Awesome! Looking to be a good patch :P
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Now if they would integrate which toon, and how many into tooltips via that search, then we would be talking about a more decent feature.
Heh, a grand gold for 80 slots; now if Blizz can finally give upgrades for the backpack, the bag storage problem will finally be solved.
Its not so much negativity as the fact that we as players have been asking for this for a very long time, and they're just now getting to it? I know they've been working on a lot, but 4.3 seems to have a lot going for it, some of which probably could've been implemented long before now. And it makes me wonder, why did it take Blizz this long to implement these requests? I'm not trying to sound like an ungrateful bastard, but I'd like to know why we're just seeing them now, rather than when we first started asking for it?
It's better to be getting it now than not to get it at all.
I'm curious to see if the 3rd screenshot really indicates that it costs 100g to withdraw items. Like 100g per total transfer, or 100g for each item. I could see the costs racking up from that. Of course these values are subject to tweaking, but when the PTRs go up in a couple of months, this will be one of the first things I check.
So here's my question / wish....I had to vendor my original Dungeon Blue (starter) DK set near the end of Wrath due to bank storage issues. With the new Transmogrification, I would LOVE to have that gear set back to roll as my current gear. Will there be a way to make this happen? Is is possible to have Void Storage recover or allow player to have access to gear that was previously deleted or vendor trashed due to lack of space issues. I'd happily pay the Ethereals to magicly recover my old starter DK set from the "void." PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE and PRETTY PLEASE.
I'm really hoping the per item transfer cost is not 100 gold as shown. I have a ton of old stuff, and would gladly, nay, giddily pay the 1-time storage fee to recover some bank space. But it would do me no good if I then have no funds to transfer my items in and out.
LOL at the costs shown.BTW: They have stated that Tabards are still under consideration, but at those prices, I don't think I'd be interested :)Cheers.
Not a good feature. If it's not being used it should be disposed. Better approach would have been to allow quest-related items to be re-attainable from the quest giver if you quit halfway through. But just keeping stuff for the sake of keeping stuff is silly and shouldn't be encouraged.George Carlin said it best "Your stuff is shiat, but my shiat is stuff!"
I like the idea of keeping my previous gear so I can make myself look epic. However, there is no way in hell that i'm going to spend 1000g just to open the Void Storage, and not even a larger chance that i'm going to spend what looks like 100g per item to deposit and withdraw. I could only be 100g per set of items you drop in, but Blizzard usually makes things so that everything is equal. (i.e. Pay 2g to put buy 1 item, and pay 10g to buy 5 items, not paying 2g to buy 1 item and 2g to buy 5 items)Sadly until the gold price drops, i'm just going to use the normal bank. I've got tons of room... I don't see how you can even fill it up, cept maybe with every single Tier of gear from PvE and PvP. And for no particular reason I enjoy my enchantments and gems. Reminds me of my raiding days in ICC, which I covet.
Really? We have to pay gold to use this :-\FAILAnd no, gold isn't a problem for me but I just find that.....Lame.