I love playing the sims 4. No surprise, right? When I got bored of the base game, I started playing the ‘legendary challenge’ version, making up strange rules as I went along in order to invent my own fun and create a unique story. Over the years I’ve adapted this for World of Warcraft and now I’ve decided to start one of said challenges in blog format, beginning today and updated on (gasp) Wednesdays.
- Can casual NA players earn enough for a token each month with limited play under some set rules. Now, to be honest here I already know the answer to this challenge is yes, but let’s try it out anyway and see how it goes, step by step.
- No flipping. A lot of gold I make comes from flipping, but as a casual player it’s difficult to know what to flip, and it’s difficult to be active enough to find said item in order to flip it, which brings me to rule two.
- Playing only one hour a day. Whether I want to break that into chunks so I’m playing 3h in a row or 1h each day I’ll leave flexible, but the maximum amount of time involved shouldn’t be more than 7h a week.
- No help from any alts. I moved this character to a brand new server that I’ve never played on before, I didn’t research it, I have no idea what the market is like (having said all that, now I’m beginning to rethink this challenge).
A 47 horde druid with 350 gold to her name. She’s currently wearing heirloom because I leveled her up with pet battles and I didn’t need anything better. I’m not sure if I’ll bother leveling her, or just work with what I have. I guess that’s all just part of the fun.
Now, bring on the gold!