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10-09-2008 @ 9:46PM
well i checked it out. i didnt really care for it. seems geared for newer players that are leveling for the first time. there doesnt seem to be alot of resoruces for people that have several characters and a good knowlege of the game.one big turn off is that you have to install software. the second is the addon and what the log showed me it uploads. there doesnt appear to be any threats so thats not an issue.i will have to say though this seems like a fairly clever way to get lots of demographics of wow players characters and of course thier email addresses!slick move from a blizz competitor.btw i know background stuff is easily turned off in the registry @ HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Run or msconfig but its still bothersome.
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