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3-02-2009 @ 4:08PM
1000K is jsut another way for Blizzard to keep the elite, elite and keep the average man down.Blizzard Taxation with out representation is worthy of an outrage way bigger then the Boston Tea Party.As if living in the World isnt expensive enough, we have to be taxed by Blizzard at every turn.So, as in America, you have a rich class of people who will be unfazed by the 1000 gold tax, and you will have a middle class that will have have another feature breaking their bank.Its sad when your government taxes its people but the hope is that in some way your contributing to a greater good. In this case WOW Gold, isnt real and thus only serves as monetary system that rewards those that enjoy the mini game of earing gold.Its like Blizz pretends that everyone playing wow, has been playing since well before BC and has always been able to stack gold. Or they pretend that enchants, matts, repairs, re-specs, gear, mounts, item enhancements dont cost gold.Placing 1000 Gold number on Dual Spec is just another way to force newer players to stop whatever they are doing to advance their toon to go earn gold. Unless, your one of the chosen people, that didnt have much to do during the end of BC so hunting gold everyday was their obsession.When I quit WOW and never play another Blizzard game, its going to be because of these types of philosophies. way too much being dictated by an out of touch group of elitists that place way too much value in certain parts of the game and not enough value in others.So go ahead. Tax the citizens of WOW for the sake of it. create more dissatisfaction. Keep polarizing the the leets and casual players. Its a joke. the obsessed leet, with no lives and 365 days of play time go unphazed while the regular player struggles to keep his head above water. It wouldnt be so bad if the leets didnt act like complete jerk-offfs to the casual players. But now its just another have and have not situation.
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