From time after time, many publishers still does not approve of players selling DDO plat but of course many players will continue to buy DDO platinum as long as they are available. It has not even been more than 2 weeks since its release date and sellers have already been flooding the market with all the D&D gold on nearly every server. So you must all be wondering where all this gold is coming from and how it’s affecting the game play?
Well, for start, there was a long beta period. With all that time many players have spent hours and hours perfecting the fastest way for them to farm DDO gold. Along with that, they have probably made several characters for trials, finding the fastest ways to level up to 50(currently the maximum level allowed). This is a very profitable market for Chinese players. They can easily run this service for Americans and make a great deal of Yuan.
Normally in any MMORPG, if you’re rich and have all the gold you need then you can more than likely buy all the gears & skill points necessary to help you level and make you the most powerful player possible. Well, guess again. In DDO there is a restriction to the items you may use, if you’re low level you cannot wear certain items above what you currently are. I’ve heard it takes approximately 2 months for an average player to hit 50. If you decide to purchase DDO gold, I believe you may be able to hit 50 faster than the average. For the unfortunate players who didn’t make that purchase, they will probably be left behind.
Many players find this market to be rather unfair. However many players does not have the time to devote 8 hours of their day into gaming and would like to be just equally as strong as those who spend more time playing. Fact is, even if you have all the items you need, what makes a player good is still their skills they have in “microing” their own character. Along with that, a lot of the players would rather skip through the boring leveling process, especially if it’s very repetitive. It is pretty hard these days to be 1 of the top players with out buying DnD gold from stores or other players.