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Smack3 says

So, what about WoW (World of Warcraft) Mods, Addons, Interfaces? It might seem silly but you’d be surprised how many people will pay for WoW stuff. Codecanyon seems to be the only marketplace suitable for this. I’d like to know what you guys think about it. Hey, maybe we could even sell our high level characters in a category, lol. Nah, that’s going overboard.

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Bx says

haha! funny! but i think true..

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Thecodingdude says

No.

Then users would want other categories.

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Smack3 says

@SportTipsWorld The Judge Judy was hilarious.. What a deuche.

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mordauk says

The biggest problem that I see wish this is that a category for WoW is in no way, whatsoever related to web/app development, which is the focus of Code Canyon. To open up a category like that would then bring up, “well, why not have a category for game mods, game characters, game addons, etc”.

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Smack3 says

The biggest problem that I see wish this is that a category for WoW is in no way, whatsoever related to web/app development, which is the focus of Code Canyon. To open up a category like that would then bring up, “well, why not have a category for game mods, game characters, game addons, etc”.

I understand your point, this was just a thought that popped in my mind and I’m sure if envato could fit it somewhere appropriate, they would.

I agree that there is no appropriate place right now.

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jrd89 says

mmmm, prolly not a good idea. Way to specific and I do not think envato or authors would profit from this.

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JeffreyWay says

Yep – probably not a best fit.

But I am actively looking at an Add-ons category for existing items. Still working out the details of that though.

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jwmcpeak says

I think that’s against Blizzard’s ToS. I think their rules state while you can ask for donations on a website, the addon must be free.

Update: Yep. Against their policy. http://wow.joystiq.com/2009/03/20/new-add-on-policy-makes-selling-add-ons-against-the-rules/

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