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8.19.2012

The Power Word: Gold Podcast - Episode 040


Episode 040 of The Power Word: Gold Podcast. Your host Jim Younkin brings you the latest World of Warcraft gold-making tips, tricks and strategies.

In this week's episode Jim discusses what he's been doing in gold-making, the Postal addon, the upcoming Mists of Pandaria expansion and much more. And now on with the show!

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4 comments:

  1. Hey, great show. The pre-patch would have taken me by surprise if I hadn't listened in :)
    Looks like AOE looting is going to be going live from 28th August too. Do you foresee a price crash in some easily farm-able items like cloth? Also, bag prices could see a nice spike with it being so easy to pick up everything. Any other pitfalls/opportunities lurking in there?

    Ed

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    1. Yes to both of your questions although I think we may be underestimating people's desire to farm. That said, anyone who worked hard to get cloth before will have a much easier time which will definitely increase the supply and thus depress the price.

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  2. what app did you use for recording? also did you use the internal mic?

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    1. The raw audio was recorded with the internal iPhone microphone using an iPhone app called HT Recorder and later edited in Sony Vegas on my PC.

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