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12-13-2007 @ 2:10PM
When items have identicle icon graphics & very similar names, it's easy to misclick. Add in the insanity that happens in Area 52 with people causing trouble and its a recipe for disaster.I think GMs should only replace this gear if the ticket was filed immediately after the purchase. Players shouldn't be able to try the gear out, respec, then request a change or anything like that. And the GMs should be able to pull data/logs to prove when the purchase occurred so I don't see the problem.I can understand WHY GMs might not want to do this... it adds a lot of workload... but considering how long it takes some people to earn arena points (literally, since Blizz wont fix 2v2/3v3 queues) and how hard people work for them... I think it is fair.
12-13-2007 @ 5:28PM
I'd agree with you, except that sometimes people don't notice until after they've tried it out. Then it's a little hard to see if they are purposefully trying it out or simply unknowingly. But you're right when you say that they shouldn't be allowed to respec and such, that's pretty indicative of buying gear on purpose.
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