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2-07-2008 @ 7:39PM
Guilds sell raid spots or BoP raid drops (by inviting potential buyers along) all the time... but when it's PvP it's wrong?I think buying your PvP points is lame and people do it for all the wrong reasons... but in my mind it's no worse than buying PvE raid drops.
2-07-2008 @ 7:43PM
All the more reason I say that PvP has little to no place in WoW. Blizzard can't seem to design a cheat resistant system, why bother with it at all.
2-07-2008 @ 8:41PM
You can't sell guilds and have the buyers getting epics for wiping on the first trash pull. And unless you really, really have something on farm it is hard to sell raid spots. This isn't pre-BC where good guilds could 25 man most raids and so sell 15 spots. Now days spot buyers need to be competent and semi-geared. Plus you aren't even getting into the top tier raids without the massive rooster block of attunement. If five guys could drag twenty guys in greens through BT, it would be equivalent to arena points selling.
2-07-2008 @ 9:26PM
Actually raptor.. selling a 5v5 spot would be like selling 1/5th your raid in BT.. not 4/5ths... and this has been done..all you gotta do is tell people where to stand..I remember a time in kara when my guild was young, resto shaman/warrior/paladin finished prince from phrase 3 on?let me help you out, resto shamans can earth shield to death, with some thrown in mana tides, the paladin could holy shock.. but couldn't cause he was constantly healingthat warrior took prince from something like 30% to dead.. moral of the story.. yea it was hard.. but if 3 people took prince down.. 20/25 can take down parts of a bt raid.whew, sorry for grammatical errors.. Im to tired to care
2-08-2008 @ 4:15AM
A lot of Hyjal/BT guilds sell spots in SSC/TK farm raids at exorbitant prices. And people buy these spots, given that people need these to get into Hyjal/BT guilds. Guilds with the game on farm sell spots in Hyjal/BT for even higher prices.People will pay thousands of gold for the plums. More power to the people.
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