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10-11-2011 @ 4:24PM
I don't understand the apocalyptic scenario. Yes, people can use this to buy gold. But no one can use it to sell gold for anything more valuable than a flying moggie. If Basil wanted to cash out and turn 1,000,000 gold into actual currency, this doesn't provide a way to do that, so it doesn't open the door to for-profit goldfarming. Now, if you could sell them back to Blizzard for cash, that would be a problem. It's cosmetic, it doesn't let people cash in, I don't see the problem.
10-11-2011 @ 4:32PM
It's remarkably similar to email spam in that its in the game, you can't do anything about it, and the only reason you have to put up with it is because some jerk or jerks decided to use it to squeeze whatever money they can out of people.It's also another step closer to having in-game advertisers in the form of an NPC following you around annoying you and other people....oh wait the pet does that already...we have been paying to be spammed.
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