Journal of Marcus Ty Podcast – Episode 33

Journal of Marcus Ty Podcast

Welcome to episode thirty three of the Marcus Ty series of gold making podcasts. In this episode your host, Marcus Ty, and Nev of the Blog Auction House Addict, share their thoughts, hints and tips on making gold in the Mists of Pandaria expansion and discuss all things new in the Warlords of Draenor beta.

 

 

Marcus continues his adventures in the beta Warlords release and explains how to build an alchemy lab building for the Alliance in Shadowmoon Valley.

This podcast was recorded on Thursday, 7th August 2014.

[MP3] Episode 33 – Warlords Beta and Hearthstone.

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Show Notes

  • Welcome to the Pig and Whistle.
  • News from the front.
  • Marcus back from LA
  • Building an Alchemy Lab
  • Marcus plays the Beta Warlords zone of Shadowmoon Valley
  • Hints, tips and tactics for Hearthstone

Resources mentioned in the podcast:

  • Contact Marcus Ty on Twitter @MarcusTy
  • Contact Nev on Twitter @NevAHaddict
  • Nev’s Blog Auction House Addict
  • Email Marcus at JournalofMarcusTy.com
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Warlords of Draenor Beta – Alchemy Lab

Draenor-MapIf you have been following my exploits in the Warlords Alpha you may recall my last short video explaining how I built my first garrison on Frostfire Ridge. The Alpha has now merged in the Beta and I have now created another (Alliance) character in Shadowmoon Valley. Having now explored some of the new zone I’ve created a new short video showing you how I expanded my new garrison to include an Alchemy Lab. I also give you a peek of the new zone.

 

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Journal of Marcus Ty Podcast – Episode 32

Journal of Marcus Ty Podcast

Welcome to episode thirty two of the Marcus Ty series of gold making podcasts. In this episode your host, Marcus Ty, and Nev of the Blog Auction House Addict, share their thoughts, hints and tips on making gold in the Mists of Pandaria expansion and explore the tactics and strategies for Hearthstone.

 

 

Marcus tells of his adventures in the beta Warlords release and explains garrison building for the Alliance in Shadowmoon Valley.

In this show Marcus and Nev are joined by Cold of Cold’s Gold Factory who gives them the skinny on a great Warlock deck.

This podcast was recorded on Thursday, 10 July 2014.

[MP3] Episode 32 – Warlords Beta and Hearthstone.

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Show Notes

  • Welcome to the Pig and Whistle.
  • Our special guest Cold.
  • The new Nexxramas Hearthstone expansion
  • What’s happening to the Undermine Journal?
  • Marcus plays the Beta Warlords zone of Shadowmoon Valley
  • Hints, tips and tactics for Hearthstone
  • Nev’s 5K run for Cancer Research UK Charity

Resources mentioned in the podcast:

WoW Auction House Guide

The Marcus Ty Auction House Gold Secrets Guide

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Warlords of Draenor Garrison Builiding

Just a short post summarising my experience on Horde garrison building in the Warlords Alpha. The Warlords Alpha release has now morphed into the Beta and alas my character got wiped, but I managed to salvage these screenshots which I’ve placed into a short video.

 

 
Enjoy

Marcus

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Warlords of Draenor Beta – Auction House Changes

I’m continuing my journey into the depths of the Warlords Alpha which has now morphed into the Beta – at least that is what my application client tells me. While in the Alpha phase of the development I was able to create a Horde Shaman and explored the initial phase of garrison building. But a passing comment in a blue post today stopped me in my tracks:

Warlords Beta Blue Post

Warlords Beta Blue Post

If this is true, then the merging of faction Auction Houses will have a large impact on the wow economy. Traditionally, each faction’s Auction House trade independent of each other, creating, in effect, two separate economies on the same server.

Now, for those new to the wow gold economy you may be thinking to yourself: so what? But as Auction House goblins know all too well the size an Auction House matters and in-balances between populations of factions on the same server can greatly skew the pricing across a whole range mats and items that are commonly traded.

Remembering that the current Warlords development is only just out of the alpha phase, I decided to log in and conduct a little test for myself to see if in fact the Auction Houses were indeed ‘unified’.

So, I created a Horde character called Maakin and placed him in Orgrimmar. I had already created a human Mage – Zan – and placed him in Stormwind. I then placed a simple mat (small glimmering shard) on the Horde Auction House and attached a silly price of 11,000g to it:

Warlords Horde Auction House

Warlords Horde Auction House

I then logged off and logged on to my Alliance character and searched for my character’s Maakin’s trade:

Warlords Alliance Auction House

Warlords Alliance Auction House

An sure enough it was there on the Alliance Auction House!

But, what of the neutral Auction Houses run by those irascible goblins? I headed down to Booty Bay and checked it out:

Warlords of Draenor Beta

Warlords Neutral Auction House

Yep, there is was. So, the Blue Post would seem to hold true. All auction Houses have been merged!

For many new players, this won’t be a big deal. For those that have been playing the Auction House for a little while and have accumulated pricing data in an addon,  they may see large swings in prices when the expansion breaks until the various markets stabilise.  Of course, the biggest shock will be to those Horde players used to trading in small population Auction Houses. For those that have mastered the art of trading, this initial surge in activity will seem like a ripple upon the sea of the wow gold economy; for others, it will seem like a tsunami.

Marcus Ty

 

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Journal of Marcus Ty Podcast – Episode 31

Journal of Marcus Ty Podcast

Welcome to episode thirty one of the Marcus Ty series of gold making podcasts. In this episode your host, Marcus Ty, and Nev of the Blog Auction House Addict, share their thoughts, hints and tips on making gold in the Mists of Pandaria expansion and explore the tactics and strategies for Hearthstone.

 

 

In this show Marcus and Nev are joined by Cold of Cold’s Gold Factory who gives them hints and tips on Hearthstone.

