Yes, there have been some cases of dearth� (allegedly) caused by over-exposure to World of Warcraft, but what's even more� disturbing is that people are beginning to spend important amounts of� money for this game.
Actually, the main source to earn World of Warcraft gold is undertaking quests and� interacting with the other characters (human and non human). Anyway, on� the Internet there are many sellers of World of Warcraft gold, willing to give a� player the desired amount in exchange of real money. For instance,� there are online auctions or websites devoted to gold trading such as (wow gold)bookwowgold.com
It's tempting to buy gold, however.� I have a lower-level character in World of Warcraft that is about to reach level 40 -- which required four days of playing� time to reach--and I'll be able to purchase a horse that will let me� move 60 percent faster in the world. The trouble is, it costs around 90� gold pieces total to train and buy it. My character has only three gold� now. It will take me MANY hours to save that amount of gold... or I� could pay the $30 and have it now. Is $30 worth hours of my time?
Real World of Warcraft addicts love those kind of transactions, because they want to� improve their character, equipping it with new weapons, buying skills� and more.
� However, now there is an alternative way to obtain World of Warcraft gold, that doesn’t require any form of payment. And� in order to find out what this alternative offers, go to bookwowgold.com You’re sure to make some economies, by following the advice from the website.