It's a really big book. After you skin the faces off your friends and families, you carefully place each face inside a folded piece of waxed paper, which you then place in your book of faces.
- It may help to place a cinder block on the book for the first week, or so, to force the book well closed and accelerate the preservation process.
Apparently, the inventor of this process has over 1,000,000 faces booked.
I guess it's OK, but I personally don't like the book of faces. I think it's much more preferable to use a polymer clay, like FIMO, to line the skinned face and then cure it in my Easy Bake Oven. Always use a 40Watt bulb because a 100Watt will damage the skin and a 60Watt often causes the FIMO to crack and make it unsuitable for wall-hanging, and it's very hard to... countenance an improperly hung face.
You really need to prepare a purpose-designed room for the faces of your friends and loved-ones, because I think anything less would be in poor taste. Perhaps not as poor taste as this ill-(very ill)-conceived response to your post, but poor, nonetheless.
To all complaining about this and are on facebook. Are you all stupid this is how facebook marketing in general works, if you don't like it stop using facebook. and yes there is a risk of some people/companies exploiting these avenues but this is the world that we created that we have to live in, again if you don't like it then do not use it, end of story.
funny story related to complaining in general. where I used to live is a big pharma company and I used to ride on my bike past it to work . A few times a year people who meant well stood before the gates protesting for whatever that is righteous. I did stop one time when I saw a friend among them. I said that a company like that don't care about a 100 people standing at their gates and their signature list of thousands. They only care when it hits their profits and I suggested that they should stand at pharmacies and convince there that people should use other products instead of supporting this pharma industry. they did so a week later, only 4 days after that the pharma industry agreed on lowering the prices for a certain medicine in Africa (mission achieved).
Don't complain blindly (I admit I do so also sometimes), but if it really bugs you how certain things work do something meaningfull with it.
Haters got to hate - even if they have to make up something to hate about/on.
Now, please be kind to the haters - do not interrupt them while they are playing facebook games.
...and a silly liittle blob of yellow jello. You don't want to provide your info, then forgo the free jello.
Even the OP never replied lol
I do know many people were upset only a few noticed those posts, so maybe try to look at this as Turbine reacting to that to further get people to connect with them on FB so that next time something like that happens, there will be more people to learn about it?
To me its a neat idea to do this give away. And as stated already, if you do not like the offer, there really is no need to take it up at all
It is one of many ways to get something. That is called options. Use it if you want, don't otherwise.
If you want a yellow cube, make a dummy fb and do it, or wait until it finds its way into the game through some other means.
fb made it clear how they intend to monetize on their service. Can't fault them for following through.
You'll forgive me for being unwilling to trust a Turbine subcontractor with sufficient access to my Facebook account to pose a slight identity fraud risk. Those permissions are far beyond what is reasonable to run this promotion.
Actually I point this out for exactly the same reason that I'd report a tinyURL link on these forums to the moderators, or that I'd advise people not to walk down a particular street in my home city's CBD after midnight. It's probably just an innocent funny picture and not a keylogger, and the street is safe for 99.95% of people that walk down it at that hour, but I can't tell that for sure, and vigilance can make a real difference.
For what it is worth, I'd have no problem with this promotion if the deal was upfront "Your friends might get Facebook notifications that you 'liked' DDO" and had permissions set at a reasonable level. I'd opt out because I don't care about pets, but I've already 'liked' the Facebook page so it's not relevant.
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I don't have a zerging problem.
I'm zerging. That's YOUR problem.
Advocating repeated nerfs in the name of "balancing the game" then complaining about how DDO is moving away from D&D, is a direct contradiction in logic - D&D 3.5 (what DDO is based on) is not a balanced game. We can either have a balanced clone MMO with homogenized classes, or we can have a D&D game. We cant have both.
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