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11-25-2008 @ 11:14AM
While this conversation has gone way off topic, the reasoning is simple:Most people think that a proper punishment for anything they might report for is a ban, and that's not always the case. You also have to understand that RP comes in different flavors, from casual to hardcore and many people might not take issue with the name you report.GMs are human and they make judgment calls on naming issues pretty much every day, but the reason you don't get information about it is because their appraisal might not necessarily agree with yours and it's a lot easier to tell people it's being looked into than to argue with them about why they're right and you're wrong.In addition, the "satisfaction" survey is more about how the GM handled your petition, not if you like the outcome. If you petition in because you delete something and a GM is unable to restore it, does that mean they did a bad job?You can always infer the consequences from the violation pyramid thing at www.blizzard.com/policy.
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