When I start reading for Wow Economy, I found gems on Gevlon’s site.
Yes, sometime he takes on extremes, his wording is not nice, and not politically correct, as he put it. But to the point, he don’t hesitate to point out the right thing with the meanest word.
I like his thinking, most of them, I agreed.
Recently, he get to his cap, the limit by Blizzard, the great gold cap limit of 32bit integer. (or whatever meaning to the non-Computer geek). He consider to stop making money, therefore gaming, therefore blogging. In this post
While I agreed with him most of the time before, I found there are quite lots of problem on his conclusion. And I bet he didn’t think clearly on that. (Shocked by the Gold Cap maybe?)
I have a list of thoughts on his post though…
1. If he doesn’t get guild invitation, it doesn’t means making money is worthless.
A guild takes many things to support, money is one of them. Human relationship is important too, I am not talking about helping those M&S but inter social networking. Money may not take over the whole thing, but it is still essential to a guild…
My point is, Even if the gold do not change a guild discussion that much, do not necessary means that his work is pointless.
2. Blogging is not essentially had to be WoW-related.
I know this is a wow-blog, but we do enjoy the
Working hours and rewards
They are not wow-related, but with wow examples. Which help us wow-player understand clearly. The part I found most interesting on his post over other Wow-Economic post is his observation of the World around us.
3. Yes, you don’t owe us.
On the post, his said some commenter “demand” posts. in a sour tone. No, you never owe us post.
4. But. It’ll be a lost (to us) if you stop blogging.
I do believe Gevlon enjoy his writing, at least for most of the time.
And we enjoy reading them.
But isn’t that enough?
Side Note: It’s late when I read his post (Hong Kong Time). So may be I can’t organize clearly, but I do have those word in my mine.I had to put them up somewhere.
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