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7-18-2008 @ 7:31PM
Everything you've done in vanilla and BC will be carried over to the achievements and unlocked when you first sign in right?
7-18-2008 @ 7:33PM
I'm not so sure about that. I don't think the game for example tracks how many jumps you've made as it is right now.
7-18-2008 @ 7:54PM
Some things are trivial to be carried over, like leveling a profession, getting to 70 or getting HK'sI don't think they keep info like "max distance fallen without dying" though...
7-18-2008 @ 7:57PM
That's one of the things that most disappoints me here. :( Unless Blizz has been keeping ridiculous amounts of data on all this "just in case," (and let's face it, that seems very unlikely) I'll always wish I'd had this statistical info tracked going back to when I first created my toons who are already to 70. Knowing "How many times have I jumped since WotLK?" just doesn't have the same impact as "How many times have I jumped in my entire life?"
7-18-2008 @ 10:45PM
LOL ... the only thing more hilarious would be a ranking based on how many times you jumped ...I'ld never have believed "How many times have I jumped in my entire life?" does impact ANYONES life. But I guess I was wrong, all those nervous bunnies actually have a purpose to what they are doing ... then again there are also tools to track your mouse clicks and key strokes ... damn, my life is pretty meaningless compared to that ... NOT
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