09/28/2012 01:27 PMyou obviously fall under the moron part of my statement. its not about law, its about ethics and morals and good faith business practice idiot. and its quite apparent that blizzard now has no good redeeming qualities. you must be one of the happy to spend you mc donalds paycheck on virtual items RMAH supporters; who think D3 actually requires skill when all it requires is $ spent on gear off the RMAH
Posted by Gadra
Lol im a college grad with cis/ecommerce, and i have never spent anything on rmah tyvm. Ad homonym attacks to troll just make you like unitelligent, so did your original statement. If you didn't mean what you said maby you should work on your english, or think through what your saying before posting, im not a psychic mind reader, i can only read what you say, not what you mistakenly believe you said.
And how does this have anything to do with ethics whatsoever, how can you create new more challenging content, without in turn powering up the player. this is the natural progression of a blizzard game. To anyone that spent real money on something and believes it will be the best gear forever. Im sorry i really feel 0 sympathy, I have some cool gear for sale!
Here's some advice if your going to spend real money and you care about go for a break even. If you put $20 into the system, then consider yourself having $20 to spend in the system. This game moves and progresses and changes, it is trying to move forward and cater to its customers wishes and desires, and what we have been asking for in the forum all along. This patch definitely does that, if you don't like it, well you only have a company actually listening to its customers to blame. If you don't have disposable income, don't be wasting your moneyi nto the rmah simple as that.