This podcast was recorded on Thursday, 27 June 2014.

[MP3] Episode 31 – Hearthstone special.

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Show Notes

  • Welcome to the Pig and Whistle.
  • Our special guest Cold.
  • The games we’re playing.
  • What makes a good steak?
  • Hints, tips and tactics for Hearthstone
  • Nev’s 5K run for Cancer Research UK Charity

Resources mentioned in the podcast:

WoW Auction House Guide

The Marcus Ty Auction House Gold Secrets Guide

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Journal of Marcus Ty Podcast – Episode 30

Journal of Marcus Ty Podcast

Welcome to episode thirty of the Marcus Ty series of gold making podcasts. In this episode your host, Marcus Ty, and Nev of the Blog Auction House Addict, share their thoughts, hints and tips on making gold in the Mists of Pandaria expansion and explore the first release of the Warlords of Draenor Alpha.

Nev tells of her 5K run for the Breast Cancer Research UK charity.

 

This podcast was recorded on Sat, 14th June 2014.

[MP3] Episode 30 – Warlords of Draenor Alpha.

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Show Notes

  • Welcome to the Pig and Whistle.
  • Life is busy in the real world.
  • Nev’s 5K run for Cancer Research UK Charity
  • How to judge the demand for items.
  • Warlords Alpha.

Resources mentioned in the podcast:

  • Contact Marcus Ty on Twitter @MarcusTy
  • Contact Nev on Twitter @NevAHaddict
  • Nev’s Blog Auction House Addict
  • Email Marcus at JournalofMarcusTy.com
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Warlords of Draenor Alpha – First Look

Horde ShamanSo, those nice folks at Blizzard sent me an invitation to try out the Warlords of Draenor Alpha, and despite saying I wouldn’t want to ruin my first experience of the new expansion before it was released, I couldn’t help but dip my toe into the cold snows of Frostfire Ridge.

My aim, here, is to give folks a flavour of the new world that is Draenor – bearing in mind that this is still only an alpha release and anything could change before we even reach the beta stage of development. I was also curious to see how Blizzard have implemented the early stages of Garrisons, given my earlier reservations about the concept. So with this in mind, here are my first impressions.

Now if you’re lucky enough to get an invitation to the alpha, bear in mind that the client download is around 23 Gigabytes – unlucky if your Internet service provider throttles you back or if the family are in the middle of their favourite Netflix movie! The other thing to  note is that Frostfire Ridge is the first zone in the alpha, so if you want to create an Alliance template character then it won’t work – hence I’m uncharacteristically playing Horde! FrostFireRidge

The first thing that struck me when I materialised in the new zone is how nice the new character models looked. I chose a Horde Shaman – I know, I never play Horde or have played a Shaman – but I was kind of impressed with the look of the model. Combat would turn out to be a whole new ball-game for me!

Without spoiling too much of the plot your first job is to plant the Horde flag in the new territory which begins a series of short of quests to build your Garrison. To build your Garrison you first need one of these:

Gazlowe

 

Gazlowe, here, acts as the main quest source for building your Garrison.  Supply him with a few materials and WHAM! It’s done.

No, literally. There was supposed to be a short cinematic – this is only the alpha – but I was expecting a little more progression in the building phase. But no, you have the start of your Garrison which in effect turns out to be like any other Horde camp, complete with flight path and mailbox. To progress the build phase, you must supply Gazlowe with a set amount of lumber – which in this phase acts as a form of currency.

Garrison
So how do I obtain this lumber currency? Well, I must search out material across Frostfire Ridge and complete a number of quests, all of which reward me with lumber. Once I have the required amount of currency I can return to my Garrison for the next phase of the build. Not what I was expecting, but then it’s early day in the Warlords development phase and many things may change.

As I explore more of the alpha I’ll provide you with an update on my travels through Frostfire Ridge and the next phase of my Garrison build.

Marcus

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Journal of Marcus Ty Podcast – Episode 29

Journal of Marcus Ty Podcast

Welcome to episode twenty nine of the Marcus Ty series of gold making podcasts. In this episode your host, Marcus Ty, and Nev of the Blog Auction House Addict, share their thoughts, hints and tips on making gold in the Mists of Pandaria expansion.

In this episode Nev and Marcus give you some hints and tips on playing Hearthstone.

 

This podcast was recorded on Mon, 26th May 2014.

[MP3] Episode 29 – Introduction to Hearthstone.

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  • Welcome to the Pig and Whistle.
  • Finding Globe of Water.
  • Who’s been playing what and when.
  • Introduction to Hearthstone.

Resources mentioned in the podcast:

  • Contact Marcus Ty on Twitter @MarcusTy
  • Contact Nev on Twitter @NevAHaddict
  • Nev’s Blog Auction House Addict
  • Email Marcus at JournalofMarcusTy.com
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The Future of Gold Making in Warlords of Draenor

Auction House

Closed Garrison Upgrade

I’ve been playing World of Warcraft for many years now and with every new expansion I get a little nervous. Will Blizzard nerf any of my favourite items; will familiar content simply disappear; will they break the Auction House? With every expansion I have the same concerns and the Warlords of Draenor  expansion is no exception.

Now I’m not really such a nervous Nelly and I appreciate that a MMO as venerable as Warcraft must evolve. Existing players expect new content while players new to the game expect features found in more recent upstarts.

And change isn’t such a bad thing.

The Burning Crusade and Jewelcrafting

With the introduction of the Burning Crusade Blizzard provided us with a portal to another world in which we could eventually fly. This was a great improvement to the game, but brought with it the problem of keeping some quests a challenge. It certainly made gathering easier, but didn’t greatly affect the the WoW gold economy as much as I thought it would. However, Blizzard did give the economy a shot in the arm with the introduction of the Jewelcrafting profession to the joy of many a gold maker.

