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8-04-2008 @ 10:31PM
I've heard about a lot of racism with the new internatinal servers. American players transfer to the Latin-America servers and make guilds like 'border patrol' and completely flame anybody who speaks the Spanish Language, which is kind of common among Latin-American citizens. The WoW client ought to check your IP or some other source of information for what country your logging in from, and only allow you to log in to that country's servers. It would cut down on chinese spammers, as well as the American flamers on the Latin servers. With the new Russian servers I can see all sorts of Americans joining those to talk about the world wars, or some other communist-government related things. WoW is an escape from the real world- not a portal into another sector of it.
8-05-2008 @ 11:15AM
8-06-2008 @ 11:30AM
To Peewee: just "ignore" means to tolerate. just "ignore" means to accept. Just "ignore" means to give permission. No, no, and no.
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