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10-22-2011 @ 11:37AM
Curious to see how much they sell for on the AH.Is there anything to stop a gold selling company using a free account to sell them too though?
10-22-2011 @ 11:48AM
Could be mistaken, but I thought that Blizz said there'd be a "cooldown" after each pet purchase from the store.Plus, can trial/free accounts even buy game items from the Blizzard Store? I know when I bought pets, and game time through the Blizzard store, I had to sign in with my Battle.net account/authenticator, so they could easily set the store to not allow trial/free accounts from buying in-game items.
10-22-2011 @ 11:49AM
The thing is, before hand people were predicting this going for a couple thousand gold, maybe. However, if they are going to be included in the pet battle system, they could potentially go for much more, if they're high level and have some desirable abilities.
10-22-2011 @ 11:58AM
Even if Trial Accounts could buy the item, they cannot post auctions or trade them between players.
Free accounts don't have access to the AH if I'm not mistaken, precisely for this sort of reason.
10-22-2011 @ 12:00PM
AFAIK free accounts cannot trade, nor can use the AH. Secondly, they probably look for more secure sources of money than this... AH will probably be flooded with it, making the price really low.
10-22-2011 @ 2:55PM
Free and trial accounts also don't have access to the mail.
10-22-2011 @ 4:05PM
Gold sellers wouldn't buy guardian cubs; it's the equivalent of gold buying: real money --> guardian cub --> gold == real money --> goldThere is (and hopefully never will be) a legit way for a player to sell in-game gold or items for real money.
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