Really? You guys are complaining about keys? I can understand the concern about bag space and dungeons--my own 'smith is going to have skeleton keys coming out her ears when this change happens--but come on. Maybe its time to step back if you're having sentimental issues about virtual things that don't even have in-game models or anything beyond a tiny little image and a blurb of text. QQ more.For many of us veteran players, "virtual things that don't even have in-game models or anything beyond a tiny little image and a blurb of text." have a lot more meaning to us, than they do to players that have only been around since the last expansion. Many of these keys took days, if not weeks of work to obtain. Many of them were both figurative and literaly "rites of passage" for us. It would be nice if Blizzard would remember the players that got them to where they are now, and realize that what they may consider "minor" changes can have major impact on how longtime players feel about the game. I for one still horde items that have little or no use, but invoke memories of a game long past. I still have my Warlocks mount items, the Scepter for Mauradon, , hell I even kept a Spellstone and a Firestone.
I'll take those 32 slots added to my backpack now :D
I'll take those 32 slots added to my backpack now :DAhahaha. That would be so great.
Wow this is just stupid, the keyring as people have stated, reminds me of everything I've done. Why remove the keyring? For other features to take it's place or what? Having your keys in your normal bags is just stupid, seriously. I'd just delete them on accident.Bad.This:
I recall mounts, pets and keys in my bags. The realm-only black AQ battletank got destroyed because it took too much bagspace.I daresay good riddance, achievement tab that way -->.
I miss my keyring. :( I still have about 24 slots worth of keys in my bags. And the keys still only stack to 20. Come on, give us some lurv!
I shall miss the keyring... Then again, I plan on leveling a rogue when I get back to WoW, plus I have a fully leveled (for Wrath) blacksmith who can hammer out keys like theres no tomorrow!
While I understand the feelings of veteran players who have memories attached to their keyrings, what this has highlighted to me, is the oft-forgotten fact that you really own nothing in this game. It's in the EULA and T&Cs everyone scrolls to the bottom of and clicks "I Agree" without actually reading. Blizzard claim ownership of everything in the game - your character, your gear, items, gold, valor points, keys - everything.What this means is that if they wanted to, Blizzard could delete your toons and every trace of anything you've ever done in the game, including remotely deleting it off your computer, and there's nothing at all you can do about it. The only thing you'd be left with is a folder full of screenshots - and even they aren't yours; the copyright in them still belongs to Blizzard.So you should consider this before letting yourself become too emotionally invested in the game. One day, Blizzard will turn it all off, and everything you've ever done in it will simply be gone. If it's been a dominant feature of your life for the last 6 years, that's 6 years of your life you will never get back, with absolutely nothing to show for it. As long as you keep this in perspective, and approach the game with the attitude that nothing in it is truly yours, you won't lose so much of yourself when Blizzard finally decide to end it all.
Logged in this patch day, had a look around and to my shock I missed my keyring. I had a full collection of keys. So went to check my mail, what do I find?Blizz send me like 14g or something to recompensate.Do not know about you, but for me that was more a slap in the face rather a good thought out gesture.For me this game is still an RP game, not a action based game. So throwing out the key was really not nice, and the reason was really. I mean comon, it is not like they could worked around it. Hell while they was it, make a tab for tabards and novelty items aswell.
I was genuinely sad to lose my copy of The Master's Key. Lots of good memories of Kara.... sigh.
I kinda liked the keyring. Shame it had to go. It sounds like they needed to make roon on the action bar for the dungeon journal. Why not move the question mark next to the mini map and keep the keyring?
They also put the Raid tab into the interface as well.
Which is pointless since I go to that through the Social bind.D:
Which is pointless since I go to that through the Social bind.D:You may, but I've seen a bunch of characters ask where that is over the last few months, especially after the raid finder was first introduced.
Which is pointless since I go to that through the Social bind.D:You may, but I've seen a bunch of characters ask where that is over the last few months, especially after the raid finder was first introduced.People actually use Raid Finder?/shocked