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Saturday, August 7, 2010

WTF Items

Yesterday a gamer sent me a PM regarding rare items, he was so anxious on spending PHP for his character's armor set and weapons. He then decided to ask me about my stand regarding such issue. Reading the first few lines of his message, I already have an answer and in fact not even reading any of those lines, I already know what to say when it comes with PHP.

Either legal or illegal trading where PHP or E-points is concerned, I completely disagree. After a few discouraging experience with Mobius services I no longer support E-points or PHP trading 100% because of some personal reasons.

First of all Online Games like our old favorite MU is protected by copyrights which is more powerful than human rights. Secondly, not unless you are aware of the end users license agreement, spending time and money with your favorite game is a pain in the ass and heart when it comes to investment return. The moment the game collapse its one HELL of a bye bye love. You are just spending on something you cannot own.

Yeah for sure you have controls over your account but that is just a fraction of the entire truth. When the whole realm goes down, so as your account like a bubble that pops off to no where. Most copyrights entitles only the end user to access their account and to use what they called service only, but have no right over the account and virtual items in-game. It is like paying for a house that cannot be yours!

The next time you saw a fully loaded character with WTF items, don't get yourself to carried away with envy, they are just wealthy enough to rent those items. Just enjoy the game with how much a free enjoyment can take you! :) Happy gaming and may the power of Financial Education be with you!

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