The recent addition by ArtsAndWarcraft is a rip from wikipedia. --Stfrn 11:25, 12 April 2007 (EDT)

However, this isn't an issue as all material on Wikipedia is GFDL licenced and available for free reuse. Artaxiel 08:22, 16 April 2007 (EDT)

"Gold farming in America"Edit

The Gold farming in America section is pretty much an ad for that gameapt site and might as well be taken down. Can I get the go-ahead? Omacron

No Kos 16:34, 14 June 2007 (UTC)

Change it to something more generic, and definitely take out the link. Actually I think I'm going to take out that link right now. Pzychotix (talk · contr) 16:38, 14 June 2007 (UTC)

Sources Edit

The article has none. Without them, much of what it says is completely unsubstantiated. "Recent crackdowns on gold farming accounts have resulted in a 2 to 4x increase in the prices of enchanting materials" ... who says that? Hearsay?

Without sources, this allows bias to appear in the article, and can allow those with vested interests to tweak it to make them sound "better".

If sources aren't found, or rewrites aren't performed, within a reasonable time frame, sections will have to go. Kirkburn talk contr 16:08, 22 September 2007 (UTC)

Overhaul. Edit

I'd be glad to undertake the overhaul of this page - I can easily correct the myriad spelling and grammatical errors, and will attempt to substantiate and/or rewrite inaccurate or groundless sections. - Cutthroat

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