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9-23-2010 @ 3:01PM
NIce idea but impractical..Your assuming that Blizzard make the authenticators.They don't. A third party company Vasco both makes them and also owns the patent for the particular model of device that is the Blizzard Authenticators. This company has plenty of other corporate customers , some Bigger then Blizzard that they have to fill orders for. The only way would be for them to of ordered enough shipments of Authenticators way ahead of time. And there have been several Occasions when the Authenticators have been sold out of the Blizzard store and they've had to wait on shipment from Vasco. Not looking good on the whole stockpiling thing.Also some people with wicked fast internet will be downloading the expansion anyway. What do you say to them?
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