Free month?

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Does pre buying mists of pandaria give me a free month when it comes out or wat?
"Free" and "Blizzard" don't go togther.
08/18/2012 02:56 PMPosted by Soulrage
"Free" and "Blizzard" don't go togther.


Annual Pass.
No the free months only apply to new accounts, if you've already got one it only gives you access to the new content.
30 days of gametime only comes with the base game purchase, not with expansions.
But it would be nice wouldn't it?
Im sorry, what's free about the annual pass?

You pay for a year on a game you're not playng now (cos theres no content), and they give you a piece of !@#$ game you shouldn't of 'paid' for in exchange? Then, on top of that, you kinda have to BUY the expansion, thus ensuring maximum profit for them, with bugger all to you.

I wasn't aware the fact that there is no new content planned until the next expansion meant I couldn't log into the game. I wasn't aware the fact PvE content was stopped for 9ish months meant I couldn't PvP, or go back into the old world, or just do achievements or level new characters. I wasn't aware my enjoyment of Diablo 3 was a lie, and that this "piece of !@#$" game that should have been free that I purchased without the annual pass was in fact not worth it. I didn't even know that spending $40 on a brand new expansion with hundreds if not thousands of hours of content and enjoyment was a bad idea, because there's "bugger all" for me. I didn't even know that the fact you have zero raid achievements meant you had "nothing to do".

We get that you're sick of the game. Kindly leave and stop complaining.
Im sorry, what's free about the annual pass?

You pay for a year on a game you're not playng now


I would've been playing without the pass. So would a whole host of other players. That's what the pass was designed for. If you committed knowing you wouldn't have played, you were wasting money for absolutely no reason.
I'm fairly certain that a Blizzard executive is going to personally show up at my house with a bag of gold and administer a pedicure as I embark on Pandaria for the first time.
08/18/2012 04:28 PMPosted by Carmy
I'm fairly certain that a Blizzard executive is going to personally show up at my house with a bag of gold and administer a pedicure as I embark on Pandaria for the first time.

I hope that they don't want to give me a pedicure. I pity anyone who has to go near my nails, they're pretty disfigured.
I wasn't aware the fact that there is no new content planned until the next expansion meant I couldn't log into the game. I wasn't aware the fact PvE content was stopped for 9ish months meant I couldn't PvP, or go back into the old world, or just do achievements or level new characters. I wasn't aware my enjoyment of Diablo 3 was a lie, and that this "piece of !@#$" game that should have been free that I purchased without the annual pass was in fact not worth it. I didn't even know that spending $40 on a brand new expansion with hundreds if not thousands of hours of content and enjoyment was a bad idea, because there's "bugger all" for me. I didn't even know that the fact you have zero raid achievements meant you had "nothing to do".

We get that you're sick of the game. Kindly leave and stop complaining.


/applause
I have the Annual Pass and I received free of charge: Diablo III and a mount playable in WoW.

I am choosing to use this time that in the past I have taken a break to level a druid and it has been fun. I have turned off all Addons and run the quests. I just left Theramore sadly for the last time on one of my characters.

To say that Blizzard does not give free away is not true. They have also given tons of free game play changed the trial level to 20 with unlimited play and now give xpacs away free to new and returning players.

Because you are not happy with what they do give away freely does not mean they do not give a lot away free for a company that does not need to do so.

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