Dungeon Dive: 100 Runs of RFK (1-10)

You might remember that I wanted to post the ‘real’ value of running dungeons, and I started with Sunwell Plateau – I gave the estimated value of what I had looted vs. the actual value of what I had looted, calculating the sales I made for that week. I would like to continue with this, and the next dungeon I want to attempt is RFK. Here are the stats for the first 10 runs:

My first 10 runs through, LootAppraiser said I had earned a potential total of 263,638g worth of items, and 702g in raw gold. This is extremely exaggerated, as one item that was priced for 100k is actually around 5k on my low population server. I shuffled these items over to ‘Hunduns’ (hundred dungeons, har har) to sell, including the raw gold (at least that gives me some gold to post auction house fees). I’m keeping this character away from my main account, over on my second account. It isn’t apart of any of other gold making challenges, and exists on its own so that we can calculate the actual GPH. Since I just put the items up for sale right now, GPH is .. well, 702g.

Hopefully something sells in the next week while I get read for the next 10 runs, but we’ll see. I also need to stock up on keys, as I didn’t have any to unlock the chests within the zone and I know they’re a big component to making gold. Can we get just as lucky? I’m guessing no – the one reason why Sunwell Plateau worked out so well was because it drops a lot of recipes, and those don’t tend to drop in the vanilla dungeons, at least not for me. I might get lucky with a drop or two, but I expect it will take ages to sell. I guess we’ll see.

As always, happy gaming, no matter where you find yourself!


Author: Stargrace

Just another gamer with too much time on her hands.

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