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12-03-2010 @ 1:54PM
So...buying from Blizzard is okay, but not anyone else.I have a real issue with this double-standard that Blizzard creates. It's okay for them to sell me non-combat pets (6 of them to date) and mounts (Sparkle Pony), and even to intice with with items for referring people (2 mounts), but if I work and struggle and create or get items in-game, I'm not allowed to sell them.I'm not saying Blizzard shouldn't find other ways to monetize their property, they should, and their shareholders demand it with flattening subscriber numbers, but they shouldn't then punish us for doing the exact same thing and trying to monetize our investment in the game (both time and money).
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