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11-04-2009 @ 4:40PM
How exactly is this "jumping the shark?"And I don't know what's a more ridiculous comment... that offering in-game noncombat pets that you buy with the same money that pays for your subscription fees and expansions is somehow "selling out" or ruining the game in some way. I guess this concept is just too "casual."As for the other comment, about being against it but then deciding it's okay because it's for "charity..." What if a cut of the money made with all gold farming goes to "charity," would that be okay too? Simply because something goes to this nebulous idea of "charity" suddenly turns the thing into embossed gold?Having worked with both the American Red Cross and the American Cancer Society for blood drives and 5k runs during college, and having seen peoples' donations squandered on garbage, corporate-controlled "research," marketing, advertising, and fat paychecks for "charity" execs, there is a reason I now only donate my time and money to small, local groups. Who do not advertise.Yeah, I got me a little K'T, and the thing is wicked sweet. ;) Good job, Blizzard!It is innovations like this that keep the game from becoming stale.
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