Find an MMORPG player who wishes they couldn’t give up their daytime job and devote themselves to living it up in the likes of Azeroth, Vana’diel, Norrath, Elmore, Aden, or New Eden and the rest of us will be asking what fantasy planet you must already be living on. Making real money by playing with your wow characters is completely possible—and practical for anyone who could use a little extra cash. And who couldn’t?
Although some MMORPGs may frown on transactions that involve real money, such as RMT (real-money trading), learning how to sell a wow account, an Eve Account, an ffxi account, everquest accounts, or Lineage 2 Accounts is a completely legal and profitable way to make some spare cash. Get good enough at it and quitting your daytime job may not be just a dream!
Some MMORPG games even encourage real money transactions. Some people wouldn’t even bother playing a MMORPG as often as they do if their Eve Accounts, WOW Accounts, FFXI Accounts, EverQuest Accounts, and Lineage 2 Accounts weren’t high-level enough for them to actually enjoy what they’re doing. Not everyone is a pro at gaining experience and/or skill points!
But you are! And you’re exactly the type of player who can make serious money selling wow accounts, an ffxi account, Eve Accounts, everquest accounts, or Lineage 2 Accounts. Level up wow characters or Eve Characters, for example, and load them with the greatest equipment or amount of skill points you can. Then go through an MMORPG Accounts store service to sell the Eve Accounts, Final Fantasy XI Accounts, Lineage 2 Accounts, EverQuest Accounts, or World of Warcraft Accounts you’ve built up. You could easily make hundreds of, or even over a thousand, dollars with the sale of a single high-level MMORPG Account!
Even low-level wow accounts, FFXI Accounts, Lineage 2 Accounts, EverQuest Accounts, or Eve Accounts can earn you a little extra cash, especially if they have some rare item or a lot of virtual currency. The more time you put into your wow characters, the more money you can sell your wow account for, but you could even make a business out of selling fairly low- or average-leveled wow, ffxi, Lineage 2, EverQuest, or Eve Characters with a little something extra added, like the Mist Silk Cape from FFXI’s Spiny Spipi.
Sell a wow account and encourage someone who gave up on their wow characters to give World of Warcraft another try. Sell FFXI Accounts and someone who loved the original Final Fantasy games for the epic storylines might think that FFXI is worth their time—because they can skip the tedious hours leveling up. Sell Eve Accounts and someone who doesn’t have time to do the hours of leveling up that the game requires can finally see what all the fuss is about.
Selling wow accounts and other MMORPG accounts can totally disprove your mother’s warning that playing games was a “waste of time.” Not only will you earn enough to pay your subscription fee for a month—or maybe even your rent—but you’ll be helping encourage other players to get back into the game! (Although perhaps their mothers won’t thank you for that!)