So as I foresaw in my last blog post, I think I've finally reached the point where I've lost interest in SWTOR again, so I've started to pick up my garrison activities and leveling in a bit more earnest now.
I've got two toons to finish up in order to reach the stated goal of having a max level toon of each class for each faction. My alliance warrior is current at level 87 and working his way through Pandaria. I've then got a pandaren monk that is sitting in Hellfire Peninsula at level 61.
I've gone back to looking working on my garrison's more regularly to keep the flow of gold coming. All 11 of my characters on the Horde side have fully outfitted garrisons with all their followers at 675 and all are essentially always maxed on garrison resources as well so they can continue to use the Trading Post to make lots and lots of money.
With those 11 toons, I tend to average somewhere around 6-10K gold per day, so if Legion goes live around the end of September as expected, I should be able to conservatively add another million gold to the pile by then.
I've also started to do the same thing on the alliance side. At this point, I've only got 6 toons that are fully equipped, 3 that I'm working on and then the two that are still leveling, so needless to say, things aren't nearly as lucrative alliance side for me, but I'm still amassing a pretty reasonable cash horde on the alliance side as well (see what I did there?)
I'm hoping to finish up the alliance warrior sometime in the next week or two and then focus on the monk.
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