Author Archives: thesupercasual

I’m Still Here

I see Im still getting visitors. For those few of you who might be looking for a new post I am working on it. I currently have a son who is exactly 1 week old so as you can imagine … Continue reading

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Quick Hit

Just purchased Ruby Shades for 100g thanks to a combination of TUJ notifications and the Remote Auction House. In other notes, I obviously missed the last Blog Carnival on diversification and specialization. I may still put up the post but … Continue reading

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Week in Review

During the last review, we saw my limited gold due to several factors that I talked about. This week was basically a week of recovering and slowly branching out to different markets. The screen shots more or less speak for … Continue reading

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In Defense of Add-ons

So recently there was a post at Not So Secret Society (great blog btw) which was a response to a post by Cold over at Cold’s Gold Factory (another great gold blog). These two both more or less agreed the … Continue reading

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Week in Review

I hoped to get this post up yesterday. I am back in the US and have been enjoying the family time. I did get some WoW in as well. Without further ado, here are the screen shots and then I’ll … Continue reading

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Quick Update

Folks, I see I’m starting to get a few more visits. I do appreciate you reading. I am currently traveling back to the United States from where Ive been deployed with the military for the past 5 months. Obviously travel … Continue reading

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Knowing is Half the Battle

Scientia potentia est (knowledge is power) Knowledge is key to maximizing the value of your time spent in game. I think this is very critical to playing as a Super Casual. It also has fairly obvious implications for the gold … Continue reading

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