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I would fucking love to see him play more of the game, I agree with you that it really felt like he didn give it a chance at all, just skipped past leveling, played the introduction up until the cutscene, didn even go to zandalar. like if he had at least done some quests and gotten to 111 and he wasn feeling it then sure, but he didn play through the early leveling and he didn play any new expansion content (outside of the introduction but that was more of a community event when bfa first came out and not indicative of bfa quality, I really enjoyed bfa leveling). there are obviously a ton of issues with bfa but idk just sucks how he wrote it off. maybe he should try classic when that comes out though given how much he likes coh he probably enjoy classic a lot more than modern
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It more of a flavor item for bank alts and the price is largely from it just being so rare. It does seem to sell some so you can probably get anywhere up to 50k even if you just offloading it to another goblin trying to flip it and not sure what it is.
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