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3-12-2008 @ 11:13AM
I certainly advocate banning users who abuse the rules of the forums. In this case whoever, it seems the situation was rather malicious... There is little to no moderation when it comes to the general population there. Even the most obvious infractions seem to garner a slow response to correct it from Blizz. One example I came across ...N*N*N*... as someone's tag ( and not even the "a" kind) was left to sit there, even though it had bee reported, for 2 days!!! *sigh* They felt it was imperative however to completely erase this individuals hard work that was highly valued by the Hunter community on top of banning him. Blizz took this a step too far imo...
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