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2-08-2008 @ 11:18AM
The point, if you bothered to read, would be that the article is in despair over why changes are occurring, not the changes themselves.If the motive for change is that a bunch of your players threw a hissy fit and didn't adapt to the times then it's a very, very bad thing. Like the article says, it sets an extremely bad precedent for customer relations. What's the point of being reasonable and intelligent when the exact opposite is what effects a change?Ultimately I hope the upcoming changes will promote more fairness, but at the same time continue to make the game impossible for those trying to play it the same way they did before.
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