Wraith of the Lich King and Inscription

Then there was Wraith of the Lich King which gave us a whole new continent to explore, including the floating Mage city of Dalaran. My favourite addition was the Death Knight, complete with companion ghoul. We were also introduced to a PvP zone on a PvE server in the form of Wintergrasp. Blizzard added a little zing to the economy with the addition of the Inscription profession which added a whole new dimension to making gold in Warcraft.

Cataclysm Broke the Mould

With Cataclysm Blizzard broke the mould – literally by breaking continents. We could finally use our flying mounts in Kalimdor and the Eastern Kingdoms. Again, players had a vast new world to explore in the form of Vashj’ir, Deepholm, Uldum and the Twilight Highlands. However, when it came to the professions Blizzard gave us the secondary profession of Archaeology which didn’t do much for the Warcraft economy.

Mists of Pandaria gave us Noodle Carts

Which brings us to the Mists of Pandaria expansion, which is probably my favourite. Again, Blizzard created a whole new continent to explore with some breathtaking vistas. Not only were we introduced to new races, but Blizzard created a mini game in the form of Pet Battles. Blizzard also tinkered away with the professions by greatly expanding Cooking and added a Tiller’s farm to compliment the demand for new ingredients.

So what makes me nervous about Warlords?

Enslaved to a Garrison

In a nutshell it’s the garrison. At the heart of Warcraft is its ever expanding universe which we, as the adventurers, set out to explore. It’s at the core of the game and has it’s roots in the likes of Dungeons and Dragons. A group of adventurers come together with a common goal and set out on a journey in a strange and wondrous land to complete their quest. It’s the shared experience of the journey that shapes and defines the characters that participate in the quest. Think of Bilbo Baggins in The Hobbit; Frodo in Lord of the Rings.

So, Blizzard, why turn my hero into a stay-at-home garrison builder?

Did Sam Gamgee say to Frodo ‘Sorry, mate. You go to the Black Gate, I’ll tend to the farm’? I don’t think so. They left the farm behind them and set off down the road together for an adventure! Now Blizzard has indicated that we are to be tied to a garrison. A slave to the farm.

And look how well that turned out with the Tillers! I don’t know about you, but having levelled all the plots on my farm I rarely go back there. I hate having to hang up my sword for the hoe. In truth, I find the whole Tiller’s farm idea boring and repetitive.

Will Blizzard Break the Professions?

But what really scares me is that they may well tie the Professions to garrison levels. Will I have to first build an Alchemy Lab in my garrison to level Alchemy? Will I have to construct  a Mage Tower before I can craft Living Steel? If I build a Mine will I ever need to gather Ore again or will I simply assign a ‘follower’ to mine all the Ore for me? Again, I’m tied to levelling my garrison. It reminds me a bit of the game ‘Boom Beach’ by Supercell. The garrison idea is a mini game within a game like Pet Battles, but in Warlords I don’t have the option to ignore it.

Now, I’ve always said that the Professions are the power house of the Warcraft economy. With each new expansion  the professions have been added to, tinkered with, but not broken. My fear is that with Warlords, Blizzard may inadvertently put a spanner in the economy by reducing the need for many of the Professions. I’m thinking of Inscription, here. Blizzard has indicated that in Warlords, some of the Major Glyphs will be learned by characters as they level and these recipes will be removed.

Closing the Auction House?

And what of the Auction House? Well, much of the trade that takes place on the Auction House revolves around the supply and demand of items required or crafted by the professions. Take Alchemy, for example. So far this is the only profession that can create Living Steel which is required by both Engineers and Blacksmiths for their crafting. This is the supply and demand that drives players to the Auction House and fuels the Warcraft economy. But if garrisons allow access to the professions that your character hasn’t mastered, why bother visiting the Auction House?

Now, with every new expansion there will always be change and Warlords promises some major upheavals. I’m confident that, given the amount of skin many of the Blizzard developers have in the game, they won’t intentionally break the economy, but we’ll have to wait and see.

Am I being a nervous Nelly? Let me know what you think. Visit my Facebook Page and drop me a comment.

 

 

 

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Journal of Marcus Ty Podcast – Episode 28

Journal of Marcus Ty Podcast

Journal Podcast

Welcome to episode twenty eight of the Marcus Ty series of gold making podcasts. In this episode your host, Marcus Ty, and Nev of the Blog Auction House Addict, share their thoughts, hints and tips on making gold in the Mists of Pandaria expansion.

In this episode Nev and Marcus discuss more developments from the Blizzard announcement of the Warlords of Draenor alpha. Marcus shares some of his  concerns regarding Garrisons in the Warlords expansion and  his thoughts on the effects on the future of Warcraft.

 

This podcast was recorded on Tue, 13th May 2014.

[MP3] Episode 28 – Nev is back!

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Show Notes

  • Welcome to the Pig and Whistle.
  • Clearing out the Bank.
  • Who’s been playing what and when.
  • Warcraft if not a flight sim!
  • More musings on the effects of Garrisons
  • Is WoD turning into Boom Beach?

Resources mentioned in the podcast:

 

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Journal of Marcus Ty Podcast – Episode 27

Journal of Marcus Ty Podcast

Journal Podcast

Welcome to episode twenty seven of the Marcus Ty series of gold making podcasts. In this episode your host, Marcus Ty, and Nev of the Blog Auction House Addict, share their thoughts, hints and tips on making gold in the Mists of Pandaria expansion.

In this episode Nev and Marcus discuss more developments from the Blizzard announcement of the Warlords of Draenor alpha. Nev explains some of the new  changes coming up in the form of Garrisons in the Warlords expansion and Marcus gives his thoughts on the effects on the Warcraft economy of these changes.

This podcast was recorded on Mon, 21st April 2014.

[MP3] Episode 27 – The Future of Gold Making in WoD

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Show Notes

  • Welcome to the Pig and Whistle.
  • Who’s been playing what and when.
  • Nev gives us the scope on the Warlords of Draenor announcement?
  • More musings on the effects of Garrisons
  • Is WoD turning into Clash of Clans?

