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12-24-2008 @ 1:06PM
The only thing wow needs is loans. Then it would be a real economy. Maybe you could store money in the bank, and then the bank could loan out money. Maybe also large guilds could loan money out from their guild vault. It would be great way for new players to get some good gear and then pay it off once they were raiding or farming. Hey, it might work.
12-24-2008 @ 3:19PM
Lets not forget that with loans, we'll need some sort of reliable Interest Rate system in place as well
12-26-2008 @ 10:48PM
What WoW needs is a version of a 'limit order'. "Here's 200g. If you see Frost Lotus for less than 25g, buy them."Right now, the majority of sales prices are set by sellers via the AH. This provides imperfect information about the market and makes it take longer for market prices to settle to their steady state. All you know right now is what people would like to sell items for, not what people would buy them for. Having information from both sides of the transaction (without having to resort to the wretched hive of scum and villainy that is the Trade channel) would be very much appreciated.
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