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Monday, 21 January 2008 13:16

WoW gold cap reached

Written by Nadan Hadzibeganovic

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Money makes the WoW go around


A mystery
gamer from Germany has reached a gold cap in WoW.

He managed to amass an incredible total of 214.748 gold, 36 silver and some change. It's quite easy to calculate how much he made. In order to buy 100 in-game gold coins you need to pay around 30 bucks, so this chap has more than 6,000 dollars on his WoW account. Not half bad, eh?

MMO Champion reports that this is not the first time the gold cap has been reached. A couple of months ago, one U.S. gamer managed to do it, and you can check out some screenshots on their Webpage.

 

 

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