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3-12-2009 @ 1:04PM
A pogo stick? /want
3-12-2009 @ 1:27PM
While I don't want to see them as currency, it would be nice to recognize people's different broad achievement levels. Someone who has 6000 achievement points has obviously done a lot more in the game than a fresh 80 DK that has only a few hundred. It would be nice to have something noticeable to set the players apart who have done more in the game. Maybe a new unique mount for every 1000 points above 4000 or something like that? Or maybe titles or tabards, or even all 3? Right now when I'm walking around in Azeroth I can't really tell who has 5000 points and who has 500 unless I want to compare achievements with every person who walks by. Would be nice to easily see who has a ton of achievements done.
3-12-2009 @ 1:31PM
@ Aykwagreat ideas, 100% /agree
3-12-2009 @ 3:14PM
I must admit that I was ready to post, "I just like having the points, I don't want to spend them!" But, I agree. It would be nice to have certain rewards at different achievement point levels. Get 1000 and get the title "Novice" maybe. They could even give a certain temporary title to everyone (if anyone does) who has them all. They could be "Master" until there are new achievements at least. ;)It would be cool to see those who have worked very hard on the achievements get some in game recognition that they have loads of points.
3-12-2009 @ 3:24PM
The pogo stick would be sweet, but ONLY if my night elf will do flips while he's on the stick at a random interval as he would if he were just jumping in place.To quote;The wonderful thing about nightelves,Is nightelves are wonderful things!Our tops are made out of glowie eyes,our bottoms are made out of springs.NELFS!NELFS!NELFS!NELFS!Ivence,
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