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8-13-2008 @ 4:31PM
Wow, I don't think this article was trollish whatsoever and I think it's rather rude of you to suggest that. I think that it was clearly stated in the article, at least a couple of times, that WOW Insider supports Blizzard and are huge fans of the company and of World of Warcraft. The article was simply objective and honest. The author didn't flame Blizzard in any way, they simply stated that the BlizzCon Ticket process was a bit of a failure and that in order to correct these mistakes next year, it would be good to look at exactly what happened and how it all went awry. I didn't even attempt to get tickets this year and I still appreciate the up to date and honest info that WOW Insider provides about all things wow related, even about this.
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