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6-07-2008 @ 12:15AM
@ Onetrueping - What if I wanted to wave the protection? I should have a right (in a sense) to wave any legal obligation towards Blizzard if my account information was stolen. If I choose to gamble with my identity, it should be my choice. Blizzard does not offer this, but I would hope they would in the future.--I agree 100% with you, Wellandus. I look at the power leveling services this way: I pay $10 for a *brand* wrench. I get a leaky sink. Now, if I am fully knowledgeable to understand how to fix that sink, I could do it. However, if I am lazy, taking care of a family, and/or working 10 hours a day/5 days a week, I could pay someone to come over, use my wrench and fix the problem for me.I should be able, in WoW, to pay someone to use my account to power level one of my characters. Now, I do NOT use these services, but I can understand full well why someone would use them. And besides the 'it's blizzard's game and what they say goes' argument, I still haven't come across anything to give reason to not be able to power level.-Aticus, http://www.paladintales.blogspot.com
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