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  1. #221
    Quote Originally Posted by TrollHunter3000 View Post
    What would the other options be? Limit the amount of gold someone can carry over to TBC or that a copy of a character can have? That doesn't really seem fair to people who have been farming gold for over a year now.

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    what? Activision is literally blizzard's parent company. Activision doesn't have a parent company. Activision has a separate subsidiary that is Activision publishing.
    With the near gamebreaking ways people have been farming gold in classic i think it would be a great idea to limit gold taken over to tbc to something like 5k.

    Cant be bad for overall economy tbh. The people who have way more then that have most likely participated in some sort of degenerate playstyle that allowed them to make the amount of gold they made. The people have swear they have gotten all the gold from GDKP runs - where do you think that gold came from in the first place?

  2. #222
    Quote Originally Posted by TrollHunter3000 View Post
    What would the other options be? Limit the amount of gold someone can carry over to TBC or that a copy of a character can have? That doesn't really seem fair to people who have been farming gold for over a year now.

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    what? Activision is literally blizzard's parent company. Activision doesn't have a parent company. Activision has a separate subsidiary that is Activision publishing.
    They should have kept them separate entirely. People who goldfarmed in vanilla classic, would still have the said gold in their use there. That without screwing people over who come for BC rather than vanilla. How's it fair for people coming for BC, that the vanilla goldfarmers take complete control of the entire economy, when even their grandmothers sit around with 10k-500k gold per character? It's already so far removed situation from the actual vanilla - BC transition back in the day, that any argument of "because this is how it went back then" is already completely bogus.
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    True, I was just bored and tired but you are correct.

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  3. #223
    Quote Originally Posted by Azadina View Post
    They should have kept them separate entirely. People who goldfarmed in vanilla classic, would still have the said gold in their use there. That without screwing people over who come for BC rather than vanilla.
    What? That doesn't make any sense. So, someone who wants to keep their character on vanilla classic just go into BC with 0 gold?

    How does it screw over people who only come for BC? That was their choice. They could have played and farmed gold too.

  4. #224
    Its a shame they caved to the outrage....this service shouldnt be 15 or 35,it should either not exist,or cost ATLEAST 60e

    people dont seem to understand,that they are basicaly BUYING a fully geared bis character in many ways with this,it should be way more than a normal boost

  5. #225
    Quote Originally Posted by ClassicPeon View Post
    With the near gamebreaking ways people have been farming gold in classic i think it would be a great idea to limit gold taken over to tbc to something like 5k.

    Cant be bad for overall economy tbh. The people who have way more then that have most likely participated in some sort of degenerate playstyle that allowed them to make the amount of gold they made. The people have swear they have gotten all the gold from GDKP runs - where do you think that gold came from in the first place?
    This is why I think they should just say fuck it and put in a wow token. Especially with GDKPs and hundreds of thousands of gold being moved around so much now it's extremely difficult to take action against people who buy gold. People who sell is a bit easier but they definitely can't keep up with the bots and how those accounts hide their gold.

  6. #226
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    Quote Originally Posted by TrollHunter3000 View Post
    what? Activision is literally blizzard's parent company. Activision doesn't have a parent company. Activision has a separate subsidiary that is Activision publishing.
    The parent company is Activisonblizzard not Activison, to quote the wiki.
    ctivision Publishing, Inc. is an American video game publisher based in Santa Monica, California. It currently serves as the publishing business for its parent company, Activision Blizzard, and consists of several subsidiary studios. Activision is one of the largest third-party video game publishers in the world and was the top United States publisher in 2016.
    and if you think one of the subsidiary studios under it might be blizzard the answer would be no.

