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3-21-2008 @ 8:09AM
Laziness and a desire to have everything right now with no effort leads to gold buying. (Not to mention a profound lack of understanding that gold buyers are the ones who cause all this account hacking to occur.)The money is completely obtainable in game, its not even that hard anymore with all the dailies and such. Just takes a time investment.
3-21-2008 @ 8:15AM
Time that we pay real money for every month.
3-21-2008 @ 9:31AM
It all depends on what your free time is worth to you. Those who have less of it will put a higher price on it. Also when you have more available spending money, it's value relative to your free time decreases.It's about economics, not "lazy".
3-21-2008 @ 11:17AM
"It's not even that hard with dailies and such"That's assuming that you do ABSOLUTELY NOTHING ELSE in game. I am the MT of a progressing raiding guild. I routinely spend upwards of 500 gold a week just on repairs, and that's not even counting consumables. I go through every copper I make on my dailies. I often have to run the normal dungeon daily just for cash, which is totally nuts for a T5 prot pally. It takes FOREVER, and costs a fortune in water if there's no mage around.The new dailies opening up in the patch will help tremendously, but the price is currently too high for any non-dps class, because if you are busy doing anything at all besides farming for your mount, it takes WAY too long.
3-21-2008 @ 12:52PM
Why would any regular dungeon take "FOREVER" for a T5 prot paladin? What does it take? 30-40 minutes? That isn't really forever in my opinion, but it does seem like a lot of time for 16g.
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