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Post by Eorl @ 12:08pm 11/12/13 | 2 Comments
Blizzard has gone ahead and greenlit their in-game shop for popular MMO World of Warcraft, allowing players to purchase both pets and mounts without even bothering to leave the game.
You can now browse and purchase a bevy of mounts and pets* from directly within World of Warcraft through our newly added Shop interface. Just click the Shop icon on the menu bar once you’ve logged in to a character, and you’ll be able to pick out a new friend to add to your collection and start your adventures together right away. By combining the best of cutting-edge goblin and gnomish technology, we’ve also made it possible for you to receive your new pal right in your inventory (or via mail if your inventory is full).
Blizzard has also made the decision easier to adopt these cute virtual animals by cutting the prices on select ones by 50% for a limited time. Those in fear of purchasing in-game are still able to utilise the Battle.net web shop, with the limited time offer available through the shop as well.

Looking for more on these new sales? Check out the official blog post over here.

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Posted 12:10pm 11/12/13
How can I become an in-game breeder? Just to piss everyone off and get them all up on their high-horses about breeders. Or high-Griffin, not sure. Need to make sure there's some awesome Horse-Dragon cross-breeds that I just let out on to the street so people will pay for purebreds :P
Posted 12:35pm 11/12/13
well I guess this is a natural progression for blizzard after all they have been double dipping for a long time and it seems to have paid off for them. clearly people are willing to both pay a subscription and engage in micro-transactions in game.

Makes sense that they try to capitalize on this fact and make it easier.
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