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1-03-2008 @ 3:03PM
Blizzard has every right to ban these supporters, and I think they should. We log onto WoW to get away from this stuff. If they want to hold a election over Thrall go for it.
1-03-2008 @ 3:10PM
I really did half expect them to start swinging the banhammer left and right. But, think about it. What will have more of a consequence on Blizzard? Banning a gathering of random players complaining about the state of their class? Or the supporters of a US presidential candidate?While I agree that any positive light on video games in politics is definately a good thing, I don't know if this is the best method. And I think the banning of these people would result in just more bad media for the industry. I do, however, think that all the players should at least give a warning and Blizzard should make any further political movements in Azeroth bannable offences.
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