Resources mentioned in the podcast:

 

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Journal of Marcus Ty Podcast – Episode 26

Journal of Marcus Ty Podcast

Journal Podcast

Welcome to episode twenty six of the Marcus Ty series of gold making podcasts. In this episode your host, Marcus Ty, and Nev of the Blog Auction House Addict, share their thoughts, hints and tips on making gold in the Mists of Pandaria expansion.

In this episode Nev and Marcus discuss the recent Blizzard announcement of the Warlords of Draenor alpha.

Nev explains some of the new professions changes coming up in the Warlords expansion and Marcus gives his thoughts on the effects on the Warcraft economy of these changes.

This podcast was recorded on Sat, 5th April 2014.

[MP3] Episode 26 – Warlords of Draenor Alpha.
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Show Notes

  • Welcome to the Pig and Whistle.
  • Who’s been playing what and when.
  • Nev gives us the scope on the Warlords of Draenor announcement?
  • Marcus explains the Warcraft economy

Resources mentioned in the podcast:

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How to Make More Profit From Your Gold Making Markets

JMT Professions Guide

JMT Professions Guide

I’ve always said that the Professions are the powerhouse of the Warcraft economy and crafting items to sell on the Auction House is a great way to make World of Warcraft gold. But competition can be fierce and to be successful with this gold making strategy, players need to carefully research all aspects of the market for the items they are trying to sell to ensure they can compete on price while still maximising their profit.

As an example, let’s look at the Profession of Alchemy and the selling of Living Steel. Those of you with this profession will know that Living Steel is a transmutation item with a 24 hr cool-down. This helps create demand for the material which is widely used in many of the other Professions. However, price competition can be fierce on most servers so it helps to be able to craft this material as cheaply as possible to maintain a reasonably profit.

So how many ways are there to craft Living Steel?

Normally, it takes the transmutation of 6 Trillium bars to create 1 Living steel (Ignoring the method using Spirit of Harmony):

1. 6 x Trillium Bar -> Living Steel

But an Alchemist also has the option to transmute Ghost Iron Bars to Trillium:

2. 60x Ghost Iron Bar -> 6 x Trillium Bar -> Living Steel

Now, if you have the Mining you have the option to smelt Ghost Iron Ore to Ghost Iron Bars:

3. 120 Ghost Iron Ore -> 60 x Ghost Iron Bar -> 6 x Trillium Bar -> Living Steel

But Miners will know that they can smelt Trillium Ore to Trillium Bars:

4. 12x White Trillium Ore + 12 x White Trillium Ore -> 6 x Trillium Bar

Summary of Living Steel Crafting Options

Material Quantity Market Price Crafting Price Profit
Ghost Iron Ore 120 2.3 276 74
Ghost Iron Bar 60 4.3 258 92
Trillium Ore 24 7.5 180 170
Trillium Bar 6 40 240 110
Living Steel 1 350 350 0

*All pricing are in gold (g). The pricing of Trillium Ore is an average of Black and White.

From the table above you can see that the crafting path to Living Steel is cheaper if you are able to utilise both Mining and Alchemy and by comparing the market pricing for all possible combinations of crafting material. It highlights the power of having complimentary professions (what, you didn’t think Alchemy and Mining were complimentary?).

If you think this is an isolated example you would be wrong. There are many more examples hidden in the crafting tomes of the Professions. Start digging and you’ll find more. Alternatively, save some time and invest in The Journal of Marcus Ty, Gold Making Guide and obtain the complete guide to making gold with the Professions.

As I’ve always said: ‘The Professions are the powerhouse of the Warcraft economy’. But they’re also the key to making a great profit.

 

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Journal of Marcus Ty Podcast – Episode 25

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Journal Podcast

Welcome to episode twenty five of the Marcus Ty series of gold making podcasts. In this episode your host, Marcus Ty, and Nev of the Blog Auction House Addict, share their thoughts, hints and tips on making gold in the Mists of Pandaria expansion.

In this episode Nev and Marcus discuss the recent Blizzard announcement of the release date for Warlords of Draenor and the pre-release order complete with level 90 boost.

Nev is visiting in the US leaving the Pig & Whistle empty except for the crates of Jaffa Cakes, piled high in the corner..

This podcast was recorded on Sun, 16th March 2014.

[MP3] Episode 25 – Where’s Nev?.
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Show Notes

  • Welcome to the Pig and Whistle.
  • Marcus can’t remember where he left Nev.
  • Nev gives us the scope on the Warlords of Draenor announcement
  • A boost to level 90 – so what?

Resources mentioned in the podcast:

  • Contact Marcus Ty on Twitter @MarcusTy
  • Contact Nev on Twitter @NevAHaddict
  • Nev’s Blog Auction House Addict
  • Email Marcus at JournalofMarcusTy.com
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Journal of Marcus Ty Podcast – Episode 24

Journal of Marcus Ty Podcast

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Welcome to episode twenty four of the Marcus Ty series of gold making podcasts. In this episode your host, Marcus Ty, and Nev of the Blog Auction House Addict, share their thoughts, hints and tips on gold making in the Mists of Pandaria expansion.

As usual Nev updates us on the latest news from the front and Marcus continues to sort out his recording bugs.

The topic of this weeks podcast is ‘The Gold Making Mindset’. Marcus and Nev talk about the mindset needed to start making gold and to achieve the ultimate goal of a million gold in Warcraft.

This podcast was recorded on Sat, 1st March 2014.

