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Which is more or less the point I've been trying to make; the super rich will be the first to buy them, but I still have a feeling they'll make use of their invites, even if it's just to their friends and guild mates.
I know everyone's @#$%^ing about this, worried that people are going to make monopolies. But let's not forget something. What one man can build, another can destroy. Rest assured, if I somehow get my hands on one of these invites, I WILL be passing out free invites left right and center.
or paying a monthly fee.
I don't see why they couldn't just have instanced the whole thing, that way you don't need to worry about the whole server trying to use it at once. Spectator wise why not make it so a random player is selected that everyone is watching or some-such. Not quite as prestigious, but this is just unnecessary.
And once again it shows that Blizzard very much stimulates gold farming practices.
Entry to the club should have involved passing various "soloing" testssoloing old raid bosses/bosses in general that arent class specific, or completeing some soloing challenges(account wide) then it turns out we were being secretely scouted outwhat kinda loser fight club is this that some rich ^&*!@#$ that cant fight can just buy his way in
I have 2 questions:1.What is the starting price for the invitation (cuz all black market items have a starting price)?2.How many players can someone within the guild invite ( I guess only 1 but not sure) ?
I might be tilting my head wrong, but it looks to me like a bunch of QQ over the fact that the hardest workers are the first to reap the rewards.