Make it an interface function.
Mailbox object in our bags.
Leave them as they are.
Yeah, remove them mailboxes! It was sooo much better in 2005 when we had no mailboxes, before the Activision Bli$$ard era.
Originally Posted by Shinra1
How many times is someone going to reply to the OP that he can hide the mailboxes from his minimap?
Can a bored person count how many times so far in this thread someone has told the OP this?
Not to mention, you can uncheck mailboxese on your minimap so it won't show them.
This. Not being able to fly ruins immersion for me. Who hasn't the the "whoa" feeling when finally being able to explore anywhere you want to after being on foot for so long?
Sadly, Blizzard has been catering to much to the vocal minority since the failure of hard Cata dungeons. I'm always eager to see if they'll learn their lesson with the next patch or expansion. Alas, they haven't learned yet.
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Sorry for being sarcastic but bloody come on. Do people actually spend time thinking of things to moan about?
Step 2: click mailbox
Step 3: click mail item
Step 4: read mail
or your proposed solution
Step 1: click mailbox (interface button)
Step 2: click mail item
Step 3: read mail
You saved a whole step there. I mean, I could at least consider your argument if you didn't already whine that they're everywhere, seriously, you need to and complain about tracking something that you complain are everywhere, infesting the world.
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Once Blizzard goes through with the cash shop, which is very likely next expansion, we will probably see a similar mail system to GW2.
It's cute. It's immersive. I'm sure the RP'ers love it.
The interface mail thing in GW2 is just one of the thousands of little details of why other MMO's fail and WoW hasn't.
Blizzard added a ton of mailboxes for convenience, but still stuck to the core principle that it's kind of hard to mail a letter, without a mail box (or a mail runner).
Last edited by ablib; 2013-10-20 at 07:06 PM.