Dec 28th 2010 1:28PM I've had this issue since ever coming to wowinsider. I think most people have, look at all those goofy smiling cyclopsi.
Joystiq's main page doesn't seem to recognize my account at all.
Dec 26th 2010 3:21PM I should have stacked luck instead of stam.
Dec 26th 2010 12:01AM pick me a wiener!
Dec 25th 2010 3:53AM blah, blah, me, me, greedy, greedy, ect...
Dec 23rd 2010 10:01PM I've been needing a good book.
To read or as an offhand.
Dec 23rd 2010 9:44PM /reroll
I'll never fully grasp why the comments section is so buggy.
Oh well...I have been wanting to try out the TCG for some time now.
Dec 23rd 2010 9:36PM /rolls
Dec 17th 2010 7:22PM I too thought it was a bit bizarre to see the links about spousal abuse in the column.
One would hope that Under Pressure would have taken notice and concern of those signs if they exist well before they manifested in WoW.
Dec 15th 2010 2:30AM I had the authenticator ap on my ipod. I lost the ipod and it took about two weeks to have it removed. I had to snail mail a form off the blizz website along with a copy of photo ID. I use digital download, so I don't have a physical cd key to confirm ownership of the account.
I should have written down the serial that comes with the ap, but, did I know I would ever need it for anything? No, not until I needed it deactivated.
I have to admit my own fault there...but blizz service does suck. I had no idea it had even been removed as I hadn't received any such notice from Blizz. The only way I knew was when I got an email asking me to fill out a survey about a customer service rep named Todd that I had never spoken with in any form.
It was a crappy way to miss out on the one week of SC2 beta I had gotten into.
So write down those serial keys if you choose to use an authenticator.
Or don't use one at your own risk. Which, to me, isn't much risk at all. Knowing 3 people other than myself that have played since vanilla and never been hacked.
I'm of the opinion people are paranoid that it might happen to them. You'll hear a sensational story from someone who did get hacked....not so much from people who haven't.
Blizz pushes the issue farther than need be as well. I don't blame them. Certainly some people do get hacked and it costs Blizz man hours to fix it. Time is money friend.
Dec 8th 2010 3:33AM The Devil wears boots of the eagle.