Blizzard feedback

In World of Warcraft, each player character has a specific set of skills and abilities that define that character’s role. For example, mages are powerful spellcasters who use magic to inflict damage on their enemies from afar but are very vulnerable to attacks. These traits define the role of the mage: hang back, do a ton of damage, and hope to kill the monsters before they reach you.
In a group context, there are three main roles: tank, damage dealer, and healer. A warrior can choose to serve as a formidable “tank,” or protector. Tanks are resilient, and it’s their job to draw the enemy’s attention away from the more vulnerable members of the group. The aforementioned mages make excellent damage dealers. A priest specialized in healing powers may not do as much damage as other classes, but they can play a vital role, keeping the party alive with healing magic. It’s important to note that all classes, regardless of which role they perform, are able to play solo.

I am posting this here because I could not find any other way to give you (Blizzard) my feedback. I’ve been a World of Warcraft collectors edition subscriber for many years, between Vanilla to Mists. Sad to say you lost my subscription with Mists. However I am still a Warcraft fan despite that expansion, and I pay close attention to Blizzard games in general.

Warlords of Draenor sounded really good. I will admit for several days after Blizzcon you almost had me back. The idea of exploring the original Draenor from Warcraft 2, Garrisons, getting rid of annoying things like reforging, as well as the inventory updates. It all sounded great until you announced you were disallowing flight until some patch. Mists was not an expansion I enjoyed (which I understand is a personal preference), but the fact I hated the content and still had to grind through it on the ground on every alt is why you lost my subscription.

Since I quit WoW I also played Trion’s RIFT. They pride themselves on the ground-only idea. Their forums are full of rabid fan-boys of the concept. I played for 3 months and quit. They recently went free to play and I still can’t be bothered to login. As pretty as the game looks, it is blatantly obvious they restrict player movement as a way to make the world feel larger.

The experience made me realize how much I enjoy the freedom of flight. But more importantly, I want to point out that it is virtually impossible to design content that is universally enjoyed. Nobody likes every single zone because everyone has different tastes. Flight offsets this by giving players the freedom to choose the pace at which they move through it, while still not entirely skipping it. In the off chance that anyone at Blizzard cares, I hope you reconsider your decision on this matter.

Refered a friend, NOT getting ANY benefits

In World of Warcraft, each player character has a specific set of skills and abilities that define that character’s role. For example, mages are powerful spellcasters who use magic to inflict damage on their enemies from afar but are very vulnerable to attacks. These traits define the role of the mage: hang back, do a ton of damage, and hope to kill the monsters before they reach you.
In a group context, there are three main roles: tank, damage dealer, and healer. A warrior can choose to serve as a formidable “tank,” or protector. Tanks are resilient, and it’s their job to draw the enemy’s attention away from the more vulnerable members of the group. The aforementioned mages make excellent damage dealers. A priest specialized in healing powers may not do as much damage as other classes, but they can play a vital role, keeping the party alive with healing magic. It’s important to note that all classes, regardless of which role they perform, are able to play solo.

So I referred my friend to play, they followed steps from email but now that we are playing I cannot summon them, no triple XP and its not even showing me having recruited anyone on my account page. I sent the RAF through the in game button as well. Whats the deal?

*Edit fixed and working perfect now.

RAF Question, Can I offer gold?

In World of Warcraft, each player character has a specific set of skills and abilities that define that character’s role. For example, mages are powerful spellcasters who use magic to inflict damage on their enemies from afar but are very vulnerable to attacks. These traits define the role of the mage: hang back, do a ton of damage, and hope to kill the monsters before they reach you.
In a group context, there are three main roles: tank, damage dealer, and healer. A warrior can choose to serve as a formidable “tank,” or protector. Tanks are resilient, and it’s their job to draw the enemy’s attention away from the more vulnerable members of the group. The aforementioned mages make excellent damage dealers. A priest specialized in healing powers may not do as much damage as other classes, but they can play a vital role, keeping the party alive with healing magic. It’s important to note that all classes, regardless of which role they perform, are able to play solo.

Here is the thread I made that brought me here:

http://us.battle.net/wow/en/forum/topic/10586418577#16

Basically, I want to know if I can give someone gold to be a RAF or if this is against the TOS or whatever.

How can i create a thread in other forum

In World of Warcraft, each player character has a specific set of skills and abilities that define that character’s role. For example, mages are powerful spellcasters who use magic to inflict damage on their enemies from afar but are very vulnerable to attacks. These traits define the role of the mage: hang back, do a ton of damage, and hope to kill the monsters before they reach you.
In a group context, there are three main roles: tank, damage dealer, and healer. A warrior can choose to serve as a formidable “tank,” or protector. Tanks are resilient, and it’s their job to draw the enemy’s attention away from the more vulnerable members of the group. The aforementioned mages make excellent damage dealers. A priest specialized in healing powers may not do as much damage as other classes, but they can play a vital role, keeping the party alive with healing magic. It’s important to note that all classes, regardless of which role they perform, are able to play solo.

I cannot creat a thread in other forum such as General Discussion , what should I do?

Game telling me time expires,Bnet says 27 day

In World of Warcraft, each player character has a specific set of skills and abilities that define that character’s role. For example, mages are powerful spellcasters who use magic to inflict damage on their enemies from afar but are very vulnerable to attacks. These traits define the role of the mage: hang back, do a ton of damage, and hope to kill the monsters before they reach you.
In a group context, there are three main roles: tank, damage dealer, and healer. A warrior can choose to serve as a formidable “tank,” or protector. Tanks are resilient, and it’s their job to draw the enemy’s attention away from the more vulnerable members of the group. The aforementioned mages make excellent damage dealers. A priest specialized in healing powers may not do as much damage as other classes, but they can play a vital role, keeping the party alive with healing magic. It’s important to note that all classes, regardless of which role they perform, are able to play solo.

In game msg telling me times expiring. I have mthly reoccurring, and my payment history on battlenet account says a reoccurring payment went through 2 days ago. Whats up?

Previous RaF Rewards

In World of Warcraft, each player character has a specific set of skills and abilities that define that character’s role. For example, mages are powerful spellcasters who use magic to inflict damage on their enemies from afar but are very vulnerable to attacks. These traits define the role of the mage: hang back, do a ton of damage, and hope to kill the monsters before they reach you.
In a group context, there are three main roles: tank, damage dealer, and healer. A warrior can choose to serve as a formidable “tank,” or protector. Tanks are resilient, and it’s their job to draw the enemy’s attention away from the more vulnerable members of the group. The aforementioned mages make excellent damage dealers. A priest specialized in healing powers may not do as much damage as other classes, but they can play a vital role, keeping the party alive with healing magic. It’s important to note that all classes, regardless of which role they perform, are able to play solo.

I got my RaF in the previous RaF system. I was able to claim my one month free game time but I couldn’t claim my mount since RaF was brought down for the new version. I have still yet to receive my in-game mount (Obsidian Nightwing). Where and when will I be able to claim my reward? I’m pretty sure that I’m eligible to receive it now.

Thank you!