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4-07-2011 @ 1:01AM
@LionheartThe rarity of the item contributes to the value of the item. If you had something which is very common then it won't be worth much to a lot of people. If on the other hand you had something which only 200 people in the world had then you (and everyone else) would value that item a lot more. If you've ever collected anything that is rare or has gone out of print and you found out they were making more of those items, I'm sure you would be pissed too. Every collector will tell you that the thing that adds the most value to an item is its rarity. I don't know why it should be different for collecting mounts/pets.
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