Who doesn't have bag space ? really ?4 bags of 32 slots and people still not have enough bag space ?Come on, ok during vanilla era it was understandable but now...
Totally sucks to be at 750/1000 on a Monday and slog through downing the world boss late in the week, only to have the WQ reward glitch and be mailed to you. It's not always a bag issue.
I mean isn't this correct on how this works? You could just avoid picking up anima and keeping anima in your mailbox. Using a system to work around another system right?
Oh, btw i run 2x times in this problem my bag was full .i kept doing dailys cos i was rushing with them just to finish that wonderful 1k anima weekly quest...ohh yeah and i was wondering where are those 500 anima which i farmed . Yep it was in my mailbox....
Maybe they shouldn't have made them items. They should have made them a currency. Or make an anima bag that can be like the old toolbelt that anima items go automatically into. Or make them ALL the exact same thing but with different values and make them stack to 200.As it stands, I get tired of having sometimes a whole bag of anima items.
hmm i thought I tested this in the first weeks of the expansion and it works for post reset anima gain sitting in the mailnot sure if I have a toon to test since gaining 1K anima is a relatively easy event...
Hate to say it I'm kind of with Blizz on this one.Weekly quest should be weekly.
And as a note on this issue, blizzard is capable of tagging items when they were earned they did it for artifact power before 7.2. They could just tag anima in the mail that was earned before the current reset period would not apply to the cap. Easy to do cause you can check the date of the mail.
legion: loot items and then use them from bag for artifactbfa: ap instantly added to necklacesl: loot item that says use but need to be next to covenant toiletstep forward from legion2 steps back from bfaehh
This is a weird discussion. You can fix the quest credit problem AND keep the guard against the exploit very easily.If an anima object can't be looted and goes to the mailbox, still give quest credit at the time it was sent to the mailbox. Done.Other people have pointed this out, and yet you're still arguing "It's not a bug, it's a guard against an exploit!" vs. "What's so bad about the exploit?" You're both wrong. It's a bug caused by guarding against the exploit incorrectly. You can fix the bug without removing the guard.Now, I realize that under the hood it might not be complicated to fix given the architecture of the system, and it might not be worth the resources to fix it. Fine. It's still a bug.
I had no idea this was a thing. How annoying.