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10-13-2006 @ 1:58PM
Not that I see any creative commenting on this post to begin with, but I still feel that it is my duty to respond.In my opinion, the selling of keys is more the issue than the buying, just as it is with the commerce of gold. To sell a key that Blizzard has given you in order to help them test their product, lends to the idea that there is no particular difference between nooblet-griefer-duelshire-gamer-guy or über-naxx-raid-leader-gamer-guy's abilities to accurately test the game's new content and features. I feel that this is sorely mistaken, and that Blizzard has made better choices on whom should test their wares than someone's pocketbook (or lack thereof) ever could.Buying the key? Now that's a horse of a different color. To buy a key for an astronomical price (in most people's eyes) after the key is already on the market, is completely at the discretion of the individual, and that discretion should come without persecution. Like #9 stated; it is, after all, their money to spend.
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