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12-12-2008 @ 3:28PM
Oh, I absolutely agree. Blizz has RMT, just not for certain things. I can't, personally, justify spending a bunch of money on in-game items but I certainly don't see where the issue lies.There was a period where I was working upwards or over 60 hours a week and my WoW time was at an absolute premium. Essentially what I had was an abundance of funds and a tiny amount of time.Traditionally gear requires a relatively large amount of time and little money (your subscription). What's the harm in changing that around?People will go "I worked hard for my gear!" and all I have to say is... so did they. Their money, why not? Why shouldn't Blizzard get the money the gold farmers are getting? Things like that are important to consider.
12-12-2008 @ 4:14PM
The answer is because you're no longer playing the game. They "worked" at the game to get better. You worked in real life to better your real life. Don't cheapen their work.
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