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4-26-2010 @ 12:34PM
I would like to see a complete overhaul of how we deal with our money, starting with a profession called Investing. I would like to be able to make gold in some way other than grinding like a zombie, or speculating on baubles at the AH. I would like some way, any way, to make gold that isn't absolutely dependent on how much time I actually have available to be logged in. I don't know, perhaps provide a little seed capital to Elling Trias to help him grow his cheese business, for example. I would like there to be places we can invest our gold in-game and produce a passive revenue stream. I would like to be able to purchase land and construct a guild hall. I would like there to be banners and trophies we can display in said guild hall to celebrate raid accomplishments. I would like to be able to place friendly wagers with some goblin in Gadgetzan on the outcome of arena matches and battlegrounds. I would like to be able to set my hearth to somewhere in the middle of a frozen wasteland if I want to, not just at an inn.All of these things would take actual "work" by Blizzard. But they've got enough work. So let's scrap all these ideas. You know what WOULDN'T take ANY work AT ALL?I would like to be able to deposit my gold in MY bank (not the guild bank) so I spend less of it.Is that, seriously, too much to ask?
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