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6-09-2008 @ 1:11PM
The economics section of your post only makes sense if you assume everybody buys everything, and nobody farms their own items. If you farm your own, you will have noticed the lack of botters in popular farming areas. Even if AH prices only changed a little, it makes a big difference to be able to farm a primal in 1/10th the time, for example.On my server, ever since the ban there have been fire elementals alive and available for killing at Skald. This was never the case before. You always had the same 6-7 people camping the area. That's just one example.
6-09-2008 @ 2:57PM
and never mind the fact database sites like allakazham and add-ons like auctioneer can reveal more accurate trends in the "real" pricing.I applaud the effort to play devil's advocate, or heck even taking a controversial stance for kicks but you've really got a lot of logic faults in this piece.
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