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8-21-2007 @ 4:47PM
I could understand banning from the PTR since they really are meant for testing and testing only and cyboring *could* be considered counter-productive if it was distracting people from testing or whatever nonsense Blizzard can come up with, but not from the entire game for one incident.And while I'm not a fan of the whole cyboring thing, if you want to do it in WoW that's fine I guess. After all, people get married on RP servers. What do they do the night after? Go to the inn at Booty Bay and sleep in separate beds? Chyeah.But at least be decent about it. There are plenty of people who don't want to hear you getting it on, and a few who would vehemently oppose it and report you ASAP. Keep it in /tells or go to a secluded place and not a well-traveled area (ie: NOT the Deeprun Tram).Friends don't let friends cybor in /say.
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