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10-28-2010 @ 4:29PM
I just can't think this way, it's why I'm always so poor on the game unless I put a great amount of effort into selling goods, finding, crafting, the way you're "supposed" to do it, as opposed to playing the market.I always get what I want from lots of hard work, and I undercut myself to sell, because my time does not come with a "premium", yes it's valuable and I charge for it, but I'm not some Lordaeron-educated alumni of the Kirin Tor Skinning School who demands a sack of gold for every hour he spent farming that Heavy Borean Leather from Mammoths.I see players with so much gold, with banks so packed with goods, and I know I have the intellect to become them, but I just can't do it ethically, even on a game, even if I understand the utterly capitalist view that got them there.I'm just not cold and calculating enough to do it, I don't see the world in shades of gold to be made, profit loss vectors, profit gain routes, time lost to gold lost.I will be a Goblin come Cata, but that doesn't mean I have to be in character before then! =)
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