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10-10-2011 @ 2:06PM
I probably should have been more specific.It won't be a traditional gold sink in the sense of, say, the Traveler's mammoth, but I do think it could work as one on subtle level. The AH cut might not be substaniel, but on a high price item over multiple transactions it can add up.The people most likely to spend gold on them will be the people with some gold to burn (though perhaps not many AH Goblins as they can be notoriously stingy). Those who can't afford the auction house prices or those who can afford it but consider it to not be worth it still have the recourse of purchasing it directly from Blizz for real money. Combined with void storage, I think it could be a small scale way to help leech out some of the inflation, though as with the normal gold sinks it's probably going to draw more funds from the semi-casual gold maker then the serious AH PvP'er.Just my opinion on one small aspect of it.
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