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Posted: Nov 13th 2008 12:31PM (Unverified) said

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Why would anyone pay for a feature such as this when games such as Vanguard already offer it (and more) free of charge?

Posted: Nov 13th 2008 1:20PM Rollins said

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Because having it available in Vanguard (100k subs? Maybe?) doesn't make it available to WoW subscribers (10mil+).

Not knocking Vanguard, mind you; I personally prefer it to WoW. But the two aren't directly comparable.
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Posted: Nov 13th 2008 1:41PM Abriael said

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Yay for blizzard combining the subscription model with the microtransaction model. Since they didn't damage the MMO community enough.

Posted: Nov 13th 2008 4:00PM Sunlover said

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This is cool. I just hope they consider making these options a bit more affordable. 25 dollars for a character transfer is a bit much imo. I know they want to discourage it, but that's what cooldowns are for. Also, it would be great if you could accumulate the ability to do these once in a while for free, like a veteran or customer reward once every few months just as a thank you or earn them with achievement points or some other in-game currency. Either way, good stuff.

Posted: Nov 15th 2008 8:38AM (Unverified) said

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Brilliant! I'll be able to change some generic clonelike character customisation options to other generic similar options! I can't wait to look virtually the same as everyone else.... again.

If you're not European, that was sarcasm..... god I hate this game these days! Rofflemowh!

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