Sunday, February 17, 2013

20 days of gold-making: a wrap-up

This will be my final post as part of the 20 Days of Gold Making series.

After crawling out of the bottomless cavern Blizzard affectionately refers to as pet battles and grimacing at the searing pain mere light inflicts on my eyeballs, I was surprised and happy to see Nev's 20 Days of Gold Making Challenge still thriving and, even more, the list of participants growing. By my count, twenty days had passed, but to be fair I don't really know how these things work. I'm just grateful she suggested such a challenge.

In addition to connecting with and learning about other gold makers both casual and hardcore, Nev's exercise nudged me towards organizing my own approach: I now at least have an idea about the sorts of things I'll write about in this space. Chasing the Gold Cap was borne out of answering a question about goals, and I'm having a ridiculous amount of fun writing it. So thank you, Nev, and to all of the participants who answered, shared, tweeted, retweeted and connected with one another.

If you have a WoW blog you keep current, you can bet I'll be a reader. If you're not listed amongst the blogs below, please leave me a comment...I'd like to see what you're doing. Be warned: I'm a lurker. If you see hits from Wisconsin in your analytics, that could be me.

Current Reading List

Most of these aren't strictly gold-making blogs, though some did participate in Nev's 20 days. Please check them out.

Admiring Azeroth
Alternative Chat
Auction House Addict
Curse of Exhaustion
Grown Up Gamer
Memoirs of a Pet Collector
Phat Lewt's
To All the Squirrels
Vault of Light
Way of the Totem
WoW Tipper


  1. I've recently started a WoW blog at My Day 18 of Nev's challenge should be up in just a few minutes. I'd love to have you stop by. Also, I am enjoying your "Chasing the gold cap" series, so keep it going.

  2. A self-confessed lurker - love it!! and Hello Ross, I've been enjoying your Chasing the Gold Cap posts :)

  3. :) Thanks for the comment. Lurker for least, old habits die hard.