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3-15-2007 @ 5:16AM
Mike, you have it right. 5000g is too much.I can't understand Blizz. On one hand they make gold much more plentiful in Outland and I think "Yes, this will be another nail in the coffin of the WoW gold buying market" and THEN they make the price of the Epic flying mount 5000g and completely undermine their previous efforts.The fact is that your average part-time WoW player will not be able to afford 5000g not for a very long time after reaching 70. I have two 67th level chars and I still only have 1200g between them. Neither of them has been able to afford the riding skill cost required for epic land mounts until recently.So now when I see someone with an epic flying mount I think to myself that person has bought WoW gold.So well done Blizz. You've given a much wanted boost to the WoW gold sellers.
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