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8-21-2007 @ 12:00PM
File me under the "so what?" category. Employees utilizing their position to secure perks for their friends? To suggest that this is "a nail in the coffin" or that anyone is going to cancel a subscription over it, is just ridiculous. I bet you some of their friends even got free copies of the game when it came out. Are we going to call that hypocrisy too? "I have to pay $40 for TBC, but Metzen's kids play for free! Oppression!"The only people I can see who have any real reason to complain are those ganked by the transferred players. But something tells me that the friends of a Blizzard staffer have better things to do than capping lowbies in STV (unless said staffer and his friends are all in high school - then I'd be afraid).Yes, blizzard quest designers hate you, but this isn't they express it. That's what "Deep Ocean, Vast Sea" is for.
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