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10-13-2009 @ 9:59AM
Honestly, I had no issues cause I created an email account specifically for this purpose. However, the email should have been an underlined marker for your battle.net accounts and NOT part of your primary password.That was EXTREMELY stupid of Blizzard to do this and; to me at least, gives the impression they WANT people to hack the accounts.I am quite sure I will not have to suffer the same ignorance when SWTOR comes out. I was thinking of switching to that game anyways and all they are doing is forcing cancelations that could be; after 4 years, all too easy to a repeatable game mechanic that offers really nothing new. Seriously, the original game was great. Since then the expansions have offered nothing entirely new to the genra. I know, I know you can fly. Well I assume that was possible cause one could swim from the get go cause their using the same bloody dynamic code. We cannot fight while riding, which is modified walking or flying, which is modified swimming. Everything else is just fluff which even Blizzard reconizes since they are pretty much taking out most of the crude that BC introduced.Just my opinion.
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