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7-15-2011 @ 8:53AM
I'm missing something. * 4,000 honour was to carry over once the new season started, and the excess would become gold. * Blizzard messed up, did the conversion a week early, and didn't inform folks that there would be higher ilvl gear introduced at the start of the season.* The new gear, in any event, would only become available at a time when players would have 4,000 honour to spend on it.That's the situation, as I understand it. So, that being the case, nobody would have had more than 4,000 honour to spend on the new gear, once it became available. Grinding out 20,000 honour in the week previous wouldn't have gotten you anything more than it already did, as you'd only get to keep 4,000 of it.I get it that folks are upset at the gold they spent, and that they feel misled. Those things are understandable. It's pretty natural to feel slighted. However, an apology should go a long way towards soothing some of the sentiment. As to the hard numbers, getting 4,000 honour as compensation, is perfectly fair and reasonable. It's no more than you would have had regardless. In fact, if you only bought one piece, you're going to come out ahead.The above is how I understand the situation. Assuming I have it right, the only people who should be upset, are the ones who thought they were clever enough to game the system. They found out the hard way that it didn't work. Have I missed some piece of the puzzle here?
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