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5-26-2010 @ 10:41PM
My AH toon is a level 1 that I route everything through (the idea is the toon name won't be visible in the armory and thus traceable to my mains in case someone tries to hack me... maybe this is a stupid idea?). Since
5-26-2010 @ 10:43PM
Ugh... trying to use a less than sign means I lost part of the post. It should have said Since less than level 10 doesn't show up in the armory, I can't access my AH toon.I'm guessing I won't be using this function, though it seems potentially useful.
5-27-2010 @ 12:16AM
Just something to think about, but I always level my toons up to at least 10 because I've heard it's a lot more difficult (possibly impossible) for Blizz to restore your items and whatnot if you're level one because they don't make backups of lowbie characters or something like that.
5-27-2010 @ 12:22AM
You can use your level 1 toons with the mobile Auction House application, at least the iPhone version. Here's a guide:http://cynwise.wordpress.com/2010/05/23/cyns-guide-to-using-level-1-characters-with-the-remote-auction-house/I haven't checked the web browser version yet, but I've been banking on my level 1 toons all week from my phone.
5-27-2010 @ 10:24AM
@Cynwise Thanks for the link :) I actually ran into this problem when I first tried it, however when I went back to the tool to write this, magically they had moved my bank alt up into one of the slots.
5-27-2010 @ 10:53AM
Well the browser version seems to be extremely buggy (also not laid out nearly as easily as your phone version) but I at least found mention of the toon I wanted. I just couldn't access it (kept getting taken to blank pages). I'll try again later in case it is merely another case of Armory screwing up.Thanks though. This might work :)
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