When WotLK came out, I rushed to assemble MOLL-E, knowing that she represented nearly unlimited storage space. By mailing stacks of devout candles, honeymint tea and other non-soulbound supplies to my engineer from my other characters, I had access to them whenever I needed. When her bags filled up, I’d drop the mailbox and send my accumulated greys, whites and greens off to my alts. Even with the old 4-hour cooldown on MOLL-E, it became my favorite engineering toy.
But now I have Jeeves, who will repair, sell me candles, buy my junk, and give me bank access even in a battleground. I don’t know how I lived without him.
I’m trying to brainstorm ways to get the most out of him. For example, what’s a butler if he can’t serve drinks?
The first step was to maximize my bank storage. I replaced all the old bags in there with Glacial Bags, and ditched all the old stuff I was hanging on to for some mysterious reason. (Goodbye, Marks of Thrallmar!) I ended up with about forty empty slots.
Then I ran by the Hungry Beast to buy my chef’s hat, sixteen stacks of Tundra Berries and eight stacks of Savory Snowplum. Forty stacks of Kungaloosh takes 1 minute twenty seconds to make if you’re wearing a chef’s hat. And not only is the unit cost of Kungaloosh significantly cheaper than the unit cost of Honeymint Tea (3.6 silver each vs. 5.5 silver each), it will--and this is the most critical element of this undertaking--get you drunk.
“Jeeves? Jeeves! Another chilled Kungaloosh from the vault, man. And make it a yellow umbrella this time…the blue ones clash with my glowing eyesockets.”
“Very well, mistress.”
All I need now is a Lifelike Titanium Poolboy.