The World of Warcraft phenomenon (go back »)

November 20 2007, 12:33 AM

The World of Warcraft phenomenon 电话会议 might be affecting people in a more subtle way than we think. Yes, there have been some cases of dearth (allegedly) caused by over-exposure to World of Warcraft, but what's even more disturbing is that people are beginning to spend important amounts of money for this game. Actually, the main source to earn World of Warcraft gold is undertaking quests and interacting with the other characters (human and non human). Anyway, on the Internet there are many sellers of World of Warcraft gold, willing to give a player the desired amount in exchange of real money 会议电话. For instance, there are online auctions or websites devoted to gold trading such as It's tempting to buy gold, however. I have a lower-level character in World of Warcraft that is about to reach level 40 -- which required four days of playing time to reach--and I'll be able to purchase a horse that will let me move 60 percent faster in the world. The trouble is, it costs around 90 gold pieces total to train and buy it 协同办公. My character has only three gold now. It will take me MANY hours to save that amount of gold... or I could pay the $30 and have it now. Is $30 worth hours of my time? Real World of Warcraft addicts love those kind of transactions, because they want to improve their character, equipping it with new weapons, buying skills and more. However, now there is an alternative way to obtain World of Warcraft gold, that doesn’t require any form of payment.

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