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12-30-2007 @ 1:00PM
Blizzard doesn't even enforce racism or decency on public channels. You can sit on the server and listen to people call others the n-word or call them J-ws in a derogatory manor. Heck you can even spam web links to 2 girls 1 cup... if you don't want your server to turn into a Jr High shit hole your only recourse is to ticket for a GM and wait a 2 hours for them to do nothing. And by the time you wait in your ticket queue about 10 other people have called each other n--gers, Je*s, F@gots and every other slur. So in short good luck ever enforcing any role playing on a server. Your best bet is to limit the characters to 1 slot per server to make it more realistic and cut down on the casuals just playing there to play.
12-31-2007 @ 3:11AM
It is very American to think that social problems can be solved by policing. Ignore the trolls - that's all there is to do. They can do no real harm to you, so there is no reason to police that.
12-31-2007 @ 11:19AM
I pay my money, its against TOS why should my game be ruined by these people and there racism. And to say it doesn't affect the game is a joke, we even have a major guild on my server that was advertising you should mind racist jokes if your going to join this guild. People should have to look the other why when they are being victims of intolerance or harassment. And yes my ignore is filled cleaned and refill often.
8-02-2009 @ 3:32AM
I can understand wanting to censor 'nigger' (well, actually, I can't), but 'Jew'? 'Jew' isn't even a slur!
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