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10-06-2011 @ 1:06PM
They already have your new characters start out with your BOA pets, adding heirlooms you've purchased onto that sounds like the next logical step.
10-06-2011 @ 1:23PM
I always wondered why they didn't do this...it seemed they had the functionality for it. You could just delete the heirlooms you didn't need on each character or store them for later...I really want to start playing on another server so it would be nice to have my heirlooms to make leveling faster haha
10-06-2011 @ 1:47PM
This would be a huge thing for us altoholics, I have a ton of alts on many realms.
10-06-2011 @ 1:58PM
The problem is that they don't like how the pet mailing works, either. It's a mess and only works the first time you create the character. If you unlocked a brand-new Heirloom with your guild, how would your level 52 Paladin access it? Delete and recreate?
10-06-2011 @ 2:11PM
loop_not_defined:The same way it works now with pets, of course, by having said item appear in your lvl 52 paladin's mailbox. How did that completely logical conclusion elude you?-.-
10-06-2011 @ 2:26PM
Agreed with PeeWee. I've had to add and remove my authenticator several times over the past week, and each time my account had that "Authenticator?" variable checked on or off my characters received a new Core Hound. Tying a vendor action to a larger account statistic doesn't seem like it would be terribly difficult to accomplish, even if it means reprogramming the heirloom vendors a bit.
10-06-2011 @ 3:04PM
I like the idea of the heirlooms hanging in the closet- of my guild housing!Then whenever I needed something, I could just go get an old dusty set and grind my way to max level all over again.
10-06-2011 @ 6:08PM
loop, when you register a new Collector's Edition, those pets get mailed to you, whether your character is new or not.
10-06-2011 @ 6:15PM
@PeeWeeI apologize for offending you. Or something. o_O
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