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3-24-2009 @ 1:35PM
Are people failing to do the math here? This will increase demand.Currently, a 2-hour flask, if you use it in a 3-hour raid, you would use 2. In the new system, you would use 3, 1-hour flasks for a 3-hour raid. Not to mention that people will now more than likely be flasking up for the shorter content as well.This is going to be a win. No longer am I going to feel compelled to play 2 full hours of battlegrounds, and or, worry about wasting an hour of a raid tonic. I do feel for the people who have been stocking up for 3.1. This sort of change should have been announced way before we got to this late in the patch game.
3-24-2009 @ 1:57PM
"Not to mention that people will now more than likely be flasking up for the shorter content as well."I know I would. It seems a bit silly to consume a two-hour flask for a thirty-minute Sarth run, especially when you don't know any Alchemists and have to pay market prices. A half-flask at half the price seems much more reasonable for short raids and Achievement runs; the Infinite Corrupter seems like the most obvious non-raid reason to flask up.
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