Getting the most out of your workers is key to funding a successful game, and that means gathering gold and timber as economically as you can. Each faction begins with five employees. Right off the bat, you will want three on stone, one on lumber, and one for construction. You will want to increase that amount to classic wow gold the maximum of five percent mine as soon as you can, and at least four on timber.
There are some differences between the factions you'll want to know about, too. Orcs and Humans are the same, with workers manually chopping down trees and disappearing into gold mines to accumulate stone, then walking the resources back to your Hall construction. Therefore, you'll want Halls as close to gold mines as possible. If, for any reason, you have to build one additional than the minimal space, you will want more than the five workers to compensate for the lost time.
Night Elf employees, known as Wisps, need to Entangle a Gold Mine to collect from it, that takes 60 minutes. Once built, Wisps could be'loaded' into the mine, gathering gold without needing to move. Being the environmental sort, they likewise don't ruin trees while gathering lumber, like the other factions. Pop a wisp onto a shrub, and it is going to float around gathering lumber for the rest of the game.
The Undead have a special gold arrangement -- a Haunted Gold Mine. Like Night Elf Wisps, Undead Acolytes remain on the mine and collect automatically. In 100 seconds, building one is slower compared to buy wow gold classic the Entangled Gold Mine, but Undead Acolytes don't have to stick around in one place to build, instead summoning a portal that attracts their constructions into existence. When the portal is summoned, they're free to start other jobs.