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6-18-2007 @ 12:03PM
I actually strongly disagree with the last bit about if enough people do it Blizzard will change. If you look at what Blizz is about, the way they make their games and do business you'll see a pattern and history that suggest quite the opposite. Blizzard is going to make their games the way they want, change them in the way they want, and do whatever they think is right and best for them. Sometimes they can be influenced by outcry yes, but they never cave to it unless they agree with it as well. When they have this many subscribing, as much as they may hate to lose it, what's 1% in the short term if it means they build their game in what they feel is the fashion that will keep that 70% playing it 7-10 years from now. That's what they care about.
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