[MP3] Episode 24 – The Gold Making Mindset.
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Show Notes

  • Welcome to the Pig and Whistle.
  • Marcus attempts to subdue his recording equipment.
  • Nev gives us the news from the front
  • The mindset of making gold in Mist of Pandaria

Resources mentioned in the podcast:

  • Contact Marcus Ty on Twitter @MarcusTy
  • Contact Nev on Twitter @NevAHaddict
  • Nev’s Blog Auction House Addict
  • Email Marcus at JournalofMarcusTy.com
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Journal of Marcus Ty Podcast – Episode 23

Journal of Marcus Ty Podcast

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Welcome to episode twenty three of the Marcus Ty series of gold making podcast. In this episode your host, Marcus Ty, and Nev of the Blog Auction House Addict, share their thoughts, hints and tips on gold making in the Mists of Pandaria expansion.

Nev give us the latest news from the front and how a famous professions blogger is to retire.

Love is in the air and Nev and Marcus explain some of the hints and tips for making gold with the air thick with cheap scent in the Pig and Whistle.

This podcast was recorded on Friday, 14th February 2014.

[MP3] Episode 23 – The Missing Episode?
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Show Notes

  • Welcome to the Pig and Whistle.
  • Marcus and his Work / WoW balance.
  • Nev has a new machine
  • There are no puddles in Pandaria

Resources mentioned in the podcast:

  • Contact Marcus Ty on Twitter @MarcusTy
  • Contact Nev on Twitter @NevAHaddict
  • Nev’s Blog Auction House Addict
  • Email Marcus at JournalofMarcusTy.com
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Journal of Marcus Ty Podcast – Episode 22

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Welcome to episode twenty two of the Marcus Ty series of gold making podcast. In this episode your host, Marcus Ty, and Nev of the Blog Auction House Addict, share their thoughts, hints and tips on gold making in the Mists of Pandaria expansion.

Marcus reveals his latest exploits grinding reputation in Pandaria and what to factions to grind if trying to level a Jewelcrafter.

Nev and Marcus share some of their gold making hints and tips and their latest exploits when leveling alts across the various expansions.

This podcast was recorded on Saturday, 18th January 2014.

[MP3] Episode 22 – Pandarean Gold Making?
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Show Notes

  • Welcome to the Pig and Whistle.
  • Marcus has a dodgy microphone.
  • Nev reveals her love of pet collecting
  • Gold making hints and tips in Pandaria

Resources mentioned in the podcast:

  • Contact Marcus Ty on Twitter @MarcusTy
  • Contact Nev on Twitter @NevAHaddict
  • Nev’s Blog Auction House Addict
  • Email Marcus at JournalofMarcusTy.com
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Journal of Marcus Ty Podcast – Episode 21

Journal of Marcus Ty Podcast

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Welcome to episode twenty one of the Marcus Ty series of gold making podcast. In this episode your host, Marcus Ty, and Nev of the Blog Auction House Addict, share their thoughts, hints and tips on gold making with veteran Warcraft player Godmother of the blog Alt:ernative Chat.

Godmother reveals her secret to writing posts for her popular blog Alt:ernatic Chat as she pulls up a chair at the bar of the Pig and Whistle, Stormwind, and orders a large one.

Nev and Marcus share some of their gold making hints and tips to a veteran Warcraft player like Godmother and how she can streamline her gold making efforts in-game.

This podcast was recorded on Saturday, 4th January 2014.

[MP3] Episode 21 – Alt:ernative Gold Making?
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Show Notes

  • Welcome to the Pig and Whistle.
  • Godmother orders a large one.
  • Ten years of accidental gold making
  • Gold making hints and tips for veteran Warcraft players

Resources mentioned in the podcast:

  • Contact Marcus Ty on Twitter @MarcusTy
  • Contact Nev on Twitter @NevAHaddict
  • Nev’s Blog Auction House Addict
  • Godmother’s Blog ALT:ernative
  • Email Marcus at JournalofMarcusTy.com
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My Year of Making World of Warcraft gold

Big IdeaI’ve been chilling out over the holidays, fighting my way through a mountain of Christmas Pudding and cream, so I haven’t spent a great deal of time in the Auction House. I’ve also parked my army of profession alts for now, giving them some respite  from their endless toil of crafting. It’s at this time that I like to look back over the year,  reflecting on my gold making and deciding the success and failure of various strategies.

When I look back over my blog I’m surprised at the amount of content I’ve produced this past year. This is in part a response to others in the gold making community spurring me on and providing me with hints, tips and suggestions for blog posts and articles. It’s also a response to my followers and subscribers who regularly tweet and email me with a variety of ideas and suggestions for future topics or simply to ask me for help.

It was one such subscriber who, having listened to me chat with Jim Younkin on his live stream, suggested I should create my own podcast. And so the Journal of Marcus Ty Podcast was born.

Now, I knew in theory how a Podcast worked and what I had to do, but knowing something and doing it are two different things. It’s what I tell new players when it comes to making gold in the Auction House: you can read about this stuff all you like but sooner or later you just have get in there and be a player. Needless to say I turned to Jim for advice and being a supportive kind of bloke, he pointed me to one of his many articles on the subject to get me on track. So thanks to Jim the Podcast got off to a good start.

Now, Jim and I have been gold-capped for many years. In fact, I’ve lost count of the millions of gold Jim has accumulated. I idle between 1-2million gold across my various alts, but Jim keeps ploughing on accumulating more and more gold. When I remind Jim that it’s only virtual gold, he always replies: ‘Yes, but it’s my virtual gold!’ This inspired me to write a post for Cold Blogging Carnival called What Drives a Gold Maker earlier in the year.

Episode One of the JMT Podcast launched on March 16th. If you listen to the first show – just for a laugh – you’ll hear this British guy banging on about the Auction House in a very formal BBC voice. I’ve since been asked to do the ‘Shipping Forecast’. A lovely lady from New York wrote on iTunes: ‘Don’t know anything about making gold, just love listening to the British accent’. If you want to start your own podcast I would always recommend interviewing a guest or having a co-host.

