X: Then again, looking at how much people spend, over the time people have played WoW(I know someone who's played since 2004 and has only spent about 1000 dollars or about 150 dollars a year) compared to people in Trickster (check out the how much have you spent thread)who have spent that amount of money in about three years, you can say that money-wise Tricksters are more addicted. Time wise, I would say is the same, since many people spend about 4 to 5 hours a day playing on WoW or Trickster, or some people just play all day.
tl;dr Some tricksters spend more than some WoW players on a money/time basis.
@Shini: Oh, also pardon me for the confusion, but what you quoted from Watusi and what you said, did not make sense. I also didn't think that WoW and Trickster could be comparable in the whole Myshop/Galder situation.
And if the GM's want to enforce this then let them, people are still going to spend or buy MyShop points. Just look at the thread talking about the Shoppers Frenzy event. Maybe if points were soulbound from the beginning, then this problem wouldn't have existed...