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8-19-2011 @ 10:20AM
I agree that there should be an element of risk. If Blizzard wanted people to be able to easily move goods between factions, they wouldn't have made separate auction houses, prevented you from buying your own auctions on the same account, or made it so that you can't mail items between your opposite-faction alts. The system is clearly intentional and not in need of fixing: goblins need to accept that they incur a risk by manipulating game mechanics to bypass these obstacles. I can understand a guide to minimizing risk, but I thought equating sniping to stealing and the inclusion of a "how to fix it" section smacked of a sense of entitlement, as if it's Blizzard's responsibility to ensure your mechanics-bypassing transactions are 100% safe.
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