Pricing of flying epic mounts
Quote from: Drysc (Source：[ http://forums.worldofwarcraft.com/thread.html?topicId=7084628942&pageNo=8&sid=1#153 ]）
No the price wasn't justified by some arbitrary means of satisfaction. You look at how much someone makes leveling up, you take estimated costs and selling prices of various materials. Money gained from dungeons, etc. All these things can be averaged, and then you place a point in time where you think it would be appropriate for someone that's accumulating money to be able to afford this one thing. 5000g seemed like a good price point. Someone would have to either be really dedicated to playing a lot, or want to reach that goal and what would be a reasonable amount of time to reach it?
Time is the factor in pricing, not relative "worth". That would just be silly
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