Yeah, you and every other cheapskate in WoW are wondering if they can. And they are trying too. Wish Blizzard would make all vendor bought patterns BoP, bar faction specific ones. That would cut your cheating good, kings and queens of white (and a few green, but all vendor bought) patterns.
Also, this would ensure that those in need could actually have some chance at getting these things at a reasonable price, and that they wouldn't have to charge you people insane prices for crafting them.
Lazy halfwits, every damn one of you vendor campers
I'm gonna have to agree with Roct here. There are reasons not all patterns and other vendor-sold items are BoP. For one thing, there are some items that are only sold to Alliance or Horde (such as the Cat Carriers) and I think Blizzard purposefully designed it this way to encourage entrepreneurialship in the game. Also, what about for those individuals who aren't yet high enough to grind Deadwood furbolgs to gain entrance through the Felwood tunnel to get to Moonglade and such? If they want to make Runecloth boots they should be able to do it even if they're only level 42, etc.
If someone has priced an item too high at AH, simply don't buy it!
Look at this from both sides. #1 yes it is a decent way for some people to make money. #2 yes it can be very annoying to go to buy one of these off the vendor only to see a farmer sitting there mass buying them to resell at the auction house. #3 There are players that cannot get to the area to buy this pattern, but still like to craft.
Personaly I feel to eliminate the limited quanitity would be the best solution. That way people can still buy them and sell them on the ah for a little money to people that cannot buy them from the merchant, and players that need them can go and buy them without being forced to pay an extreme amount of money from the guy sitting there mass clicking the guy to buy them always and keep anyone else from buying them.
This is just my 2 copper.
..a certain group in LBRS that had everyone roll NEED on Pattern: Robe of the Archmage, even though the Mage was the only Tailor in the group.
Because the pattern is not BoP & can be sold on Auction House.
That's how it is with all the other recipes.
I, for one, am not making any profit off of camping Darnall for patterns. As the ranking druid in my guild, it's just faster and easier for me to get to Moonglade and get the patterns for guild members who want it, whether they have Timbermaw faction or not. To be honest, I actually lose money in the deal because I usually don't charge guildmates for buying the pattern for them. I just give it to them.
So don't whine about what you don't fully understand. People don't get taken if they do thier homework and find out what they can buy for themselves and what they need to "bite the bullet" and buy off the AH.
How long does it take for the boot pattern to spawn? because i went to him and he didnt have any patterns for me to buy. came back to him every 5 min for a while and still didnt see anything. Anyone have some kinda timer on this guy? or is it just random
The respawn for most of the Rune set are around 4 hours. Least that is what I have read. I agree you should not farm the pattern unless you can use it. Plus A good tailor can make a mint just selling the boots and the robe to non tailors for the AD rep / signet quest.
Does anyone know where he is i've been wandering around moonglade buyt i can't find he does he moove around?
you silly people.... i have a human priest and ive been to the moonglade pleanty of times. anyone can get there. there are 2 flight paths there, one for druids and one for everyone else. the one that i use is located at 47,67 and the coords for Darnall are correct he is at 51,33
you can get flight path to moonglade...it's in the 48,67 area ish...
Darnall is located at 52,33. Having trouble getting the boots pattern to pop, though...the robe will repost every 5 minutes or so, but not seeing the boots yet.
After a day of camping off and on with Darnall without the pattern showing up, it occurred to me to see if the trainer sold it. Indeed, this and several other former drops are sold by the trainer in Theramore.
After three whole days of vendor-camping I found the note about a similar Pattern (Runecloth Gloves) here on Thottbot.
Both Patterns, Runecloth Boots and Runecloth Gloves
do not exist anymore
. They have been taken out of the game and the creation of these items can now be learned the regular way - at your Trainer (master tailor, the guy in Tarren Mill for Horde)
(Edit: Mmh, someone was faster, sorry)
i hope you are right. im heading to hillsbrad
I make tons of cash from buying 2g vendor sold stuff in remote places and placing it with a 6g buyout in IF. It sells 80% of the time, and I make an extraordinary profit. These ones sell for around 10g due to them not having a white vendor tag, but having a green "dropped" tag.
Still some of those glitches out there to exploit, several other forms like Night Scape Shoulders from Hinterlands are tagged green instead of white.
All hail those who beat the system.
He was talking about the pattern not the boots the pattern makes
I have spent three days waiting for the vendor to pop this pattern. Only to find that on a whim, I went to Thesamer Isle (Alliance) and found that the Master trainer there trains this for 1.25g.
Just a heads up. Looks like alot of the "pattern" items can now be trained instead.
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