The video quality is HORRIBLE actually...
Back at level 70 I didn't use my professions nor the Auction House wisely. I got my gold the way everybody does, the hardest way of them all, by farming. Being me, I was never happy with the "normal" way things are done. I detested farming elementals at the Elemental Plateu. I refused to roll a gathering profession. No matter how profitable they may or may not be, I always felt they had one major flaw: They were outdoors. You would have to compete with others. So I started thinking about Enchanting. Instances. And low level shards and dust.
So I started testing. Countless runs to all the level 60, and quite a few of the entry level TBC instances as well, to find an optimal balance between time spent and profit. You can't do an instance more often than 5 times an hour. That's a natural limit. So what I needed was the instance that I by myself could go in, get the maximum number of shards and dust, and return to the entrance within 12 minutes. Stratholme Baron side proved to be the one.
At it's best, when twinking was frequent, but before the WotLK talents kicked in, I earned 600g+ per hour. I farmed my epic flying in a day. When WotLK came I had close to a hundred thousand gold. Just from farming.
Anyway, without further delay, here is my age old low bandwidth video. I found it kind of funny to see my beloved druid with a season 2 arena weapon, and a blue & black Cat Form:
Here's another video back from level 60, when Goldpaw was still a resto druid. I didn't go feral until somewhere in BWL. I was feral DPS and number 5 on the charts on our first 40 player Nefarian kill. I felt good!
This video is from the first raiding guild I was in, the Shadow Weavers on the Dragonblight EU PvE realm. And it's my first Onyxia kill ever. And it features Goldpaw looking damn fine in her Cenarion Raiment!