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7-10-2008 @ 7:44AM
Hey, no offense but STOP using the title "US PvP realms get free character moves" or titles like it that do not indicate it's select realms. Every time I see this bloody title I get all excited that I might be able to move a character off stormreaver the server I played on at launch and end up reading the article and being upset. Just adding the word "Select" to the begining of the title would let people know they can still read the article but it doesn't imply an all inclusive or encompassing move option.
7-10-2008 @ 8:12AM
lol do you wan't cookies also? why don't they change this site name from WI to Coanunn Insider better. QQ?
7-10-2008 @ 9:29AM
Diamon, he has a valid point. That's not QQ, the article is misleading. It says "free realm transfers" and it's only for specific realms. What's QQing about that? If it said "BETA COMING OUT TOMORROW" and then went on to read "only internally for Blizzard employees and family members" then a lot of people would be pretty angry, and rumors would be flying about the new beta. Articles should be titled for people glancing down to see what they want to read. Would it be so difficult to put in the word "limited" before the title for those people who have been waiting to move little used characters but don't want to pay for the move?Why is it when people have valid points, someone has to cry "go QQ some more"?
7-10-2008 @ 11:41AM
The difference in your analogy is that any time Blizz does free realm transfers its for select realms with population issues. So, its pretty common knowledge that the title would mean certain realms are getting free transfers. I got excited and let down too, but not because of the title... I was hoping that the realm my lowbie horde is on could transfer. It wasn't so much QQ on the first reply as it was just ignorance that lead to his disappointment. Now he/she will know in the future.
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