this is one step too much. If they actually put premioum on this, it will become the first paid service that DIRECTLY affects the gameplay.This is one step too much.
$50 every time you use the buyout function, $10 to place a bid, $40 more if the bid comes through. $100 penalty if you place an auction without a buyout price. That would be premium for ya.Edit:Thought I'd share this for the guy who complained about non-iPhone QQing:http://gs.statcounter.com/#mobile_browser-ww-monthly-200901-201002Shows that Opera has the highest share of mobile browsing, iPhone #2, Nokia #3 and iTouch (I assume this is iPod Touch) #4, meaning that the reach would be far greater to a market including general mobile browsers, even in flash (which iPhone does not support). I'm baffled at how many people actually think iPhone is "cool", "good" or "innovative" in any way, when all it is is old hardware, with a bad screen and very restricting usage guidelines, allbeit with a nice and intuitive UI, packed in a fancy box. Mo' power to you I guess.
If we can buy stuff from the AH through the armory. Does this also mean we can access our ingame mailbox from the web?Because that would be interesting...
wth is an "adroid" phone anyways? sounds like a regular cell with an r2d2 shell.
Something about this screams, "We're ready to start winding down WoW!"
let see.... apple know that there r lots of Chinese gold farmer and AH camper on WoW...iphone/ipod/ipad AH software comes out...Chinese AH camper buy those iphone/ipod/ipad to conquer AH...hmmm.... kinda fishy here.....
<insert the previous Android requests here, but where they said Android, I'm saying WinMo 6.5>
What if Blizzard applies the premium to purchases? Sure, I could probably write a script to snatch up all of an item below a certain price, but if each in-game purchase costs $1 (or whatever), then I might be discouraged to go about owning the AH that way.If, and ONLY IF, Blizzard attaches the premium to AH purchases (at least) will I no longer be against this idea. Otherwise, it's too exploitable for my tastes.