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12-12-2008 @ 3:41PM
Agreed. There is nothing more valuable than time. I don't really see the big deal with letting people who have the financial means purchase items they may not have the the free time acquire otherwise. Lets say a person only has an hour to play a day because they are so busy with work/family/obligations, but they happen to make enough to spend extra on their hobby as they see fit. Why should they be shut out of the upper tier stuff simply because their real life schedule does not allow the time to spend hours on end in front of the computer? They enjoy the game for all the same reason "hardcore" people do, why can't they have the same rewards?Lets say Blizzard offered a full tier set for $200. Seems like a lot on the front end but take a closer look. Lets say it took someone 8 weeks of raiding 3 nights a week, 4 hours a time (pretty modest) to get the same set.3 nights x 4 hours = 12 hours a week12 hours a week x 8 weeks = 96 hours$200/96 hours = $2.08 dollars an hourNow I don't know about you, but my time is worth more than $2 per hour. That doesn't even include farming time and other activities involved with raiding. I say if someone can afford the cash, but not the time...let them pay.
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