    Activision Shanghai in Shanghai, China, founded in 2009
    Beenox in Québec City, Québec, Canada, founded in May 2000, acquired on May 25, 2005.
    Demonware in both Dublin, Republic of Ireland and Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, founded in 2003, acquired in May 2007.
    High Moon Studios in Carlsbad, California, founded as Sammy Corporation in April 2001, acquired by Vivendi Games in January 2006.
    Infinity Ward in Woodland Hills, California, founded in 2002, acquired in October 2003.
    Raven Software in Madison, Wisconsin, founded in 1990, acquired in 1997.
    Sledgehammer Games in Foster City, California, founded on July 21, 2009.
    Toys for Bob in Novato, California, founded in 1989, acquired on May 3, 2005.
    Treyarch in Santa Monica, California, founded in 1996, acquired in 2001.
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    7 Studios in Los Angeles, California, founded in 1999, acquired on April 6, 2009, closed in February 2011.
    Beachhead Studio in Santa Monica, California, founded in February 2011.
    Bizarre Creations in Liverpool, England, founded as Raising Hell Productions in 1987 and changed name in 1994, acquired on September 26, 2007,[54] closed on February 18, 2011.[51]
    Budcat Creations in Iowa City, Iowa, founded in September 2000, acquired on November 10, 2008, closed in November 2010.
    Gray Matter Interactive in Los Angeles, California, founded in the 1990s as Xatrix Entertainment, acquired in January 2002, merged into Treyarch in 2005.
    Infocom in Cambridge, Massachusetts, founded on June 22, 1979, acquired in 1986, closed in 1989.
    Luxoflux in Santa Monica, California, founded in January 1997, acquired in October 2002, closed on February 11, 2010.[55]
    Massive Entertainment in Malmö, Sweden, founded in 1997, acquired by Vivendi Universal Games in 2002, sold to Ubisoft on November 10, 2008.
    Neversoft in Los Angeles, California, founded in July 1994, acquired in October 1999, merged into Infinity Ward on May 3, 2014[56] and was officially made defunct on July 10, 2014.[57]
    Radical Entertainment in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, founded in 1991, acquired by Vivendi Games in 2005, laid off most staff in 2012. While studio name remains active within Activision, remaining staff support other projects and the studio does not have an ongoing development.[58]
    RedOctane in Mountain View, California, founded in November 2005, acquired in 2006, closed on February 11, 2010.[49]
    Shaba Games in San Francisco, California, founded in September 1997, acquired in 2002, and closed on October 8, 2009.[59][60]
    Swordfish Studios in Birmingham, England, founded in September 2002, acquired by Vivendi Universal Games in June 2005, sold to Codemasters on November 14, 2008.
    The Blast Furnace in Leeds, United Kingdom, founded in November 2011 as Activision Leeds, changed rename in August 2012, closed in March 2014.
    FreeStyleGames in Leamington Spa, Warwickshire, United Kingdom, founded in 2002, acquired on September 12, 2008, sold to Ubisoft on January 18, 2017, subsequently renamed Ubisoft Leamington.
    Underground Development in Redwood Shores, California, founded as Z-Axis in 1994, acquired in May 2002, closed on February 11, 2010.[49]
    Vicarious Visions in Menands, New York, founded in 1990, acquired in January 2005, moved to Blizzard Entertainment in January 2021 and merged with it in the same time period.[61]
    Wanako Games in Santiago, Chile, founded in 2005, acquired by Vivendi Games on February 20, 2007, sold to Artificial Mind and Movement on November 20, 2008.

  7. #227
    Quote Originally Posted by deenman View Post
    Its a shame they caved to the outrage....this service shouldnt be 15 or 35,it should either not exist,or cost ATLEAST 60e

    people dont seem to understand,that they are basicaly BUYING a fully geared bis character in many ways with this,it should be way more than a normal boost
    I mean not really. You would have had to already had the geared character. If it didn't exist it's not like people would be likely to just relevel on vanilla classic to gear up again. It would almost guarantee the death of vanilla classic as most people move to BC.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Daemos daemonium View Post
    The parent company is Activisonblizzard not Activison, to quote the wiki.
    and if you think one of the subsidiary studios under it might be blizzard the answer would be no.
    You seem to not know how to read. Activision publishing is a separate subsidiary from blizzard. Activision is literally listed as Blizzard's parent company.

  8. #228
    Quote Originally Posted by TrollHunter3000 View Post
    What? That doesn't make any sense. So, someone who wants to keep their character on vanilla classic just go into BC with 0 gold?

    How does it screw over people who only come for BC? That was their choice. They could have played and farmed gold too.
    It makes far more sense than this duping and cloning nonsense Blizzard came up with. Why not allow me to dupe my retail gold into both versions then, while we're at it? Why should I have to start from nothing too, when I do have characters with gold on them?
    Quote Originally Posted by Jtbrig7390 View Post
    True, I was just bored and tired but you are correct.

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    millennials were the kids of the 9/11 survivors.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TrollHunter3000 View Post
    You seem to not know how to read. Activision publishing is a separate subsidiary from blizzard. Activision is literally listed as Blizzard's parent company.
    Here I’ll just quote it again but with some bold.

