Top 5 Most Expensive BoE Items In WoW
Let’s keep it real here – the economy inside World of Warcraft has gone through some rough periods. With the constantly increasing inflation and everything currently in Legion, we have a plethora of expensive items to choose from.
Ever since vanilla, we kind of got used to prices going up all the time – the same will probably happen with the release of Battle For Azeroth. Anyway, today we’re going to have a closer look at the top 5 most expensive BoE items in WoW that money can buy at the moment.
I’ll highlight these five upscale bind on equip items that you can buy with real money. And for your convenience, yours truly will give you an idea of how much these cost on the auction house. Spoiler alert: one of them costs the “reasonable” two million gold!
Alright folks, brace yourselves because we’re about to start. We’re kicking off with the priciest of the bunch:
1. Sash of the Unredeemed – $399
Yes, the mighty belt that drops from The Tomb of Sargeras. We’re talking about the level 955 one and it’s definitely a great item for Mages, Priests and Warlocks. But don’t get too excited because the drop rate is around 3% from the naga Tidescale Witch mobs.
That means that there’s a pretty slim chance of this waist cloth piece dropping. To put things into perspective – it’ll drop three times for every hundred Tidescale Witch kills.
Now, let’s have a look at the stats and why it ranks at number one on our list:
- 157 Armor
- + 1.231 Intellect
- + 1.846 Stamina
- + 506 Critical Strike
- + 601 Versatility
Not bad, eh? Obviously, the lvl 955 variation of the Stash is the priciest one. For instance, let’s take a look at this stats from the undermine journal. Scroll down and voila – it sells for exactly 2.000,000 gold.
Sure, the price may vary on different servers but the reality is that this thing is expensive, deal with it. That’s why we want to make it easier for you and you can find the Stash of the Unredeemed at Player Auctions for $399 – click here.
Off to the second place now.
2. Six-Feather Fan (Titanforged) – $269
This trinket is even rarer than the Sash of the Unredeemed. Yeah, even if it’s hard to believe, this thing has a drop chance of just 0.17% – not very good indeed.
Your best bet is to farm the Swamprock Marshstompers in Highmountain. Although it’ll probably take you years to grind it – it is what it is…
It can be utilized by Hunters, Druids, Rogues, Shamans (enhancement), Monks and Demon Hunters. Here are the stats for it:
- + 1.794 Agility
- Equip: Your attacks have a chance to launch a volley of 6 Wind Bolts, each dealing 68220 Nature damage and slowing your target by 30% for 6 sec.
As awesome as it looks, the fun part is not the fact that it has a 0.17% drop rate, but the actual price on the AH. According to the undermine journal (you have to all the way down to find the AH info), the lvl 885 titanforged Six-Feather Fan is just shy of one million gold.
It costs 999.000 gold to be precise. But hey, you can get from our site for only $269, so it’s not all that bad. You’ll safe you an awful lot of time and headache, trying to grind for this elusive trinket.
3. Couldcaller’s Linked Belt – $49.99
This item is a wink to Warlods of Draenor, because it’s only level 665 and it mainly drops from the Hellfire Citadel. Actually, the word “drops” might be inacurate because this mail belt has the intriguing drop rate of… wait for it – 0.3%.
Yeah, you have a bigger chance of winning the lottery than acquiring this item. Trust me, it’s as rare as they get. But let’s have a look at the stats first:
- 120 Armor
- + 174 (Agility or Intellect)
- + 260 Stamina
- + 117 Haste
- + 113 Mastery
Hunters and Shamans of all specs, rejoice. However, the bad news is that (like I said) this belt is mega rare. The current price (according to TUJ) is 6865 gold – if you ever come across it on the auction house that is.
So, cut yourself some slack and get it from our site for a mere $49.99. Yeah, I used the word “mere” on purpose, after all, we’re talking about a 0.3% drop chance here.
4. Living Steel Breastplate – $19
The Living Steel Breastplate is a lower level item but doesn’t mean that it doesn’t hold its value. It’s a crafted item and apart from the recipe, you need 8x Living Steel and 8x Spirit of Harmony to make. Oh, did I mention that you have to be a blacksmith to do that?
This chest piece is for level 476 and can be used by Warriors, Paladins and Death Knights. And apparently, it can be found on the AH for around 43.355 gold.
And if you value your time and don’t want to grind for the materials yourself, we can get you the Living Steel Breastplate for only $19.
5. Living Steel Gauntlets – $19
Yet another lower level item (476), the Living Steel Gauntlets are also made by a blacksmith. But this time, the mats are more reasonable – 5x Living Steel and 8x Spirit of Harmony. Not that this is a walk in the park to acquire, but it’s less than what’s asked for the breastplate!
Once again, Warriors, Paladins and Death Knights of all specs can wear these gauntlets. Judging by the overall less expensive materials they demand, you can buy them via the auction house on your server for as little as 35.218 gold.
Still, not a huge difference from the chest piece – you’ll have to grind a lot to get the gauntlets on your own. That’s why we do all the hard work, while you enjoy the possession of this item for $19.
Whether you are curious about the current most expensive WoW items, or whether you’re looking for reasonable prices, this post should give you the answers you’re looking for.
Some items like the Sash of the Unredeemed will remain pricey for the time being, at least until Battle For Azeroth hits the stores. But as we all know, the inflation in World of Warcraft will continue with future expansions so certain things will always be costly.
Now, feel free to head over to our WoW items for sale page and have a look at these plus many more items available for purchase.
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