Yesterday Alex posted a pretty picture. So I thought I'd retort with my Gimp.
Now I need to go talk to Mr. Wallace...
"When we get cross server LFG, what will happen to VoA, for example if I dont have it on my server, can I go to another and get in there, does it go by raid leaders server?"
From what we know, raids are currently not part of the cross-server LFG tool. I know there's been some discussion about having raids be included, but so far it hasn't materialized. Don't expect it to either, something that you need to get multiple people back together for multiple times is exponentially more difficult than a simple 15 to 45 minute dungeon run.
"In Cataclysm it has been announced that we can fly in Azeroth, but will be we able to fly from the Eastern Kingdoms to Kalimdor on our mounts?"
Probably not. Each continent is on a separate server (from what we've been able to deduce over the years). There's also the problem of the giant maelstrom in the middle of the ocean that all ships avoid.
"I have the regular physical authenticator. Works great too. However, I'm thinking about getting a iPod Touch, and would like to get the authenticator on that also. Is there anyway I can have both of them on my account? So, like if i went to my friends, i could just take the iPod, and when I'm home, i could use the physical one?"
Nope, you can only have one authenticator attached to an account. You cannot have one account go to multiple authenticators.
"Is there an authenticator app for the Blackberry?"
Yes, depending on what kind you have. Check out the compatibility list on Blizzard's site, as well as their authenticator FAQ.
A bunch of you asked today...
"I just got a very authentic looking email inviting me into the closed beta of Cataclysm, is this legit?"
First, thanks for asking. If you ask you're much less likely to make a mistake and find your account hacked. Secondly, no, this isn't a legit email. It looks very real, but the links are to non-Blizzard sites, even though the displayed hyper-reference text says worldofwarcraft.com.
We've gotten a lot of these questions in the past couple of days, so it does appear the hackers have made a new attempt at hacking. But they fail at life, so all is good.
- Key specs
- Type Smartphone
- Operating system iOS
- Screen size 4.7 inches
- Internal memory 16 GB
- Carriers (US) AT&T
- Dimensions 5.44 x 2.64 x 0.28 in
- Weight 5.04 oz
- Released 2015-09-25
Apple iPod touch 6th-gen