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10-08-2008 @ 4:39PM
Well, without knowing the details there's no real clue if maybe he actually did do something banable and its his word against Blizzard, or maybe it was a simple mistake and they meant to ban someone else. Too bad Blizzard cops out without having to explain themselves by doing this "to ban anyone at any time for any reason without notice anyway" because what most people need is an answer - at least something to let them know if they really are being banned for something they did or not. It really sucks getting banned because someone mistakenly wrote the wrong Letter in a name they were trying to ban.
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