BlindMaphisto said:MonsterCrit said:That depends....on how honest you think Blizzard is.Zontar said:What exactly do you think the people selling the tokens are going to do with the gold they bought? Spend it on the AH.MonsterCrit said:Problem is.. this will only make Gold Farming even more profitable. Check it. With people spending gold on freee play... the amount of gold available in game is gonna drop... i.e people are basically gonna be hording gold to get the free play time. which means they won't be spending it on other things in the Auction House.
Blizzard isn't selling the tokens on the AH, players who want gold are.
I mean seriously, you don't believe that a bunch of Blizzard employees aren't going to use their accounts to post up a few of those tokens on the auction house?
Oh it can never be proven and of course even if it was proven there's nothing in the EULA or TOS that prohibits them from doing so anyway.
Because I can tell you. $20 is an absurd about for that amount of Gold. Not that it isn't a good deal but it's not much better than the Gold Farmers but the difference is the Gold Farmers are at least consistent. As someone pointed out. You don't get to set the price of the Token on the market. Your token will go at whatever the going rate is when it's purchased by someone. So in other words if the value drops between when you put it up and when you sell you of course get shafted. your $20 may only net you 28K gold.