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10-11-2011 @ 4:26PM
A red flag instantly goes up for a lot of people as soon as you mention RMT's. There's the "Blizzard is an evil mega-Corp that hates midgets and wants to rob your children" group, the martyrs ("This is the LAST STRAW Blizzard! I'm quitting! See me quitting here? I'm doing it I swear!"), the people I affectionately refer to as "GIR's" (I'm gonna sing the doom song now! Doom doom-dy doom doom doom doomy doomy doom!) as well as the hardened Blizz Defenders. Personally . . . Meh. If this turns into the slippery slope that everyone fears so heavily, then I'll just leave the game. But as it stands I'm not worried about it. As I said in the announcement post, I won't be buying it for cash. The biggest draw for me with the other pets was that they're account bound and every toon I have and will ever make will get one. Being a one-time use pet for one character puts me off it. If other people want to spend cash on it, that's their decision and none of my business.
10-11-2011 @ 4:37PM
1. it takes development time away from meaningful content.2. it's god damn spam.3. It effects the industry on the whole and socially what people expect.4. You're paying for extra shit that most of the time should already be part of the game.
10-11-2011 @ 4:56PM
Scooter, I think you're stretching it to call the pet 'spam'.
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