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4-10-2008 @ 4:51PM
I imagine that the WOW economy is fairly complex, but there are a few things that they can do to avoid higher prices due to a glut of gold. As long as the things people are willing to spend money on are created at about the same rate money is added to the system, prices won't be drastically changed. Increasing the drop rate for motes, for example, would decrease the pressure applied by everyone having more cash to spend on them. Motes are a good example because their ultimate fate is often to be used in an enchant, and that's a black hole in the economy. An enchant is one of the few final resting places Blizz has for our hard earned money ;)I don't see them raising the prices for existing mount training skills, but I might see them very carefully deciding on how much they want the next level to cost...
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