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9-06-2008 @ 3:34PM
I don't understand what you mean about a Blizzard Account. I understand a "Blizzard Account" to be the account you set up for the online store. Currently in Europe there is no way to link this to your WoW account. You can't enter your WoW game key for example. There isn't a way to link your store account from your WoW Account either so how does this work in the US?
9-06-2008 @ 3:47PM
https://www.blizzard.com/account/management/add-game.xmlIs what I would be guessing. Seems like they are doing what Steam did, linking your games to one account.
9-06-2008 @ 4:34PM
Confirmed. I just set up my Blizzard Account, and entered my old CD Keys for Diablo II and the D2 expansion. But that seems to be specifically to download the classic stuff (very cool). "Which game keys can I attach to my Blizzard Account?The following games are supported by the Games page at this time: * StarCraft, StarCraft Battlechest, StarCraft Anthology * Warcraft III, Warcraft III: The Frozen Throne, Warcraft Battlechest * Diablo II, Diablo II: Lord of Destruction, Diablo II Battlechest"They send you off to your WoW account if you want to download WoW. There is no link at all, from what I can see so far, except that I decided to register with the same email address. Am I missing it?
9-06-2008 @ 4:37PM
In the US with a US account, I should have mentioned.
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