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3-27-2009 @ 10:43PM
'It is often called effective demand or abbreviated as 'AD'. In a general aggregate supply-demand chart, the aggregate demand curve (AD) slopes downward (indicating that higher outputs are demanded at lower price levels)'-[look up Keynes for QA or more].In simpler words, the more flasks there are the cheaper they will be. On the other hand because “Flasks will be more economical for heroics”(and Raids, etc.) and it will “encourage players to actually use them, rather than trying to save them for certain parts of the dungeon.” So imo, because: new content is coming out demand will go up ergo so will the price; more players will buy/use them since the product is more flexible ergo price will go up even more. In the end, the price for 1 flask will likely still be substantially cheaper than now, but the price jump will be seen a lot clearer on the mats, so yes I disagree with “you will see no increased cost in materials” but I still
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