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4-07-2011 @ 1:45AM
@SkyExcept with digital goods there is no such thing as real rarity. A 2007 phoenix mount is the same as a 2011 phoenix mount, while this is not true of physical goods. The limit on the number of rare mounts/pets etc is the number of people who can be bothered to grind for them, not the fact they stopped making them in 1961.And also you are wrong. The thing that adds the most value to an item is the demand for that item in relation to its rarity. As most of these items are easy to grind out anyway the demand is simply not that high (ie if you cared that much you would already have been grinding for it).
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