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12-11-2006 @ 9:08AM
The frustration I was trying to convey was that they (Blizzard) created a virtual world that has some rules and allows other situations to be exploited. This guild was being highly creative and frankly quite clever in exploiting something in game. If the opposing faction has a big problem with it, get off a PvP server. Period.But, what gets me is that Blizzard decides to intervene on their in a situation like this, but when their own hardware failures cause a server to crash or partially crash (as has been the case a LOT lately) and players end up losing items in inventory, don't get battleground marks they worked hard to earn because the battleground crashes as it closes, Blizzard just offers a boilerplate answer that they can do nothing about it. Pure crap. If you pay $180 a year for a stupid game, you expect a minimum of service that isn't being provided. That's what frustrates me about GM involvement in one cleverly-planned prank and non-involvement in real, in-game issues due to inadequate hardware and support behind it all.
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