Emberdione wrote:I know that's how it works now, but I really think if Blizz does it this way it's a bad way to do it.
From a purely game design standpoint they really should reward people like us who have massive collections on tons of toons to be able to sell the "fruits of our obsessions" as it were.
For example: I have all of the Children's Week pets on 6 toons. This is an absurd amount of work and collecting. It took me 4 years worth of playing these characters at minimum to do it.
Good Design: Reward me for my obsession and allow me to essentially have multiple copies. Then I can sell my "extra" copies to others.
Bad Design: Roll the all into one, essentially making any work I did on the extra alts worthless and wasted.
Now, having said that, from a programming point of view, the bad way is much much easier than the right way.
Regardless, we need to make sure Blizzard knows our feelings on the subject. There might be a designer trying to fight the good fight and meeting resistance. If we make our feelings known, then he might have ammo to change the resistant minds.
Hear, hear!! (((Applause)))