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10-24-2008 @ 6:00PM
If you were on one of the servers like Duskwood that has had numerous problems since the patch on Oct 13, you would probably want credit too.Duskwood is doing ok today but Oct 13 - Oct 23 were full of 'world server is down' disconnects, massive lag spikes, and lots of times you couldn't even log out. During that same time you were also lucky if you were able to get in an instance. On the other hand, if the instance was up, your group would get lagged out while inside and 20 minutes later when you were able to login again, your group was transported back to an area you had previously cleared.It would be nice if Blizzard would be proactive and make a good faith announcement. As commented earlier, I see that they have finally done something of that sort today..http://forums.wow-europe.com/thread.html?topicId=6425673684&sid=1I think anyone who expects 100% stability and up time is not realistic, and we all probably agree maintenance and upkeep is a good practice. But 10+ days of the system not being available and/or stable should necessitate Blizzard to take some stance in the interested of their Customers. Too bad it took them 12 days to post something.
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