As it turns out I was fortunate to interview Erik Dekker of the blog The Golden Crusade and Cold of the blog Cold’s Gold Factory for some great episodes. But it was when interviewing Nev of the blog Auction House Addict that things really clicked and Nev has been my co-host on the show ever since. It’s largely thanks to Nev’s input into the show and her relaxed style that the show has continued to gain followers and remains interesting to do. In fact Nev and I can talk for hours on any subject. So much so that I normally have about three hours of material to edit down for the one hour show each recording session!

Half way through the year came the release of the patch 5.3. There were no major changes to the WoW gold economy and I summarized the state of play in the post What’s Been Making Gold in Patch 5.3-Escalation.

It was around about the same time that Trade Skill Master 2 was released. There were many changes to the program and some players were unhappy about having to re-learn and reconfigure the new program. Needless to say the new changes were eventually well received. It was during that time that I received a lot of requests for help on setting up the new TSM2 so I wrote a review come mini guide: TSM2 Review and it became a regular topic on the JMT Podcast.

As we moved through summer  I searched and explored new and not so new markets to exploit. I went back to basics and made a good profit snatching undervalued items from the Auction House and flipping them. This technique works best if you employ a little automation so I wrote a post on how to set up Shopping Lists in TSM2.

As the summer waned , Blizzard was preparing to launch the next patch 5.4. Nev and I discussed how to prepare for the new patch in Episode Eleven of the JMT Podcast. I explained that I had been buying up stacks of Living Steel, anticipating the demand from the new Engineering recipes that were in the pipeline. I must have spent around 70,000g on Living Steel at below market price of around 300g on my server in preparation.

Patch 5.4 was released in September, around the time of my birthday. Nev was kind enough to sing me ‘Happy Birthday, Mr Co-Host’ in the breathless style of Marilyn Monroe in Episode Thirteen of the JMT Podcast which, needless to say, went down well with our listeners. Nev went on to give some tips on questing on the Timeless Isle. In the Auction House I made a killing selling all of my stock of Living Steel for around 550-600g a bar over the first week of the new patch.

As the Summer greens of the leaves in my little corner of England started to turn to the yellow ochres and reds of the Fall, I spent more and more time grinding on the Timeless Isle – or TimeSuck Isle as one follower tweeted. I became obsessed with trying to complete the Noodle Cart quest and it became a topic on the podcast and in a post called Dude, Where’s My Noodle Cart. Always ready to talk about food, Nev and I discussed Cooking and the secondary professions in the making of Warcraft gold.

As patch 5.4 wore on I noticed spikes in the  price of Living Steel as players set about crafting the new Engineering recipes. Once they had generated enough of Jard’s Peculiar Energy Source they would splurge their gold on Living Steel to make the new Sky Golem Mount. There was a big debate on whether, as gold makers, we should craft the mount and attempt to sell it on the Auction House or simply keep the first mount. I expressed my view in the post Making Gold with the Sky Golem Mount.

As the Fall turned to Winter I revisited making gold with Pandarean Cooking. This got me back into Fishing – which is not the fastest way to make gold – but it aloud me to chill out, away from the endless grind of the Timeless Isle. It also inspired me to write the post Making Gold with Ben of the Booming Voice.

As the year came to its end Blizzard finally announced the new Warlords of Draenor expansion. There were going to be changes to the professions and levels that I thought would affect the Warcraft economy and I summarized my thoughts in the post Warlords Expansion Gold Making Impact.

I had made so much gold during the last patch that I maxed-out the gold limit on my banking alt 999,999.99. and had to post the surplus to my other alts to receive my sales. I was by now just keeping my crafting and trading ticking over. I needed a new incentive to keep making gold. I mentioned this to Nev so we decided to devote the last few shows of the podcast to making gold at the lower levels and I wrote the post Making Gold By The Seashore which also became the topic of the podcast. The final show and post ended the year with the Making Gold During Feast of Winterveil and Nev having to put up with my bad jokes.

So next year Nev and I are planning more topics for the podcast and I’m going to start my Horde project. I’ve always played mainly Alliance characters and next year I want to create a new Horde character and level to 90. From a gold making perspective I will blog about starting out with zero gold and see how much I can accumulate on this new character. I’ll still be discussing more advanced topics and as usual, searching out new markets.

I’m also in the process of writing a Kindle version of my guide Auction House Secrets which I hope to release in the New Year. So watch this space.

Until the next time this is Marcus Ty wishing you a happy and prosperous New Year!

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Journal of Marcus Ty Podcast – Episode 20

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Welcome to episode twenty of the Marcus Ty series of gold making podcast. In this episode your host, Marcus Ty, and Nev of the Blog Auction House Addict, celebrate the gold making strategies for new players during the Feast of Winter Veil.

Marcus tells of his egg-ploits  from the sale of small eggs which upsets some gold makers who believe it’s a strategy that’s beneath them.

Nev discusses the challenges of making gold at the lower levels and her project of making gold for only 15mins a playing session.

This podcast was recorded on Saturday, 21st of December 2013.

[MP3] Episode 20 – Eggs is Eggs?
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Show Notes

  • Welcome to the Pig and Whistle.
  • Marcus tells Egg-actly how to make gold.
  • Nev’s 15 min wonder
  • Making gold during Winter Veil
  • Wishing our listeners a Happy Holiday

Resources mentioned in the podcast:

  • Contact Marcus Ty on Twitter @MarcusTy
  • Contact Nev on Twitter @NevAHaddict
  • Nev’s Blog Auction House Addict
  • Email Marcus at JournalofMarcusTy.com
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Teaching Old Gold Makers How To Make A Profit

Gold Capped

Gold Capped

My Dad always told me that you can’t teach an old dog new tricks. What he didn’t tell me was apparently you can’t teach an old gold maker old tricks! At least when it comes to making a profit. There are many strategies in World of Warcraft for making gold but not all of them are suitable across all the levels. To make gold in WoW you need to be able to maximize the capital sitting in your bags as efficiently as possible to turn it into more gold. That, Friend they call making a profit.

