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10-13-2009 @ 8:24AM
FYI - according to the maintenance screen, penguins are to be had by all who switch their accounts over.Rejoice?
10-13-2009 @ 8:27AM
Though according to the blue post, not until later this week.Incoming:"WHAT? YOU MEAN I DON'T GET MY PENGUIN NOW? I QUIT WOW FOREVER!"
10-13-2009 @ 8:28AM
I just loaded up wow just to check that out. Rejoice for penguins! I'm guessing the Chilly from WotLK beta?
10-13-2009 @ 8:40AM
I am - oddly - a bit stoked about having a penguin, tbh.Since a few people have thrown their two cents in at one point or another regarding the battlenet transition, I made the move as soon as I saw it was announced. I have never had an issue with log-ins, being "hacked", or really even all that perturbed by entering my ridiculously long email address on the occasion or two when I've had to actual re-enter it./shrugFor all the reasons to complain about the game, or the company, this is truly a non-issue.
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