Goldash wrote:Having a limited edition doesn't show you are special in any way other than to show you have spent extra money on the game. Its just currently you have to go outside of blizz and pay exorbitant prices. Currently for me to get the rest of the pets I don't have it would cost about $6,000 via ebay. If they were to make changes as I have suggested it would cost me $625 which is still ridiculous for essentially digital avatars but I can justify it a little better to satisfy my OCD and my bank account and it would fund a game further that I have enjoyed for a long time.
Haevlyn wrote:If you want them badly enough, you'll buy them.
Kpb321 wrote:I'm really mixed on this one. The collector in me says I wish there was some other way to get them now. Especially for the early ones where pets were something completely different than they are now...
...Releasing a recolor doesn't help because I, like most collectors I think, would still want both the new recolor and the original.
Kpb321 wrote:Adding a new way to obtain them wouldn't be fair to people who have spent lots on them, only to have them devalued by blizzard re-releasing them.
Kpb321 wrote:Especially for the early ones where pets were something completely different than they are now.
Kalium wrote:Back in Vanilla pets took up bag space and didn't do anything...
the thought of having one was a waste of space and time.
If I only knew that pets would be changed to journal form and expanded sometime later I would have jumped on it.
On a side note... it would be really cool if Blizzard opened up the store for the 10 year anniversary... allow a limited time window to pick up the pets from Collector's Editions and BlizzCons past.
Poofah wrote:Kpb321 wrote:Adding a new way to obtain them wouldn't be fair to people who have spent lots on them, only to have them devalued by blizzard re-releasing them.
Ruststorm wrote:However, notice the word "limited"...
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