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6-29-2009 @ 8:37PM
Digging further down this rabbit hole of consequences, do you guys believe that in-game prices on items will inflate cause of the decreased amount of gold being purchased and thrown around? Sure it may be slight but it will be noticed i'm sure.
6-29-2009 @ 11:24PM
The opposite should happen, IMO. Gold farming creates excess gold in the playerbase, devaluing gold in the process, and raising prices. With less gold being generated, gold will be worth more, which should be good for the average player since a daily quest will still get you the same amount of gold, just with more buying power. I think this will hurt people who make the majority of their money through working the AH market though.
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