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11-11-2011 @ 9:09PM
Would be awesome if we could turn that gold into real money for a good cause...Like 10k gold and Blizzard makes a donation of a few bucks to the Red Cross or something!
11-11-2011 @ 9:14PM
Now that's an interesting idea for a gold sink.
11-11-2011 @ 10:33PM
The only downside to this would be that then the wow economy would become dominated by jerks that don't care about X cause ;(
11-12-2011 @ 3:22AM
How does not caring make you a jerk?If it does what about not caring about religion/sports/etc?
11-12-2011 @ 9:41AM
If we institute "donate 10k gold, feed a starving child for a week", people might look at someone with that expensive mammoth mount a little funny.And I think not caring about starving children might be different from not caring about football by a little bit!And yes, I shouldn't have used the word jerk, even facetiously.
11-12-2011 @ 7:01PM
The thing is, in WoW, there is no need for a ton of gold.If Blizzard can make it so the poorest can have fun and make gold easily enough to do so, there isn't a problem.Period.If you're an Auction House tycoon with 10 million gold, good for you. I don't care. I don't spend my time playing the WoW auction house. I do like playing WoW. I always have enough money to do what I want (gem, enchant, glyph, get training & flying (even for alts)).Thus, I think the current gold system in WoW is working great. If you have a lot of extra money, that's swell, but it isn't really a problem for anyone else.And this is my big question to WoW Millionaires: Why not play the real world economic game? You could be a IRL Millionaire!
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