Jul 5th 2011 1:14PM markets function when optimally when there are certain conditions met: there and many buyers and sellers, no barriers to entry, identical good and a few other factors. this article has quite rightly pointed out that markets and not performing up to scratch because; barriers exist (raiders only) and there are not many sellers. when markets are efficient it is a beautiful thing but this is clearly not an example of one in action.
If this was the real world this would be the perfect market for government intervention
Oct 31st 2010 3:04AM thats quite interesting, however in the case of the shaman i think you'll find that it is haste suffering from diminishing returns rather than mastery becoming more desirable.
Feb 1st 2010 7:35PM that was awesome. the only thing that i find interesting is that through out the WC3 campaigns, the lich king was omnipotent and could see into the future. surely he could see that this was going to happen and planed for it knowing that fondragon would become the new lich king and he would become his new champion.
just a thought
Sep 22nd 2009 10:28AM your comment is pure win