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6-16-2011 @ 9:22PM
I'm not one for basil hate -- seems like a lot of that here. I just wanted to say grats fox! =) I am not even close to an auction house master.. I run around with between 50-60k and call it a day. I'm happy with this -- I had to work to get it -- and it's more than I can reasonably spend doing my usual activities. I read this thread on a regular basis for ideas i haven't thought of, or even to live vicariously through others, as there is only so much time in my day, and only so much enjoyment I get out of the auction house. Sometimes I dream about being able to buy any and everything I want, no matter the price .. it seems like it would be fun in wow just like it might be fun in real life. Even if I think that kind of living might get kinda old. There is a certain point in wow where you can have so much gold, there isn't enough things to buy to spend it. It's at that point that it seems .. almost wasteful. Unless you can use it to do something really cool .. like buying everyone in your guild a chopper.. or buying someone whose a great raider, but never has the time to raid seriously a slot with a hard mode guild for an achievement run. I dunno. There has to be some wow philanthropy thing you can do to pay it forward.
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