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12-12-2008 @ 6:19PM
Clevins: before calling other an idiot, try to apply that "thinking" by yourself. Yes, it is hard, but you may realize that people who work two jobs to make ends meet (for half the minimum wage) are not likely to play WoW. And among those who do play, there's a correlation indeed - younger people tend to have less money and more time to spare, and the older folks have more money but less time.Anyway, the only problem with selling in-game items for real money is that those item used to be the only indication of player's achievements, so, for those trying to prove the world how uber they are, it's disheartening to see others getting the rewards without playing hard to get them.If this can be sorted out somehow, then I don't see any issues with allowing rich people with less time to buy items/service/whatever that help them enjoy the game.
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