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9-10-2010 @ 1:27PM
OK. I understand the fact that they added a gold cost to Azeroth flying...wait....no I don't. And I don't understand why the comments that are so excited about paying 250g have been uprated. As it was said in a beeee-ooootiful phrase that I'm angry that I didn't coin (Damn you Ghostcrawler!!), why on Azeroth should we (people with one or multiple 80s) have to pay for "old weather flying" when we've already paid for flying, epic flying, and the original, c-prefixed "cold weather flying?" And if 250g is such a trivial fee, then why charge it at all? It's not a goldsink, which makes sense for economic reasons, and it's not free, which would make the most sense, after flying in Outland and Northrend. Did the folks who went to Northrend suddenly forget how to control those wacky flying mounts? Did people who don't want to go to Outland, Northrend, or the new Cataclysm zones discover after crazy, wacky, downright silly hard aerodynamic research a much, much cheaper secret to flying after Azeroth got blowed up by Deathwing?In closing, I will tell you 2, maybe 3 things. Number one: I work nights, and we went to the bar after work, so I'm drunk right now. Number two: I work nights, and it's fun to have a reason to drink in the morning other than raging alcoholism. And, back to my original point...sweet Jesus, if anybody read this far, and I made a valid point, just reply and make me look good. I'm really not a cheap bastard, I just don't understand the 250g price. That is probably because, as I may have mentioned before, I have indulged in a bit of morning drinking, and I don't really understand what numbers mean.Thank you, and good night Azeroth (and outlying areas).
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