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10-15-2010 @ 1:22AM
Dang. I have been stockpiling Tomes just incase.
10-15-2010 @ 2:45AM
You and me both :(Oh well we can at least try and sell them on the AH to people who don't read WoWInsider.com / Blue Posts.I still also need my ZG mounts, they won't drop, 150+ kills and counting....But at least I have my Invincible, Mimiron's Head and A'lar! :))
10-15-2010 @ 4:13AM
Oh ppl will downrate me cos I have some of the mounts, yeah hates gonna hate
10-15-2010 @ 4:35AM
"Oh well we can at least try and sell them on the AH to people who don't read WoWInsider.com / Blue Posts."Obviously, you were downvoted because of a shared opinion that scamming people into buying things is totally unrad, man.
10-15-2010 @ 5:15AM
What kind of a world are we living in when willful douchebaggery is looked down upon?Sad times. *sniff*
10-15-2010 @ 7:47AM
How exactly is listing items on the AH in the hope that people will buy them a scam?He is not suggesting that he will be scamming people at all. His idea is no different to people selling any rare drop on the AH.
10-15-2010 @ 8:14AM
Nothing immoral about it, you're providing a service to players who don't want to go on wowwiki and find what vendor sells it, not to mention spending the time to actually travel to the vendor.
10-15-2010 @ 9:08AM
@LukeyoYour definition of scamming is insulting and idiotic.Polymorph Turtle is not a required spell in any way, it's a LUXURY, and if people who spend large amounts of gold on luxuries don't bother to investigate it further before purchasing then I have no sympathy.Maybe you could tells how you feel, from up there on your moral high horse, about all the people that made gold the last few days buying Vanishing Dust from npcs and relisting it on the AH for ridiculous prices. Or the lowbies that make small amounts of gold selling vendor pets on the AH. Or vendor recipes. Fkn scammers the lot of them, right?
10-15-2010 @ 10:37AM
Scam or no scam, I voted him down for his very "nana-nana-na-na" way of announcing that he had all those mounts, as if he was somehow better than all of us for it.I also voted him down for saying haters gonna hate, cause who the hell says that anymore?
10-15-2010 @ 11:33AM
Oh yeah, so all those people who are selling vanishing powder at 2g each on the AH right now aren't scamming people. They're providing a "service" for people who don't want to go to the vendor. Puhleeze.Of course, the real question as to whether you're scamming people or not depends upon how the price you would be offering compares to the price that Blizzard is offering for the same thing. If they make it so you have to pay a few thousand gold, like with the cat spell, and you offer less than that, then you really are offering a "service" but if it's free or very cheap, then you're scamming people.
10-15-2010 @ 11:44AM
Well, no where does it say that it will be easy to obtain them. Hell, it could be harder and drive the price up for all we know.
10-15-2010 @ 1:10PM
@nickdahereticYou really have no idea what you are talking about. By your own logic my local bookstore is scamming me because it offers the same book that Amazon does but for £3.00 more.For it to be a scam the seller would need to make an attempt to deceive the buyer. With the WoW AH this is not possible, I can not add notes to the AH telling people lies to buy my products. If I were to advertise in trade that I was selling a Polymorph tone that will no longer be available (when as we now know it will) then I would be running a scam. As it is merely putting a product on the AH is offering the product for sale.The price of the product elsewhere in the game is not relevent, if people want something fast and at a premium they use the AH if they want it at cost price then they maker the effort to visit the vendor/farm the goods etc.Taking advantage of a market is not a scam it is sound business. Scamming involves deceit.
10-21-2010 @ 10:43AM
I'd rather have Polymorph Black Cat anyway. although I just might stick to Polymorph Rabbit or Polymorph Woody Allen. :)
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