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4-25-2011 @ 4:19PM
"See my comment below - 25% inflation is still inflation. The comparison to the previous expansion is a bit dubious, since the rate of inflation is the same. But it's still inflation (just not a rise in the rate of inflation as basil seems to indicate with that statement)."You seem to have a strange definition of inflation that is totally different to anything I've come across.Epic gems, naturally, provide more benefit than the rare gems from the same expansion. You call that inflation. That's a strange tag to apply to natural progression of the game mechanics. I mean, would you also say that tier sets are inflationary? I know that I and most other people wouldn't.The difference in percentage terms between epic gems in this expansion is no greater than it was in the last one. That's not inflation, that's maintaining the status quo.The way in which Basil used the term was poor enough. The way that you're using it is just weird.
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