Jun 25th 2010 9:02PM Why is it that a company the size of Blizzard, when confronted with a wide spread issue of payment issues (hit the customer service forums if you aren't aware), responds with only a blue post telling you not to contact customer service?
You would think that a large company like Blizzard that professes to care about its image would be able to do a mass query and credit some play time on accounts that will get refreshed anyway. A little napkin math show a fairly large profit loss, but its really only a couple day delay of payment. I just don't understand the lack of motivation on Blizzard's side to keep tech issues from affecting their customers.
May 19th 2010 2:54PM Just because something has a higher item level doesn't mean it will have a higher itemization budget. Naxx 10 gear and heroic epics shared an item level of 200, but the Naxx gear certainly had greater itemization value on it.
That isn't to say that epics from ICC will last all the way to the first raid tier, but just because the first set of greens has an arbitrary ilevel 300 attached to it doesn't mean that the gear MUST be better. Now 300 epics (if they exist) certainly would be expected to be significantly better.