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10-10-2011 @ 1:04PM
Another consideration: Doesn't this mean that every realm (and perhaps even faction) will have their own exchange rate? As it stands, prices on in-game items can vary widely from realm to realm and even between horde and alliance; that means that a $10 pet will get you a different amount of gold, depending on where you want it.I wonder what that will mean, overall... Will you get more or less gold for your $10 on a PvE or PvP realm? How about RP and not? Will low population servers or high population servers give you more for your money?Man, there's a lot to consider here. I have a feeling you're going to be writing more than one column on this before it's over, Basil.
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