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4-09-2008 @ 2:07PM
As a roleplayer and also as an individual that has in the past been fed up with the idiocy of some names on roleplaying servers, I've done my fair share of name reporting in the past. It usually occurs when I'm feeling especially vindictive and have been griefed recently for being a roleplayer by non-rpleplayers on a roleplaying server. On those times that I have reported names, the GMs that I spoke to requested that names be sent in bulk as opposed to individual requests; I made it a point to inquire that once in order to make sure that this was in fact correct. This request has been echoed by numerous other people who have reported name infractions.So, while playing WoW I keep a notepad next to me. Sometimes it's to jot down notes while raiding. Sometimes it's to put together an idea for work. Sometimes I sketch web layouts for future projects. And, yes, sometimes I write down the names of idiot players I run across with high innapproporiate names or ones that are clearly not roleplaying names. When the list gets to be about fifteen names long and I feel suitably cranky enough (usually around the time I have fifty or sixty hour weeks), that list gets messaged to the staff.
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