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8-06-2008 @ 9:13AM
The first comment on this topic says "MOAR MONEH FOR BLIZZARD! ;O", and even though that's not directly an argument or point, I feel like agreeing with it.I'm just not sure I like the whole principle of Recruit-A-Friend. If you get a friend to try the game, Blizzard gets some money and your friend gets to try the game you enjoy so much and maybe he will enjoy it himself. But do you need to get some exclusive item yourself? To be honest, that seems like a bit selfish. Not that I blame players who take advantage of the R-A-F, but it screams "give us more money!" a bit too much. Even though it is not the same thing, it almost reminds me a bit of those online-games where you get gold or XP by having other people click a link (GanstaWars). As someone has already pointed, this can be abused by players who make a "fake" account or multiboxers.But I guess Blizzard needs more money. Hell, everyone needs more money. The drug-abuser needs more money. I need more money.
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