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11-05-2009 @ 11:34AM
On the same line, it's amazing to see how many players are "really interested" in charity, now that Blizzard sells pets for real money. Hey, let's donate 5$/€ to a poor child and 5$/€ to Blizzard for a so-cute panda, instead of going out and drop 5$/€ to any random beggar who could have a hot meal. Nah, let's donate 5G and show how we're awsome by popping out the panda in Dalaran and going so people can admire us.Bliz should have offered the pets for free, devoting the full amount of money to charity... if they really care about that. So far it's like trying to grab more attention and explore a new way to make some profit (using the charity wagon).
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