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11-03-2011 @ 3:15PM
"The whelplings, for example, are still pulling in around 10k gold. I'd imagine these guardian cubs are going to continue to pull in the same amount into the distant future, because as demand dissipates, you're going to see people purchasing cubs to sell them just about as often as lucky farmers find whelps on corpses."People are willing to pay that for the whelplings because that is the only way to get them. If people had the option of buying them from the Blizzard store, that would drive the prices in game way down. There are plenty of people who would rather spend $10 for a pet than 10kg or weeks of farming.I'm still expecting the cub prices to go way down. Sure, supply will eventually dry up with them, but unlike any other vanity item in game, people will always have the option of buying it in the store instead, preventing it from maintaining a high price in game over a long period of time.
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