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6-22-2007 @ 1:22PM
World of Warcraft is Blizzard's game. They do not want people farming gold in game who are going to sell it for actual money outside the game. Unless they decide one day to reverse this position they will stop gold farmers. I agree with them, I do not want people involving real world with the game. I like my game world being free of real world. I also agree with commenter #1.WoW already succeeded, now they are just milking it for all they can get. When the costs of maintaining WoW rise above their income, they'll stop.I can't see how allowing gold farmers will make them more money. Blizzard is definitely not setting themselves up for failure by banning gold farmers.
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