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6-22-2011 @ 11:08AM
Huh, I hadn't realized that the guild mount was BoA. I may have to send my goblock a scorpion, then.
6-22-2011 @ 1:16PM
Somewhere in the recent weeks they converted many if not all BoA's into bind to battle.net items. I remember reading this change but it did not go into effect immediately. In the matter of the guild mounts I would think Blizzard would want to promote this feature up. My guild has a long way to go but it will be a nice reward for all those who have helped make us a happy little leveling guild :)
6-22-2011 @ 1:53PM
"Bind to Account" and "Bind to Battle.net Account" are functionally exactly the same if you only have one Battle.net account (ie you still can't server transfer stuff, so they should just say "Bind to Server"). Most people don't have multiple accounts so Blizzard promoting the change makes little sense.
6-22-2011 @ 4:20PM
@ Theraptor"Most people don't have multiple accounts so Blizzard promoting the change makes little sense."i have to disagree with this statement. yeah its true there aren't many people who have multiple accounts, but for those who did it was a kinda stupid restriction that BoA items had. i would even go as far to say the old bindings punished them for having their characters spread over 2 accounts.
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