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11-14-2006 @ 8:39AM
@ QStrike: How much different is it to buy a flying mount to experience all of the Outlands content then it is to need a raiding guild/alliance in order to experience all the content Azeroth offers? If you're in a small guild you probably haven't seen Onyxia, MC, BWL, AQ, ZG, or Naxx. These are all instances that require 20 or more well-equipped adventurers to successfully enter and conquer all the content. I know of people on my server (Silver Hand) that have played for the last 2 years since Release that have yet to see the Onyxia encounter. Yet they obviously have paid out at least $300 total in monthly fees to Blizzard. It's all in what you make of this game.The good news is that quest reward money and item value scales up appropriately in TBC. I saw a post on the Beta forums of one person who made it to 61 and had gained well over 300 gold in that one level, and that was after buying skills, profession upgrades, and new spells. I think if you were to scale that upwards, 5000 gold probably wouldn't be too difficult to achieve.
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