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While at first I thought it was somewhat comical. "I earned so much gold that I broke the World of Warcraft!" (aka "Breaking WoW: Like a Boss!") It wasn't all that useful.
I knew I wasn't quite savvy enough to figure this particular problem out. What was an auctioneer to do?
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I posted this thread on /r/wow and within minutes a wonderfully helpful redditor named consonaut not only provided me with a solution (which turned out to be 228,078g, 73s 64c) but also helped me understand how to solve it. (The whole thread is worth a read.)
Not content to simply know the answer to my own particular problem, I decided to make sure other auctioneers out there would be able to get a proper accounting of the total gold they have acquired.
To that end I've created Flux's WoW Negative Copper To Actual Gold Converter. A page where you can convert your large negative copper values into actual gold values with the press of a button.
|Converter in action.|
I'd like to thank consonaut again for all the help and I hope you all enjoy it.
How much did your total gold acquired ended up being? Let us know in the comments.