And of course, roll this sucker back to May 15, 2012.
05/07/2013 04:57 PMPosted by DrothvaderRight now, the most profitable way for anyone to play the game is to simply not play it. Go to your job, make a little bit of money, turn around and use a fraction of that money to save you literally a whole year of grinding gold in the game, buy gear, then turn around and complain that you can't find anything better than what you just bought.
05/07/2013 05:11 PMPosted by Drothvader
Please back up your claim with real examples or proven theories. Ty
Would you like me to use a game that DOES have a cap like WoW for instance?
Instead of chasing at unofficial site, people should rethink what they are paying.
The economic of any society collapse because of greed and the miss use of privileges. Asking and owning too much without trading off equal value. The market GOLD is free, anyone buying with real money is fair, as they are getting an advance by buying time (gameplay) with money.
Item price change do to demand and market quantity. But this does not equal the need to raise the cap for gold bid/buyout on AH/RMAH. There are more gold in the market compare to the beginning of the game, but this does not mean the price of item should raise along with it. The current market is badly inflated with gold.
Each player should only be able to hold up to 10 billion of gold in stash, as the 1% (achievement) given each player 100m or pickup gold, so 100x that is 10 billion of gold. With 10b and the current RMAH gold rate, 10m/0.25 then you will only get $250.00 with ALL of your gold.
AH/RMAH sets a place for people to flip item and producing misleading information for the economy. But it is also a very good place to place trade. Instead of raising the cap on trade they should further limit it to a lower limit of 1b on gold AH.
The game is not a place for people to make money, its a place for people to have fun. Chasing for "worthless" item is not a fun thing to do.
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