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3-24-2009 @ 2:33AM
This is a horrible slap in face to anyone who has been preparing. Those players and guilds stacking up on flasks is gonna be really pissed at this (I know I am). Those 500 suddenly only worth 250? We must be compensated.
3-24-2009 @ 6:23AM
I agree completely, this would result in a huge loss for guilds that have been stocking up. I would have to insist on some type of compensation if they do this.
3-24-2009 @ 4:06AM
I'm only guessing here, but I'd be very suprised if they don't change it so your 250 2 hr flasks, become 500 1 hr flasks. Or yeah you'd hear a LOT of complaining from guilds/players who've been stocking up in preperation. I'm pretty sure that's what they're going to do though.
3-24-2009 @ 9:35AM
Yup we should be compensated but I'm not sure if I've seen this kind of compensation be put in before, they would have to count your total flasks and double it somehow without problems such as full bags stop the process going through
3-24-2009 @ 10:02AM
I would sell the ones you don't need in the mean time before the patch is actually released on the AH. People still need them after all.Use the cash to buy the matts back and only make flasks on demand up untill the patch does come out. You may lose out depending on the sale of the flask and the price of the matts but you likely won't lose out as much as if you just sit there and cry about it.It is annoying but atleast you know it's coming, not everyone keeps up to date on this sort of info.
3-24-2009 @ 11:56AM
That's not necessarily going to work in the limited time between now and the patch if several guilds on a server decide to try to unload large quantities of flasks. They are their own market, in the first place, and they're going to flood it. There's little hope that they'd walk away breaking even.The whole thing could be solved if they could double the stack limit at the same time. Then they could just crawl through the bags and banks and just double the sizes of all existing stacks of flasks.
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