Friggin' finally with the minimap improvements. I assume that it combines all of these new elements together now?For example if a quest giver is below you and inside of a building, it is both grayed out and has a down arrow?And are normal things (like mining nodes) now a star on the minimap, or are those something else?
Yes to the grayed out and having a directional arrow.The stars on the maps are rare spawns or rare events.
Those minimap "improvement" have been live in-game since at least WoD, I don't know where you guys are looking while playing the game. More likely you don't actually play the game, like we've known for a long time...
Hahahaha. I love that Blizz banned complainers from the alpha. We don't need that negativity!
I wish spell casters would use their staffs while casting instead of keeping them on their backs like a useless stick hhhngh please Blizzard
" I'm sure they won't mind being unable to test future encounters, seeing as it's such a waste of time."Blizzard you ROCK HARD! i love you for this! ban and brun the HATERS! they just scream and cry... nothing constructive and healthy for the community comes from them.I am so happy to hear this, Blizzard is making a stand and they listens to there resonable players, Legion will become so great
Oof. Burned by the Evil Eye Dude. Well, they DID bring it upon themselves...some of us would have given an arm, a leg, our souls (if we had one), etc. to get into alpha, so let us take their place instead. :D
Since I love this game, Hazzikostas' ramblings are depressing me.
I love the anime buns that the priest has in apotheosis. If I ever wanted to cosplay as something from Chrono Crusade, I totally can now. Thanks blizz.
Well before Legion is in anyone's hands, people will be experiencing the system in its entirety in beta, and we'll be judged on that basis.Without putting too fine a point on it, I haven't seen anything that implies being judged by the playerbase would have any effect at all. Seriously, if you did just ignore the feedback, and players screamed, so what? I have yet to see any evidence of repercussions that landed on anyone at Blizzards a result of the way an in-game feature was received. I understand what you're trying to convey, but implying you're somehow accountable based on player reaction... well, I just don't see it.