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10-11-2011 @ 4:04PM
I say it's a good idea. A cute, good, soul-meltingly good step off of the slippery slope kind of idea.
10-11-2011 @ 4:33PM
I've always been slightly confused about thisIs the rating system REALLY for blacking out posts that simply express opinions you disagree with?
10-11-2011 @ 4:49PM
It's very cute.The thing is, as far as gold buying goes, after the first few weeks who's gonna buy one? I can only see the price of these (ah price) going down, so they aren't worth much to investors. Are there really enough pet collectors to sustain a Market?
10-11-2011 @ 4:56PM
People downrate posts they don't like. If you have a contradictory opinion from the majority, present it in a good way that fosters discussion, and even they will have to admit, "You make a good point." Bitching about being blacked out just leads to another blacked out post.
10-11-2011 @ 5:00PM
I don't really have a real problem with buying the pet, but more about what will be next? The next thing could be an in-game store to buy things and the reason will be to make things easier to buy them. This can lead to the very things I hate about some F2P MMO and I really believe this is Blizzard way of either testing the waters for MT/RMT or slowing putting them in.
This is how I reacted when I first saw this little cub:http://youtu.be/WIDPYKdtgsc
10-11-2011 @ 9:09PM
unlike reg blizzard store pets, this one only goes to your one character. so if you and your 1500 alts wants one. you'd have to buy 1500 of these bad boys to make you feel good about not neglecting your gnome DK, Sparky who you sometimes feel gets the mini pet shaft.
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