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2-24-2011 @ 6:16PM
What do you do with your conquest and valor points? You spend them on blue or purple pixels. I spend my gold "points" on BoE gear for my raider, as well as anything else that strikes my fancy. If I want to test the effectiveness of the darkmoon card for hunters, I buy one and test it. If I want to see whether a flag carrier or arena teammate can ride in the sidecar of my bike, I buy one. If I wanted to, I could attend a gdkp and use my gold to acquire even harder to acquire purple pixels.Assuming you acknowledge that the game is a large feedback loop designed to keep you working for things that have no impact outside the world you earned them in, then the only question is whether mine is as fun for me as yours is for you. I can tell you that I've never regretted spending all the time I've spent in front of the AH. The people I've met, the things it's taught me, and the fun I've had doesn't come with a sense of emptiness you seem to be implying. Part of this is that since there are so many people who do the exact thing I do, and the statement "It's lonely at the top" is inaccurate.
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