I was kinda excited for this exploit being a warlock and all, but I’m glad I didn’t get my Bloodvine Pants made yet specifically for a blue response.
Sure, some people might have gotten away with it in Vanilla, but it clearly wasn’t intended behavior, and if they were to allow it today, it would completely change the meta.
The 2 hour trade window + Mage enchant would be massive. Mage Voodoo Dolls would skyrocket to possibly 200g going by Libram of Voracity prices. I have mixed feelings since I would love 2% spell hit, but at the same time it doesn’t feel right using this exploit.
I mean, most people who have credibility have something to show for it. You are too scared to post on your main…thus you lose all credibility. Considering your replies, you are obviously a troll and shouldn’t be taken seriously. Not saying I’m just saying.
It doesn’t matter what twinks did in vanilla with BoE items. It’s a whole different situation when the enchant is used on BoP raid gear because of the 2 hr trade window introduced in classic that had this obviously unintended side effect. These are intended to be class specific enchants.
Since you cant post on the NA forums with your EU chars it’s sadly not possible.(There is only a bug report forum on NA, so I have to use this one if I want to share my view on things, I’m actively trying to get bugs fixed in this forum since beta). Have a nice day tho.
But why do you care if they are banned or not? They don’t affect your gameplay at all. seems like you’re just salty you picked one of the worst classes in classic and want others (mostly casters) to suffer. Why so much enmity?
you realize there are no more queues? and banning 100 people wouldn’t fix queues even if they still existed. but I’d like to hear an actual argument for banning people who used a mechanic from vanilla wow.