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4-14-2008 @ 2:13PM
@ Charlieoops, my bad./rant @ ManaThat Bear mount you see...did that person grind their way and gear up to do ZA in the time required, or did they drop 20k to be given the mount, as was reported here on WoWinsider?The difference of course is scale. Sure there are some people who pay their way into Raids for Tier Tokens, but I'm pretty sure it doesn't come anywhere near as the amount of people who /afk in BG's or who win trade / buy Arena points, which just makes sense! Why would you spend gold for the RNG system of PvP when you get guaranteed rewards from PvP? I also think its easier to get 2-5 people on board to cheat on Arenas then it is to convince a guild to let you 'waste' a slot for mere monetary rewards. (really, if you're farming a 25 man, most people couldn't afford the amount of gold that would catch the attention of such a guild)Does someone who runs Heroic Ramps up until the 1st boss 150 times deserve T6 quality Badge loot?The real question is: why does it matter?The Arena is a mere symptom of a bigger problem, and that is, people judge each others abilities and accomplishments based on what pixels adorn their character.The guy walking around with full S3 Armor might be awesome at PvP...or he might be good at farming / gold buying. Assuming anything else beyond that is stupid.
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