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3-14-2008 @ 11:46AM
Permanent forum bans are not connected to the player's ability to play in the game, as it's two different things.I've myself been permanently banned on the forums for using explicit language. It's all how you use the language that matters, not the fact that you use it. In my case I pretty much just filled a post with the word "f-ck" and variations of it (i.e. "f-cking" and "f-ucked" and so on).This made me get permanently banned, without any warnings or temporary bans before it - wham bam thank you m'am, and good night. So, that they banned him permanently doesn't surprise me if what you say is true and that he had a tendancy to type when drunk and posting vulgar thigs on the boards while in that state.As to best player and all that. Like already mentioned... it's just too easy to exploit the Arena system right now, so I apologize toany good plyer out there with a high rated team, but high rating means diddly right now.
3-10-2008 @ 5:07PM
Indeed. If anything it sounds like he got preferential treatment for lasting as long as he did without a ban. Given what I've seen of the forum moderation, explicit language-filled drunken posts are a quick ticket out of town.
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