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8-19-2011 @ 4:51PM
How would you possibly ever be able to prove someone was buying gold? Because they have a lot of it? Because players traded or mailed huge amounts of gold? Between accounts?Our guild runs 4 different ten mans, multiple BH runs, Old school raids, Rated BGs.....most requiring flasks/food. Coordination to make sure all groups are properly supplied with feasts/flasks/etc sometimes will involve large amounts of gold to be transferred to one or multiple toons, who will go to the AH and stock up on herbs/fish....every single bit of it paid by BoE's that were from legit raids, or donations from our AH junkies. Don't get me wrong. Gold Buying is Bad. I just think that automatic methods of trying to determine if someone is buying gold is not as cut and dried as people think.
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