Farming WoW Tokens for Your WoW Account Part 1
With the advent of the WoW token, it’s become far easier to get a sub for your WoW account. Basically, if you’ve got the bank, you can continue on playing this fantastic sub-based MMO as, pretty much, free-to-play. Yep, that’s right, you won’t ever have to worry about that $15 a month ever again.
But it can be difficult and tedious to farm said WoW gold at times, especially if you’re playing on regions other than North America. NA, right now, has the absolute lowest price fluctuation for the WoW token and Legion isn’t going to be changing that any time soon. In fact, considering the recent old raid nerf the game has gone through, prices may even drop lower.
However, even with the nerf, farming old content is still the most surefire way to earn a ton of WoW gold without actually playing the Auction House game.
WoW Account Value: Instances to Farm
First up, we’ve got every single Cataclysm raid and this has, for the past 2 years, the greatest gold output in any old content series in WoW. These days, you can earn about 4-5k WoW gold in from these raids alone, varying only because of the RNG nature of boss loot. At level 100 and with decent gear, you can easily blaze through these instances and profit off add drops and boss drops. Of course, you may also come across a nifty BoE transmog item that may sell for a ton on your server. But this is a case-to-case basis. It may be more hassle-free for you to just vend all the drops.
Next up, we’ve got the much more time-consuming Heroic Dungeons from Mists of Pandaria. These are also going to be no problem for a max level character, but the gold output for time spent may not be worth it for some folks. With a total of 1.2-1.3k WoW gold earned from all these dungeons, folks might benefit more from other activities.
Stay tuned for a ton more other options for gold making to ensure that your WoW account stays pretty much subscribed forever in Part 2.