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10-25-2010 @ 10:02PM
Wait...people already got their Deathys? I ordered the DirectTV stream and it said to wait 6-8 weeks. I'm guessing only people who physically went got theirs asap.
10-25-2010 @ 10:04PM
Yup, people who attended got a loot code in their bags. Us streaming subscribers have to wait a bit longers./tap/tap/tap
10-25-2010 @ 10:48PM
That's how it went last year too. People who actually attended Blizzcon got the codes in their goodie bags and can redeem them immediately. People who ordered the DirecTV stream have to wait 6-8 weeks.
10-26-2010 @ 12:35AM
Don't get me wrong, Deathy = awesome. However, part of me wanted to see a mount on alternating years after the Blizzcon bear popped up. Perhaps a Deathy the murloc mount would just be too OP though?
10-26-2010 @ 1:43AM
I don't see the point in making the streamers wait this long. Is it really such a complicated process?
10-26-2010 @ 8:37AM
As I posted on their forums after I learned the time frame for DTV customer:"Seriously? Don't get me wrong; I understand it's a one-time thing like every other event. However, I can understand 6-8 days but WEEKS? Even the HSN has a shorter shipping time. Did we end up back in the 90's and I missed it?"
10-26-2010 @ 5:49PM
It will probably arrive with your next bill cycle, which depending on the time you get billed could be 6-8 weeks from now.
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