OCE Players Cant Buy 15th Anni CE


(Crewthian) #56

Ordered mine here in New Zealand from my usual retailer for $154 NZD this morning, so I’m sure there will be a way to buy in in Australia


#57

Late to the party, but for my OCE friends: check JB Hi-Fi, they might still have some.


(Haavi) #58

Wow that really sucks :frowning:
Just saw, NA Region only (on the US store)
That’s a really nice statue as well…


(Haavi) #59

Oh hello friend. Long time no see. Hope you are doing well.


(Haavi) #60

Yeah apparently it’s inconsiderate when they have the small chance that one of their group members is from the massive OCE community which is like 10% of the player base and then also needs to be picked out of a 1 in 5 (or 1 in 25) chance of being the group leader to ruin their game play.
:clap: :clap:

That’s got to be such an infrequent occasion as to not be worthwhile. We OCE players on the other hand experience this more than 90% of the time using queued systems whether PvP, dungeons, or LFR. Yet apparently that is “fine”, and we are whinging if we make complaint about it.

Bias at it’s finest aye.


#61

Just in case anyone missed the comment above from the spam - it’s available from JB AU website right now, but limited stock.


(Notagin) #63

After 14 years of WoW you don’t know at least one U.S. player whom you can trust? What about Aussie expats in the U.S.?


(Notagin) #64

If Blizzard can make money on it, they will manufacture and sell more copies. New Era Blizzard for better or worse.


(Lavalämp) #65

I love you.

Because I’m daft and its the one place I didn’t check. have my pre order. happy now, will arrive just in time for, or just after my birthday. happy birthday to me

/packs away flame throwers


(Eret) #66

An OCE player was saying chargeback BFA because it sucks and blizzard can’t do anything about it. Seems they can do something about it.


(Taurentine) #67

Didn’t you know, Globalisation isn’t happening for another 100 years.


(Aehl) #68

Oh hello friend. Long time no see. Hope you are doing well.

Doing fine and this is more or less goodbye.

Out the door in 3 days.


#69

LOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOL
so true
we should just make it impossible for barthilas or frostmourne to buy anything from now on


#70

ragnaros, azralon, frostmourne barthilas, gallywix, moon guard, make sure you stay away from these horde servers if you want a good pug LOL.


(Aehl) #71

ragnaros
azralon
gallywix
moon guard

are not OCE servers.

Frostmourne and Barthilas, despite having some bad apples, are host to some of the best raiders anywhere.


(Magnarok) #72

Yeah it’s pretty crappy. I went and asked at EB and they said they still don’t know if they’ll be getting them. I was very annoyed at first, but then honestly I got over it really quickly. I can still get the mounts, and I just really don’t need a big Rag statue. It saved me making another rash purchase for another dust collector.


(Aehl) #73

Magnarok:

Yet again we come down to a lack of communication.


#74

Agreed, I don’t really see it being worth a lot of money in 20 or 30 years like a vanilla collectors edition.
and even then, whos going to buy an old vanilla or bc box for 50,000$ ?


(Haavi) #77

To be honest I think they care about their precious ping. Every server has their good and bad players.
Every LFR is like 90% NA players and they’ve proved that they can fail even at that. So they have their share of dodgey players.

On a side note to that, whilst I’ve only done LFR Cabal once when gearing my Hunter (Because it takes about 5-6 attempts to get a group to kill it, most just fail spectacularly once and then disband) I had this one group which was surprisingly good.

Was really nice to see a boss that requires mechanics to be done in LFR and that “some” players were willing to take a second attempt to get it down.

Just thought I would put that out there because I know how much I usually rag on LFR in general for not being a good learning tool.


(Righteous) #78

Not garbage.
It’s a very real and the most likely possibility.
Your own flawed views as to the reason why doesn’t discredit the reality.
Blizzard has distribution/licensing for their products worldwide. Any hiccups in the chain from manufacturing to retail affects whether or not they can successfully place their product in a specific market. And if you should know anything about Blizzard/Activision, it’s that they want their product everywhere. They want your money. When it comes to making profit, spite isn’t a factor.