    Activision Publishing, Inc. is an American video game publisher based in Santa Monica, California. It currently serves as the publishing business for its parent company,Activision Blizzard
    And here from the blizzard page.

    Blizzard Entertainment, Inc. is an American video game developer and publisher based in Irvine, California. A subsidiary of Activision Blizzard,
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  10. #230
    If you are imbecilic enough to want to keep playing classic for some dumb reason after we’ve done all of the content in the past 2 years, you should pay ATLEAST 500$ (stupid should be taxed imo)

    Blizzard should have just forced everybody to move to TBC anyways, im surprised they are going to waste money at all with managing those servers

    TLDR; Move on you backward fucks !

  11. #231
    Quote Originally Posted by Xenavar View Post
    If you are imbecilic enough to want to keep playing classic for some dumb reason after we’ve done all of the content in the past 2 years, you should pay ATLEAST 500$ (stupid should be taxed imo)

    Blizzard should have just forced everybody to move to TBC anyways, im surprised they are going to waste money at all with managing those servers

    TLDR; Move on you backward fucks !
    people want vanila classic,why would they be forced to move to tbc?

  12. #232
    How about charging zero dollars to play the game itself?
    Where does that fit in to your thoughts on greed?

    Does no one realize you are now getting access to THREE separate games for all 1 sub, two of which cost zero dollars to purchase upfront like wow expansions usually do?
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  13. #233
    Quote Originally Posted by deenman View Post
    people want vanila classic,why would they be forced to move to tbc?
    Oh you mean like back in the day when tbc released?

    We need to stop encouraging the autistic 1% of the population that can’t ever move on from anything.

    It’s like those people who still play smash bros melee that is 20 years old when ultimate exists. Get fucking lost lol

  14. #234
    Quote Originally Posted by Hey There Guys its Metro View Post
    How about charging zero dollars to play the game itself?
    It's actually a minimum of £104.28 per year to play it. So not quite zero...

  15. #235
    Quote Originally Posted by Xenavar View Post
    Oh you mean like back in the day when tbc released?

    We need to stop encouraging the autistic 1% of the population that can’t ever move on from anything.

    It’s like those people who still play smash bros melee that is 20 years old when ultimate exists. Get fucking lost lol
    so because you personaly dislike something that doesnt affect you,it shouldnt exist? /slowclap

    well idk what the smash bro sales are,but if melee had milions more players than ultimate,maybe there is a good reason they dont move on?

  16. #236
    Quote Originally Posted by Xenavar View Post
    Oh you mean like back in the day when tbc released?

    We need to stop encouraging the autistic 1% of the population that can’t ever move on from anything.

    It’s like those people who still play smash bros melee that is 20 years old when ultimate exists. Get fucking lost lol
    You do realize that BOTH games we’re talking about are re-releases, right? TBC is 14 years old. Literally the exact scenario you’re trashing.

  17. #237
    Quote Originally Posted by Prag View Post
    You do realize that BOTH games we’re talking about are re-releases, right? TBC is 14 years old. Literally the exact scenario you’re trashing.
    Ill say the same thing about TBC once it has ran its course, again. Vanilla classic was legit when it was new and content was going. It is over now, and I will never understand the people who would prefer that to TBC once the nostalgia (that SHOULD) fades away. Classic is extremely broken and the pvp is terrible.

  18. #238
    Quote Originally Posted by Azadina View Post
    It makes far more sense than this duping and cloning nonsense Blizzard came up with. Why not allow me to dupe my retail gold into both versions then, while we're at it? Why should I have to start from nothing too, when I do have characters with gold on them?
    You keep calling it duping and it's not exactly the typical definition of duping. You aren't creating anything that couldn't already exist in the first place. And you didn't put the time into the game like others did. retail isn't connected to classic. That's like asking why you couldn't take your runescape gold to WoW when you first started playing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Daemos daemonium View Post
    Here I’ll just quote it again but with some bold.



    And here from the blizzard page.
    Uhh okay? You realize you're just proving yourself wrong, right? You seem to be confused about the name "Activision Blizzard". Blizzard entertaining is a subsidiary of activision blizzard. What's so hard for you to understand?

  19. #239
    So wait a second, you can't continue playing with your 60 char unless you pay?

  20. #240
    Quote Originally Posted by Kuntantee View Post
    So wait a second, you can't continue playing with your 60 char unless you pay?
    Play your 60 on Classic era: Free
    Play your 60 on TBC Classic: Free
    Play your 60 on both: $15

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