It can be hard for some of the old gold makers out there to remember what is was like to make gold in the early levels. They look down from atop their pile of gold at those just starting out in the game and deride their efforts because, well it doesn’t meet with their lofty standards. What they forget is that the gold making strategies they use as mature gold makers are not always suitable for players new to the game and the Auction House. So I wasn’t too surprised when one old goblin took me to task for the selling of Small Eggs at this time of Winter Veil.

Making  Warcraft Gold During Feast of Winter Veil

Now I shouldn’t be too hard on the old goblin because it’s easy to lose sight of some basic gold making principles when you have a few quid in the bank. As a mature gold maker myself with several million gold scattered over several alts on my main server, I try hard not to make the same mistake. In fact, many of you who follow me will know that my blog is dedicated to helping new players make gold in the game. The strategies I use as a mature gold maker with several level 90 alts, maxed-out in various professions with a million gold under my belt are not the strategies I teach to new players trying to level their professions with little spare capital to play with.

Which brings me to the selling of Small Eggs during the time of Winter Veil.

Now for some reason this seemed to upset my fellow gold maker (who I really have a lot of time for). Surely it was beneath us to make gold this way? And during the holidays!

Blimey!

Selling Small Eggs, he states, is something of a legend. Now, if what he meant was that it’s a great way to make gold in the early levels, he’s right! I always try to use the selling of Small Eggs as an example of the 5 Goblin Principles of Auction House Trading:

  • Sell what players need
  • Sell at the right price
  • Sell at the right amount
  • Sell at the right time
  • Sell at a profit

If you have read my earlier post you’ll know that selling of Small Eggs during Winter Veil works time after time. This is because you’re selling what’s in demand. Of course you have to sell them at the right price and at the right time. In my example I farmed for 15mins and posted my 4 stacks of eggs  on the eve of Winter Veil in stacks of 5 at 500% market price (they were selling on average 0.90g an egg on my server at the time). The next day they all sold making me a great profit.

My fellow gold maker wasn’t impressed. I had spent 15mins farming my eggs and this was not an efficient use of my time. Well, this is true and I always say that grinding and farming are not the most efficient ways to make gold. In my Post Making  Warcraft Gold During Feast of Winter Veil I state that:

The quickest way to make gold is the Auction House.

But if you’re a new player with little capital it helps to know where to farm small eggs – even if it takes you 15mins. At the lower levels, you’re probably grinding those mobs anyway.

Now, if as a new player you can afford to buy Small Eggs during off-peak times for silver from the Auction House you’ll probably make just as much gold, only more efficiently. In fact Small Eggs on average were selling for a little under 1g before Winter Veil and anywhere from 5-10g each during the holiday. If I had bought my eggs from the Auction House for 1 g and sold them for 5g (not a huge mark up) I still would have made a 400% profit. In fact many players tweeted me to say that it what they did.

My fellow gold maker was still not impressed. No, cranking out gems with your Jewelcrafter is the way to go. It only takes 1.5sec a gem.

I love this kind of logic. He’s assuming, of course,  he hasn’t had to buy the ore or spend an age prospecting it as part of his time. But lets assume he buys his uncut gems from the Auction House and crafts them into more profitable cuts – a great gold making strategy, providing you have the capital and have leveled your Jewelcrafting to make profitable cuts. Most cuts at the early levels of a profession are just not profitable. And that goes for many of the professions.

And he’s also assuming he sells all his cuts on the first Auction. More likely he spent the first day of Winter Veil standing by the mail box pickup up his expired sales while players queued in the Auction House to buy my Small but profitable Eggs.

EGG-ACTLY!

Here’s wishing all my fellow gold makers – new and old – a happy holiday and a profitable New Year.

Marcus

 

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Making Warcraft Gold During Feast of Winter Veil

Gingerbread-cookieIt was the eve before Winter Veil and all along the shore, players were grinding for small eggs and lots more. Yes, it’s the Feast of Winter Veil in Azeroth which means Egg Nog, Preserved Holly and Winter Garb . It also means there’s gold to made during this time of festive merriment.

I love this holiday in Azeroth – a time of Grandfather Winter, The Abominable Greench and stolen reindeer. Of course, as a maker of gold, it’s also a time to do some serious trading and to make some gold selling all those things that players are looking for during this festive time of merriment and questing.

The Feast of Winter Veil provides a good example of how the supply and demand of items are affected by seasonal activities occurring throughout the year in Azeroth. During these times, many players head for the Auction House and buy up the items  they need to complete many of the seasonal quests and achievements. If you time it right you can anticipate this demand and snatch cheap mats from the Auction House to flip for a great profit or – if you’re in your early levels and in need of a little seed capital – grind a short while for easy to gather items.

Now many new gold makers make the mistake of thinking that because an item is easy to gather, other players will be unwilling to splash the cash. This is far from true. Just think about your own buying habits. How many of you have paid extra to have an item gift wrapped in a department store? As the goblins say: “Time is money, Friend”.

So what are the gold making strategies for the Feast of Winter Veil? Well, buying cheap mats from the Auction House before the holiday and then flipping the items for a profit during the holiday at peak demand works every time. As I’ve said in many posts over the years: “The Auction House is the quickest way to make gold in World of Warcraft”

 

Item Use
Small Eggs Gingerbread Cookies, Egg Nog
Bolt of Woolen Cloth (4) Winter Clothes
Bolt of Runecloth (4) Winter Clothes
Rugged Leather (4) Winter Boots
Copper Bar Winter Boots
Deeprock Salt Preserved Holly

 

Small Eggs are very easy to grind as many flying mobs at level 7-11 will drop them. For the Alliance, my favorite place is the Longshore, Westfall where Greater Fleshripper can be found beside the decomposing corpse of a great fish. They spawn at an incredible rate and nearly always drop Small Eggs. For the Horde, try the Crazed Dragonhawk of Eversong Woods. I normally grind for 15-20mins and always come away with 3-4 stacks of eggs which sell for a great profit.

