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1-17-2011 @ 4:32AM
@Stella"In a sense, Blizzard are selling gold too by the back door. Let's say the Celestial Steed were available in game for 10,000 gold, or £20 from a website. In that case, buying it from Blizzard for £20 is the same as paying £20 for 10,000 gold, which is gold buying (at ripoff prices!), so it's difficult to come down too hard on Wow players who buy gold when Blizzard is trying to get a slice of the same market too."So let's make up a scenario that isn't actual reality, then say Blizz is bad for doing it. Wait, what?
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