Jan 23rd 2008 4:57PM It seems an awful lot of talk about cheating and morals and yadda yadda yadda. It is so much simplier than all of this.
Buying Gold means you are no longer playing the game.
Simple. You are done performing the "exercise" required to get your bit of cheese and now you want someone else to do the labor for you. You lose in the process. If getting gold by playing the game is no longer fun, then I believe you need to call Blizzard up and cancel your account until such time that running a digital avatar around a mystical impossible world to collect virtual money to buy virtual toys to kill virtual monsters and feel good about virtual accomplishments sounds fun again.
Sorry for the run on. I love playing WoW and all the random crap I can do, but for one last time, its a game that is about the experience. Not fun? Quit.
Sep 7th 2007 5:43PM Ron Howard directed Apollo 13 not 11 and it was the apollo 1 that burned
Aug 8th 2007 2:51PM When blizzard said we'd fly through the new content, I didn't think this is what they had in mind.
Jun 22nd 2007 6:09PM Ok... So who's forgetting that not all wow players are grinding outlands every day? Some people play wow for fun every so often (myself included), and when the prices in the AH are skyrocketing that means I have to farm mats, and I'd rather quest than kill 50 bajillion boars to get what I need.
Gold farming takes away any advantage of having the AH. If there were no AH then gold farming would be a legitimate (or at least more so) idea. With the AH gold farming just means that the 5 million or so "casuals" get frustrated and can't buy mats unless they spend a fortune
Nov 24th 2006 3:45PM Girlfriend just had hers stolen, this would make christmas for her, and save me a butt load of cash.
Please sir may I have it