Dec 16th 2011 4:13PM I don't like doing this but if I'm desperate I'll settle for buying low and selling mid-range. So if I snag something for 10k and the going rate on the AH is 15k and dropping, I'll advertise on trade for 12k hoping to get someone else to take it off my hands.
Dec 16th 2011 4:10PM I did the following recently, and I felt kind of bad about it but keep in mind I didn't pressure anyone into doing anything they didn't want to do: I advertised on trade that I was wanting to sell valor bracers for 8k. I got a buyer. A few days later I saw someone else advertising to sell valor bracers, "pst with offer." I figured what the hell, and offered 6k thinking there's no way they'd agree, but they did! So when all was said and done I had shiny new valor bracers equipped and 2k in my pocket.
Dec 15th 2011 4:43PM Gimme.
Dec 15th 2011 9:28AM Gimme.
Dec 7th 2011 2:16PM And the problem as I see it is that everyone is comparing this to things like rigging the lottery, killing someone, or robbing a bank. It's a freaking video game.
Dec 7th 2011 2:07PM At least four other people "fixed it for them" before you did. ;-)
Dec 7th 2011 1:56PM Wow, so passionate! Relax--I get it. I never said I don't think anything should happen, I just said I don't necessarily think it should be a bannable offense.
As for your examples: "the lotto bug," I would expect the lotto commission to fix the glitch and take away any money given away by mistake. No jail time (or ban) for anyone. "The kill me and take my stuff bug," I'd say it's slightly different in that you would be stealing items from me that I presumably earned on my own. In this situation the items were being taken from thin air.
Again--I'm not arguing. Just voicing an opinion that I will keep to myself next time. I'm not "crazy," nor a toddler. Sheesh...
Dec 6th 2011 1:39PM In my opinion, if it's in the game, it's fair, "exploit" or not. I don't like seeing people get banned for stuff like this. By definition, the game is what they program it to be -- it's not like cheating at, say, poker. We play within the confines of a system Blizzard programs. Failure to program correctly shouldn't result in players getting banned.
I do see both sides, though. I get it. Just my two cents.
Nov 30th 2011 11:50AM With Transmog now live, it changes how people view your character. From now on, we purposefully choose the look of our armor. So, why do you think it isn't reflected when viewing from the armory? Have they said anything about this that I missed?
Nov 10th 2011 8:14AM The other time I noticed it was when dismounting from the Magic Broom during Hallow's End.
No Brewfest trinkets or anything...