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3-10-2008 @ 9:59AM
Well, I've a mail in my postbox from Evil Blizzard, which menaces me to ban my account if I insist on changing my details.They'll ban anybody, who could possibly disturb their money flow. It's easy for them. They are huge and have monopoly.
3-10-2008 @ 10:22AM
Oh that's BS. If they were so busy protecting their money flow they wouldn't have forums because everyone would be banned. Everyone at some point has been critical of Blizzard. One person isn't going to make a difference. You people that see consipiricies in EVERYTHING amuse me. Did you guys ever consider that they can't discuss with anyone besides the person they banned exactly why they did it? There could be all sorts of repercussions if they did. Just remember, keyloggers, swearing, etc. This is all speculation.
3-10-2008 @ 10:38AM
Just to play devil's advocate for a moment, it's one thing when Joe Blow posts on the forums to complain about something; it's another thing when someone who actually has clout does so. And repeatedly. Very few people (Hi, mom?) are going to care if I make a scathing post on the forums, but someone who is well-known within the community and has a following can stir up feelings of illwill. As further evidenced by the hunter community's ire with Megatf's ban.Though I have to agree: my understanding was that forums restrictions are typically handled different than in-game bannings. I know of a few people who are in-game, yet don't have access to the forums due to past indiscretions and innappropriate antics. I heard of one individual who was supposedly banned from the game as a result of his conduct on the forums, but it was only after trying to circumvent a forums banning repeatedly.And knowing that individual's reputation, I wouldn't be surprised if he did something in-game that coincided with his attempts.
3-10-2008 @ 10:45AM
How on Earth does Blizzard have a monopoly?To the op please clarify: was this hunter banned from just the forums? the game and forums?
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