You'll be capable of turning them into at an MPC in a quest that can be repeated which WoTLK Gold
will provide you with short-term buffs which you'll be capable of using while playing in Icecrown. Based on the character you're doing your farming with, there's going to be plenty of them that are going help you increase the amount of food you harvest whether it's by increasing damage or providing the ability to monitor your health or even sustain it to allow you to battle more frequently, making the farm more effective than it was before.
However, in the top spot we'll be taking an examination of guard keep single-farming, which is a possibility that's going not be accessible to everyone. It's going to be a little more difficult than the majority of open-world farms. However, it does come with some advantages too, one of which will be the possibility that you don't need to compete with anyone other than you for mobs. The mobs drop gold at an approximately equal amount to mobs when you solo at level 80.
If you're killing humans or at or near that point it is at least my tests anyway. But, having said that it's a much more enjoyable farm to run. From my point of view I thoroughly enjoyed working on Legion farms and soloing activities that were intended to be group-based content. I also enjoyed it being a little bit more difficult to the point that I actually died while trying to capture this footage however, this was mostly because of a lack of macro configuration on the server WoTLK Classic Gold
that is in beta at the moment.