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9-20-2011 @ 4:02PM
Perhaps an elite membership that grants you certain privilages, but has a high entrance rate combined with a regular high fee.For instance, say the alliance has 'The Socialites of Stormwind' and the Horde has 'The Bloodpact of the Laughing Skull', for diversity's sake. Entrance to each club is 100,000g, and a monthly cost of 5000g. In return, each week the participating members can bid on a mystery box containing double the content of, say, a satchel of Exotic Mysteries, or perhaps a bag of mixed ore, herbs, leather, cloth, gems, all from every profession level, or perhaps a bag with a rare piece of gear from any item level, a blue or a purple, perhaps even some stuff not available any more. The winners get the contents, which are random, and can put them on the auctions, but with the increased availability of low-level mats, lower-level gear, and various other contributing factors, the supply rises, and thus demand will decrease, and prices drop, while the upper-class get to gamble away their money with regular small cuts into their funds, creating a massive gold-sink for them.With that in mind, 100,000 with a minimum monthly income of 5000 will become the standard for high living in WoW, but none of the benefits are truly exclusive, as these mounts, pets, gear, and mats are all available for redistribution.
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