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Made it to the top 100 on wcp ...


... held back slightly by Spirit of Competition (fml), Murky (£3,000+? really!?). Mini-Tyrael (£1,000+ really!?)


... and a mad merchant pet at 1,000,000g !!!!


When Blizzard are selling in-game pets for the token equivalent of over £150 then something is very, very wrong with the game! I can afford it, but this naked greed is too much for my taste! (Tokens are worth 100,000g in the EU at present - they were 60k not long ago, making the pet closer to over £250 at the start of Legion!)


...for what is a naff, and UNLIMITED pet...


... I'll buy Murky for hard cash before I'll get ripped off for that reskinn!

Posted: December 22, 2016 6:38:39 AM

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Being addicted to this stupid game AND wanting to have some semblance of a life is hard enough. Grind is one thing, but Legion is just wearing me down. Max levelling every class I do as a matter of course, eventually, but if Blizzard expect me/us to create a dozen max-levelled, max rep, max geared mains just to get our pets/mounts, they are bloody crazy. I will walk away from the game forever before I will let my OCPD destroy my life to that level. That insane level of committment is NOT a game!

Posted: February 18, 2017 9:47:38 PM   |   Edits: 0   |   Rating: +10

I remember getting the 2-seater mount in Wrath. That was a lot, at the time...

Ditto the two-seater mount (with xmog vendor) in Cata...

Ditto paying crazy prices in bidding wars on BMAH for TCG pets...


But 1,000,000g for a naff pet? 2,000,000g for a mount - That's just exploitive. Especially when it follows (unnecessarily) raising the gold cap to 10m and adding gold for ca$h tokens. That's not burning up our garrison gold resources (caused by their lack of foresight), that's naked greed!

Posted: December 11, 2016 11:02:33 AM   |   Edits: 0   |   Rating: +7
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