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12-15-2011 @ 4:22PM
This is great, but it doesn't address the number 1 concern i had/have with RealID as well:It needs an "invisible" or "private" switch.I have many toons across many servers, some of which were specifically crated so i could play the game and not have to deal with interruptions/requests/nagging from people.
12-15-2011 @ 5:01PM
Hopefully there will be a AFK/DND message. If the people on your Real ID/friend list can't respect that then they probably should not be on your list ;)
12-15-2011 @ 5:22PM
this. oh so very much THIS. i had to start playing minecraft a LOT after 4.3 landed because i wasn't all that into doing the dungeons, when the day came. certainly not as a tank.but first request the day after it drops, within two minutes of my logging in: wanna tank a new dungeon for us?mind i'm on my baby druid at the time(and had been having lots of fun so i was loathe to move away from something fun into something that had potential to not be fun). i bought a few days a week in, by saying 'well, i wanna take this character in, but i gotta level and gear, etc.' while on my healer.that didn't last.so i started avoiding the game a bit more.in other news my minecraft base has gone from a cabin in the woods to a veritable fortress complete with curtain wall and the 35x35 quarry has almost reached bedrock.
12-15-2011 @ 6:08PM
I KNOW RIGHT, don't you hate it when you're having a blast in Goldshire one night and you check your friends list to find a dozen people spying on you?But no seriously, I would like that as well. It's good to get away from it all sometimes. And by "it all" I mean that "that clingy friend who you thought it would be a good idea to ad at the time but now they never leave you alone and you don't have the heart to unfriend them because you're afraid they'll notice and be all ' ;~; ' "-guy.
12-15-2011 @ 6:23PM
Not gonna use this until there's an invisible feature. I only have three people on RealID, and I trust all of them to eff off (in a nice way ;) ) and leave me alone. Now that the BattleTag thing is coming out, I'd use it, but I want to be left alone and have an invisible option for some of my characters sometimes. Why not?
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