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6-02-2007 @ 11:37AM
How is this different? It's quite simple.There are, in theory, an infinite amount of epics that will drop in raids. Ergo, paying to receive these epics from a high end raid group is just like paying to buy an item off the AH (which also theoretically have an infinite amount). It doesn't harm the system in the least.By contrast, there is most DEFINANTLY a finite amount of titles and mounts awarded through the arena season. The top 0.5%. That's what bracket you have to be in to get anything. With this limited amount of supply and an incredible amount of demand, what D&T is doing is tantamount to stealing.
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