This causing a shift as the geekcent loses its value among the populace.
Soon, tips would become the source of income, much to the ire of modders.
Prices in the auctions begin to rise to make up for the sudden downshift in the creation of GeekGold, as the mod engines produce the same amount, but the masses spend more to raise tips.
Next thinig you see would be the rampant inflation, civil unrest, the rise of a dictatorship and a quiet night time coup in Texas as users demand an increase in the pressing of GeekGold to release during modding.
The value drops suddenly again as the tipping is still not in line.
Geekgold begins to show on virtual money trading sites like those that deal in Warcraft cash.
The IRS followed by the FBI take note. Steve Jackson smirks in irony as the BGG servers are confiscated.
BGG is left a smoldering husk of the glory that once was and the people left wounded and confused.