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7-02-2007 @ 8:15PM
I wouldn't want to bring down Wowhead.. >.< It is a good site, no matter that is now owned by a company with strong historical affiliations with the U.S. RMT industry. It will very probably continue to be the cleanest and most aesthetic WoW database site around, with clear and positive benefits to any of the WoW community who use it.But no matter how good a site looks or how relevant its data is, it is not worth using when there is a strong probability of the company it is owned by engaging in U.S.-market RMT or other questional business activities in the future. Otoh, since it is just a probability, and not a certainty, it isn't justified to actively proselytize against Wowhead nor condemn those who continue to use it. I was just giving a perspective, I don't demand anyone else follow it.
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