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3-21-2008 @ 8:23AM
Some people just don't know how to make gold, and if they do, having the focus to sustain the effort and not spend any for weeks to months can be difficult.
3-21-2008 @ 8:58AM
Some people don't know how, yeah. I know plenty of those kind of people.My husband and I have bought four epic flying mounts between us and I have 3k gold toward another. Dailies, questing post-70, a bit of primal farming here and there.. it's easy when you set a goal ("I will make 150g today").However, I do find myself wishing that Blizzard would sell gold themselves. I really dislike farming and daily quests end up seeming like going to work after I get home from work. I won't purchase gold from farmers as it is too risky (both account banning and hacking, though I pride myself on not having had a virus in over 5 years). If I could pay Blizzard $200 (or so) and get 5000 gold, it would be tempting...
3-21-2008 @ 6:06PM
200 gold? Crikey!
3-21-2008 @ 2:40PM
My difficulty is the fact that I have 3 70's and a 4th on the way. I know, as I've heard friends tell me, once i get it for one it's going to seriously reduce my desire to play my other 70's. The thought of gather 20,000g to get one for all 4 toons is just overwhelming.
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