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    Quote Originally Posted by Bloodhunter View Post
    Gold Sinks = Morph Stones. These are going to be expensive
    Except that the only ones we've seen so far are available for karma. So, it's likely that the higher level stones will be available for karma too, just at higher prices.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Barrowmore View Post
    Anet had a different answer for gold sinks at one point: energy potions, when it was still used for all skills. They haven't said much else regarding durability-like gold sinks yet since they were removed.
    They'll probably do super awesome looking gear, maybe a trait or so at VERY high prices (traits are still found by exploring, right), or even possibly a free level or so at EXTREMELY VERY high prices.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Plagous View Post
    Except that the only ones we've seen so far are available for karma. So, it's likely that the higher level stones will be available for karma too, just at higher prices.
    almost everything in GW1 was tradable, if that happens in GW2 as well, morph stones could indeed be sold by NPCs for karma. but nothing would prevent players to trade them as regular material sort of like ambers or jadeite which was bought with factions points.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sacrypheyes View Post
    almost everything in GW1 was tradable, if that happens in GW2 as well, morph stones could indeed be sold by NPCs for karma. but nothing would prevent players to trade them as regular material sort of like ambers or jadeite which was bought with factions points.
    Even if that did happen that'd be ok. There are still plenty of gold sinks available in guild wars now. Yes mostly everything can be traded player to player but that's what makes GW different and better. There'll still be plenty of ways to lose your money :]

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    I never really understood the point of having to repair armor, it just doesn't seem like an effective gold sink unless you're something like a tank getting battered all the time, so I'm glad they aren't doing that.

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