’s Foot – Similar to Ground Gear, this item does not seem to drop at max level and is only available to low-level players. The easiest approach to fight Blackrock Worg for Alliance is to make a level 1 Human and start in Elwynn Forest, or start a level 1 Tauren in Mulgore to kill Prairie Wolf. Then grind 30 copper and send it to your protagonist. Because the drop rates are high and you can obtain enough copper for the mailing phase by slaughtering several humanoids, the complete operation should take no more than 10 minutes.
- Large Slimy Bone – I got mine from a Wailing Caverns Evolving Ectoplasm. You should be able to locate a handful in the dungeon’s middle section, and they have a very high drop probability, so if you’re unlucky, it shouldn’t take more than one or two resets. If you finished Wailing Critters, you may fast attain WC by speaking with Manapoof in Dalaran (Legion)/Boralus/Dazar’alor.
- A Frayed Knot – A rogue’s Pick Pocket is required for this. If you don’t have one, you may level one up to 24 and then ask a buddy to help you unlock the ability. After that, you may get the item from Bandit in Elwynn Forest. They may also be discovered on Humans in Tirisfal Glades, but their drop rate seems to be lower.
The price of Topaz Baubleworm is:
- Rotting Bear Carcass – Due to scale concerns, this item does not seem to drop from enemies in the open world for max level characters. The Vicious Gray Bear, on the other hand, may be killed within the Old Hillsbrad Foothills instance. There’s no need to participate in the RP events; just ride up and search the dungeon for bears.
- Dark Iron Baby Booties – The Relic Coffer within Blackrock Depths has a low chance of dropping this item. There are a total of 12 locked chests that must be unlocked using 12 Relic Coffer Keys. The keys are often dropped by dwarves, and if you collect enough, go to the Mole Machine at the entryway and pick the Domicile option, then proceed to Warder Stilgiss’ location to access the coffers chamber. If you don’t receive it the first time, go back to the Mole Machine and choose the Entrance option, then zone out and restart the instance. If you finished Shadows of Blackrock, you may swiftly access BRD by speaking with Manapoof in Dalaran (Legion)/Boralus/Dazar’alor.
- The Stoppable Force is a low-drop item from enemies in the Burning Crusade instances. If you’re only after this one item, I’d recommend farming any dungeon with a lot of trash and an exit at the end, like Sethekk Halls, so you can quickly zone out and reset, or simply keep an eye out while farming for other sought-after items like Ashes of Al’ar, Reins of the Raven Lord, Swift White Hawkstrider, and so on.
You may purchase or sell any of these goods at the auction house, but make sure any addons that automatically sell trash items at a vendor are disabled!
If you’re saving your pet charms for the Flawless Amethyst Baubleworm, Vahdis has some helpful suggestions…
This pet charm is just 30g! Pet battlers begin to value your time more and begin selling lesser charm pets for as much as 400g each charm! #Goldmaking #Battlepets Higher prices, lesser demand, and the market is simple to oversaturate! Pets that are less expensive sell quicker and for more money! pic.twitter.com/wsCAbdmvJp
January 30, 2022 — Vahdis (@RethRethReth)
It’s a pet that costs 10,000 polish pet charms, which is merely 30g each pet charm at 300k gold. Every additional combat pet you may purchase for pet charms will give you 3x-10x more money each charm.
The majority of this material was initially debated and shared on the /r/woweconomy subreddit or the associated Discord server.
I hope you found this helpful, and do let me know if you have any recommendations or criticism in the comments section below.
Until next time, best of luck with your gold-mining endeavors!
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