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3-12-2008 @ 9:59AM
So someone broke the rules and got banned. Part of the banning process is deleting ALL of the threads created by the banned person. This particular person happened to write some of the stickied guides for hunters, so they got deleted as well. No biggie, it happens. Blizzard has already stated they didn't take this into account and are working on a solution so they don't delete stickied threads in the future. There is nothing to see here ... move along.
3-12-2008 @ 10:39AM
"So someone broke the rules and got banned. Part of the banning process is deleting ALL of the threads created by the banned person."Um, that is so idiotic I can't believe Blizz would admit to this or that you would defend it.Especially since this was apparently a temporary ban. Wow. Blizz customer service FTL.
3-12-2008 @ 12:24PM
Well said Ahoni. He broke the rules, should have knew the rules, and I believe Blizzard did the right thing. Just because he made some great guides does not exclude him from the terms we all agree with.IMO concerning the hunter guides, there's hundreds already across the internet. Just because a handful got deleted doesn't mean you can't find the same information elsewhere.-Aticus, http://www.paladintales.blogspot.com
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