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9-10-2010 @ 1:15AM
Incoming wall of words.@noyouI really so hope your right, and i can see your point. in recent times prices have dropped on flying and riding in general, but these are old things, as in been in the game for a while, 5000g for epic flying down to 4000g(with faction rep), makes sense 5k back in bc was a fair old chunk of gold, the other drops for riding and mounts, again makes sense, it encourages new people to stay in the game and keep giving blizzard money. the 1000g for duel specs, was in my humble opinion, over priced, i think the first posts i saw on the plans to reduce this to 100g was met with either jubilation or outrage and demands for refunds. But this is a new thing, and working out when it is needed, or when it will mostly be used, gives me the reason that i think the prices will risefrom 1-60 you wont be able to buy it, fair do`s with that, its not an issue, by the time your 60 your off in outlands anyway and can by regular flying, and this will keep you happy till 7070, option to buy the epic flying 4-5k depending on rep76, or if its an alt 68, cold weather flying, thats gonna get you to 80, up untill this point, flying in old azeroth was a mute point, it wasnt needed.Now your 80, your back in stormwind or ogrimmar, and youve been flapping around for the last 20 level or so and your back on your horse, but now you can buy flying.a fresh lvl 80 for the most part will have a fairly hefty bank account by this point, so yeah i can see the price rising. If id have to guess final figure, id say 1-2kLike i said in my previous albiet much shorter post, i really hope im wrong.Apologies for the wall of textand the many spelling errors.and the random punctuation.
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