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3-23-2012 @ 4:10PM
I was just bummed that they offered this with a bump to Cata instead of a bump to MoP. I mean, if you already have Cata, you lose that perk. Plus if you REALLY want to bring players back, bump them up to the new expansion coming out. Not the one that's dying out and was a disappointment which led some of us to stop playing to begin with.
3-23-2012 @ 4:19PM
That makes so little business sense that I don't even see a reason to explain. Maybe others here are willing (I'll admit that I'm not a nice person)
3-23-2012 @ 4:37PM
So.... sign up now to play in a few months? "Come back, but you can't play yet" isn't that great of a message.I'm just not following what you are asking for. The scroll of resurrection is to get you to come back. Asking you to come back for something you can't get yet just isn't coming across to me and makes it sound like all you really want is to QQ your way into free stuff. It may work in restaurants with badly trained staff, but this is Blizzard we are talking about.
3-26-2012 @ 9:52AM
No no, my comment was geared towards the timing of this "enhanced" SoR. As in my case, my account has been dead long enough, so I qualify. However, I had already purchased Cata, so the perk to get upgraded to Cata from whatever pack you are currently at would not apply to me. My comment was more in reference to the fact that it seems geared more towards players who quit before Cata ever came out, versus players who quit after. If Blizz really wants to bring players back, it would be more of an incentive offer the new expansion as a perk, versus the last expansion that came out that a fraction of the players who left might already have. Afterall, I can buy the annual pass and get Diablo III for free, and it's not out yet either. So why couldn't Blizz have done something similar for the SoR with regards to MoP? It was just a thought to share, not a rant or a QQ session. Drama fans, seriously...
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