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10-11-2011 @ 5:41PM
We don't need to be screwed by another currency. Blizzard's already had that happen once, Stones of Jordon were the currency in Diablo 2 because gold was so plentiful that it was basically worthless. They even admit they failed on the economy in Diablo 2, and that people relying on Stones of Jordon was a bad situation, and they were going to repeat it for Diablo 3.If they go on with this, and eventually introduce other items which can be sold, and it ends up being a similiar situation, the items will be more valuable than gold, it's going to do the same thing.
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