This is also a great time for the Tailors. Pick up the patterns for Winter Clothes from the Smokeywood vendors, on sale during the holiday if you don’t have already these. Of course, if you’re not a tailor then hopefully you have snatched cheap Wool and Runecloth to resell at an exorbitant price! If you’re a Tailor make sure you turn your Cloth into bolts as it will sell much better.

The same strategy applies to Leatherworkers. Crank out those Winter Boots! If not a Leatherworker then snatch cheap Rugged Leather and resell above market price for a good profit.

Deeprock salt is needed for the quest The Hero of the Day to make Preserved Holly. Try grinding the Vault Warder of Uldarman which have good drops of this item.

Happy Holidays!

Marcus

 

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Making World of Warcraft Gold By The Sea Shore

Seashore

When it comes to making wow gold at the lower levels, location can be everything. No matter if you’re Alliance or Horde, where you quest and your journey through the land of Azeroth can present you with some great gold making opportunities. This was the theme that we explored over at the JMT Podcast Epsiode 19 where Nev and I packed our bucket and spade and left the cozy tavern of the Pig and Whistle (Stormwind) and headed down to the seashore for some low level gold making.

Starting Out

It can be hard to make gold when you first start playing World of Warcraft. Not that the techniques of gold making are especially difficult, it’s just that many players in their early levels struggle to understand the basic mechanics of the wow gold economy and are slow to build their initial seed capital, needed to exploit the gold making potential of the Auction House. But there are gold making opportunities throughout the land of Azeroth, even if you’re only a level 10 player. You just have to put your gold-making brain into gear (the best addon in the game) and ask yourself a few basic questions:

  • Do the mobs in this location drop profitable items?
  • Do these mobs spawn rapidly?
  • Can surplus quest items be sold on the Auction House?
  • Are there secondary mobs to grind that drop valuable items?
  • What can I Mine, Gather, Fish and Skin in this location?

A good example are the many quests that lead you to the seashore.

Gold Making By The Seashore

Sooner or later, players in their early levels start to quest by the seashore. This type of location is awash with gold making opportunities – providing you know what to look out for. A good example of this type of location is Westfall, although any similar location in Kalimdor will play the same.

Westfall has a very long shoreline called, unsurprisingly, the Longshore. The shoreline is teaming with mobs found typically in these locations such as Murlocs and Shore Crawlers (Crabs). Now here’s the thing:

Nearly all mobs along the sea shore drop some form of clam and clams can be very profitable.

 Make Gold With Clams

Clam Meat Pearl
Small Barnacled Clam Clam Meat Small Lustrous Pearl
Thick-Shelled Clam Tangy Clam Meat Iridescent Pearl
Big-Mouth Clam Zesty Clam Meat Black Pearl, Golden Pearl
Jaggal Clam Jaggal Clam Meat Jaggal Pearl, Shadow Pearl
Brooding Darkwater Clam Succulent Clam Meat Northsea Pearl, Siren’s Tear
Abyssal Clam Blood Shrimp Darkfathom Pearl (Junk)

Clams are profitable because their Meats are used in a wide variety of Cooking recipes and because they contain valuable pearls. The clams that drop at this level (lvl 10-20) are Small Barnacled Clams which, when opened, contain Clam Meat and Small Lustrous Pearls, both of which are in demand on the Auction House and can be sold for a good profit.

Players questing at this location will probably be grinding the Murlocs which will drop clams; but, the Shore Crawlers spawn at an incredible rate and drop valuable Meats – in addition to clams – such as Crawler Meat and Crawler Claws. The Crawler Meat is used to in Cooking to make, unsurprisingly, Crab Cakes and the Crawler Claws used in the recipe for Cooked Crab Claw.

Tip: Seek out Kendor Kabonka in the Pig and Whistle, Stormwind for this recipe.

Now of course the great advantage of questing by the seashore is the great fishing. Love it or hate it, the secondary profession of Fishing provides you wish some great gold making opportunities. By the Longshore you’ll find many pools of the fish Oily Blackmouth which are in demand from the Alchemists for the reagent Blackmouth Oil. Also, look out for floating wreckage. When fishing in the wreckage there is the chance of bonus catches of loot.

If you’re a Herbalist, then you might try your luck at gathering Stranglekelp which is normally found under the water, not far from the shoreline, but in the case of Westfall it might be slim pickings.

So, Friend. The next time you find yourself questing by the seashore, take time to survey the gold making opportunities that run, crawl and swim along the shoreline.

Marcus

 

 

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Journal of Marcus Ty Podcast – Episode 19

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Welcome to episode nineteen of the Marcus Ty series of gold making podcast. In this episode your host, Marcus Ty, and Nev of the Blog Auction House Addict, go gold making by the sea shore in World of Warcraft.

Marcus has a new Mac which caused some technical difficulties but rewarded the Mage with improved graphics that demonstrate the brilliance of the Warcraft universe.

Marcus and Nev discuss the challenges of making gold at the lower levels and Marcus gives tips on how to make gold when first starting out in Azeroth.

This podcast was recorded on Saturday, 7th of December 2013.

[MP3] Episode 19 – Who’s a scuba diver, Nev?
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Show Notes

  • Welcome to the Pig and Whistle.
  • Marcus tells of his Big Mac.
  • Nev’s 15 min wonder
  • Making gold at the lower levels
  • Finding gold on the sea shore
  • Essex divers do it deeper

Resources mentioned in the podcast:

  • Contact Marcus Ty on Twitter @MarcusTy
  • Contact Nev on Twitter @NevAHaddict
  • Nev’s Blog Auction House Addict
  • Email Marcus at JournalofMarcusTy.com
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