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10-30-2008 @ 3:11PM
I'm inclined to agree that the class forums too often became dominated by trolling, egomaniacs, and general snobbery. Blizzard may possibly be trying to combat the insular thinking that occurs in the class forums by introducing this change. However, I think the hope that people will adopt a wider appreciation of their class in relation to others is somewhat optimistic. As other people have said, my feeling is this change will increase the level of trolling rather than reduce it. It is sad that people seem so ready to lower themselves to general abuse, especially over such trivial things.
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