Allow account creation without Google, Apple, or Amazon.

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    Martin

    Seconded. 
    Wont use a service that takes my password out of my hands.

     

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    Josh Peters

    I personally don't mind, but I have a player that refuses to use DnDBeyond for this very reason.

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    Royal kitsune

    As a programmer myself I can tell you they will probably not want to take on the overhead of both a freestanding authentication system and secure password storage when they have access to other login options that are powered by far larger companies that can put more time and money into security, and just to be clear they likely don’t store a lot of information from the account you used for this reason.

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    Angry User

    I'm also in favor of having a D&D Beyond only account.

    If I only needed it to add comments or something I'd be ok not having one, but I'm not going to spend money on a service that depends on another company to grant me access to the stuff I've bought. That is just stupid.

    Besides, if Wizards - fucking Wizards, the same company that keeps botching Arena update after update - can do it, so can anyone else. At the very least it would be cool to log in with a Wizards account, but I guess that's on Wizards.

    Anyway, I'm not spending a dime until then, and you better hope I don't find another service I like before that, because then I'll probably stay there. So much for the "official" online tool...

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