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11-03-2011 @ 3:03PM
I don't buy any "extras" from Blizzard, but that's a personal decision. Were I likely to participate in this grand experiment, I could see paying $10 for something that'll get me 20k, maybe even 10k. 5k? That's a coin toss. But 500g? No way in hell.It does makes sense for Blizzard to test this with something most folks only want 1 of. There'll be a pretty clear endpoint where they believe most (95%? 98%?) people who will want one have acquired one, and they can evaluate their data and apply it to forward decisions. If they like what they see, it'll make sense to apply the same model to some thing or things that you'll buy over and over again, like higher-octane-than-you're-used-to raid consumables.Or, I dunno, perhaps... fightin' pets.
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