Sep 12th 2009 9:21AM I think the current system, with authenticators being available for those who want one, is the best. I was annoyed by the battle.net switch because now I have to type a whole long email every time I log in or switch between accounts.
Also, as far as the physical authenticator - I have several accounts and having a different authenticator for each one would be a nightmare.
And I switch between computers that I play on quite regularly. If I want to pop on WoW real quick at work to check auctions, I can do that without having to remember to bring an authenticator everywhere I go. Or if I wanted to play at a friends house, but couldn't because my physical authenticator is elsewhere, I would be irked.
Another point - I had an authenticator on my main account and found it annoying to have to type in an 11-digit or so code every time. It gets really tiring.
In conclusion, why make authenticators mandatory? Players who want one can buy one and players that don't want one don't have to have one. I've 5 accounts for 4+ years and never been scammed or hacked or anything simply by ignoring scam emails, keeping a secure password, changing the password often, and never buying gold.
Feb 6th 2009 6:55AM It would seem almost as if they had waited to announce the Ammo change until after they had defeated Glider in court.
Nov 11th 2008 5:19PM Sign me up
Jul 30th 2008 9:51AM No, no, no I mean as much work as Blizzard put into making the armor models that they wouldn't let people butcher it.
Whats the UI mod in the picture?
Jul 29th 2008 11:04PM This is a good idea. Armor colouring, however is not. Everybody would wear cheesy black armor. And blizzard puts too much work into the armor to do that.
What UI mod(s) does she have in the picture?
Jul 29th 2008 6:19PM I hope this isn't implemented into the release. It would totally f*ck up lore and make a lot of things make no sense.
If they have motors, why the f*ch am I riding this tiger?
If they have electricity, why the f*ck do we only have f*cking candles?