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6-01-2007 @ 9:16PM
This is an extraordinarly naive suggestion on my part, but if Blizzard would do a better job pricing in game objects and controlling drop rates, you would not need all this gold.For example, epic flying mounts. Sure I can spend hours and days playing to raise the 5000 GP I need, but if I can't play for more then a few hours a week, this goal is far off and difficult to obtain. So it's easier for me to buy the gold off of someone else. Same with some of the better BOE equipment. If it dropped more often, I wouldn't have to pay 100+ gp in the AH. I applaud Blizzard for going after gold famers, but I'd like to see them revisit their own economy as well. Setting goals is one thing, setting goals so high that they cause people to buy gold is another.And no, I don't accept the "well you could just do without" line either. If I want an Epic flying mount, I should be able to obtain it with a medium amount of effort, not a maximum amount.
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