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2-29-2008 @ 8:15AM
It sounds like an excellent idea, I would support a "Mercenary" channel.
2-29-2008 @ 8:48AM
So long as people get more realistic with pricing I'm in. Given you can earn an easy 120g with dailies in an hour, why people thing you should run them through an instance which will take at least that long for less than 100g is beyond me. All of BRD for 10g? Yeah, sure, I'll pack lunch.
2-29-2008 @ 9:06AM
To counteract any replies under this comment about what you can make with daily quests in an hour...You can only do those once a day. The other 23 hours can be spent running lowbies for about 5g per run, or 25-50g if they get all the drops.Any time I've run a group, I always stipulated that any blue boes are mine. This is a good alternative to farming motes if you are on a highpop server because lots of people are looking for runs and lots of people are overfarming mote areas. Pvp servers are also rough when they are highpop so instance farming is good.This also helps a server economy because stuff from instances at every level will appear on the server's AH in higher quantities thus lowering the prices and making leveling easier for everyone.It's really win-win.
2-29-2008 @ 9:15AM
Why would you get the drops... You're running them through an instance, if they wanted XP they would probably be questing...
2-29-2008 @ 10:49AM
@5 BOP blues.
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