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There’s no better way to let the world know that your level-85 character is better than theirs.
The final addition to the World of Warcraft Trading Card Game’s “Aftermath” block, Tomb of the Forgotten, is now on sale in the online Blizzard Store. This new set introduces a new monster race -- the proud and ritualistic Tol’vir -- and three new monster heroes: paladin, priest, and rogue.
For generations, would-be conquerors have ravaged the land in search of a mythical Titan weapon -- a weapon safeguarded by a proud race. To defend the world, you must steel yourself and brave the Lost City of the Tol’vir. The future is not etched in stone.
As with previous World of Warcraft Trading Card Game sets, players will have the chance to obtain randomly inserted Loot™ cards that provide cosmetic items for their online World of Warcraft characters. The Loot cards in Tomb of the Forgotten are:
Sand Scarab (Common), allowing players to summon a non-combat companion to accompany them on their adventures.
Spurious Sarcophagus (Uncommon), providing the spooky experience of being trapped inside a mummy’s tomb, complete with creepy creaking upon entry audible to everyone within earshot.
White Camel (Rare), granting your character an exclusive mount to venture through Azeroth in true Tomb of the Forgotten style.
Tomb of the Forgotten Booster Packs contain 16 cards per pack for a retail price of only $3.99. The Tomb of the Forgotten Display Box contains 36 packs, and the Tomb of the Forgotten Epic Collection contains everything you see here:
Visit WoWTCG.com for more information on Tomb of the Forgotten and other World of Warcraft Trading Card Game releases.
I'm glad the Devs are finally handing back the attitude that players have been giving them all these years.
I really don't see the problem with this. Like he said, it's not like your'e going to be buying all of your raid epics at once. You'll be lucky to get the chance to see a piece you could use. Then you have to scrounge up the large amount of gold to bid on it, then win the bid.But of course people are going to complain about it
Why was so much of my time spent reading responses from Devs to questions that never even entered 99% of our minds. How is the BMAH selling gear any different from someone crafting it and selling it on the AH. Demand will ensure that the final price is relevant to the scarcity of the piece (Unless of course, someone gets very lucky, as they say).
Hah! don't you see. This is Blizzards obvious way of introducing a huge gold sink. Any gold spent on the BMAH is going away, into the ether, down the drain, out of the server economy. It's a much needed tool to control the ever rampant gold inflation in wow. And it's self regulating, market driven. I like it.
The perfect gold sink has arrived, but people would rather just continue being stupid and believe everyone can buy everything off the BMAH, ow thy community why thou disappoint.
It is easy to beat the argument.Imagine if when Cata Launched, there was a BMAH that sold 3 level 359 epics per week that sold for 20k gold. Would it really matter at all in the grand scheme of things?Honestly, this is a really great thing.. it is going to suck huge amounts of gold out of the economy... for really nothing.. Like I said, the first month of Cata, would you really have paid huge amounts for 359 epics?It would really be great if Blizzard was using this as a way to find gold buyers or hackers. ´Ok team, here are the 3 players who paid 500,000 gold for entry level epics, scan their history and see how they made the gold´.
Interesting. Things tend to lose value quickly in WoW though.
Raid epics on the BMAH are not really different from BoE raid epics. Not sure why this is an issue as long as supply is limited, and the min price stays high (i.e. keeping it similar to availability of current tier BoEs).
Black Market Auction House... Haven't heard of that before, but I haven't read any news on World of Warcraft for some time now.Is it a feature made by Blizzard or some kind of addon?
It is a new type of Auction House on beta, in which NPCs "list" items that are very rare or removed (Tier 3 Naxxramas items, Ashes of Alar) without a buyout price. Wrathion from the Tier 13 quest chain shows up there as well. We'll probably be doing a feature on it soon for those of you not on beta :)
I have no problem with this...okay I have almost no problem with this...
Is this not giving people even more of a reason to buy gold ? How can they actually dare to put up those high prices when they know that gold selling is such a problem and they 'wanted' to eliminate it ? This is encouraging people to buy even more gold, something smells fishy.