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9-19-2011 @ 11:12PM
New gold sink? I have an idea that would be a perfect gold-sink and be a breathe of fresh air for a lot of players.Triple Spec.Blizz could charge 10,000g and tons of people would be glad to pay that. I for one would have it on most alts. I bet that even if they charged 20,000g plenty of people would buy it, at least on their mains. Triple spec would add a new level of playability to characters, and with inflation the way it is, just the gold sink the game needs.
9-20-2011 @ 2:26AM
Absolutely! ... Exactly!!! YOU'RE A GENIUS MWAH come here let me kiss you MWAH MWAH... The only thing better than this idea would be for class trainers to sell specs #4 and 5 as well. I'm pretty sure a lot of players - especially those playing the more versatile classes - can find use for at least four."Sextuple spec" would probably be overkill. Most people don't even know what that means, so there's a problem already.
9-20-2011 @ 10:56AM
Of course wasn't dual spec originally a gold sink? Blizz might feel pressured to reduce that cost if it becomes perceived as necessary in game.Or maybe I'm wrong here
9-20-2011 @ 2:10PM
Three (or more) specs would be much less a "necessity" than having two, but still very intriguing for many. Many people could be happy with two, and at the same time many others could raise the 10k or 20k or whatever for triple spec. It's more like a luxury. Blizzard could charge whatever they like for a long long time (maybe even raise the price after a year or two), so it's a good candidate for a gold sink.
9-21-2011 @ 9:51AM
Well what I mean is this:I'm sure that dual spec was not conceived of by Blizz of being "necessary" but rather a nice way to avoid the changing of the glyphs and needing to pay 50g on every friday night raid. But now I think a player who decided not to get dual spec would be hampered in raiding.When Blizz makes something more convenient, it often becomes mandatory to stay even with others.
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