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1-15-2009 @ 8:09AM
No, because the age of 18 is an arbitrary number that really means absolutely nothing at all.Now create an Anything Goes server in which people have to take an IQ test and some sort of test to prove they aren't some sort of socially-backward assmonkey and now we're talking.The problem in this game isn't the "kiddies" it's the immature idiots. Sadly, I don't think there's an effective way to screen for them. Curse you science! You have failed us all again!
1-15-2009 @ 8:58AM
IQ doesn't equate maturity either.Trust me, I know ;)
1-15-2009 @ 10:29AM
Ever played Kingdom of Loathing? They have a literacy test before you're allowed in chat. When WoW adopts it for a server, I'll be rushing to get in line for a transfer.
1-15-2009 @ 12:59PM
1-15-2009 @ 2:10PM
Ooh, by literacy test, do you mean they have questions about literature?What reason does the Grand Inquisitor give for the lack of public support for the imprisoned man?
1-15-2009 @ 6:14PM
Actually you have to show you know the difference between their, there and they're for example, know the difference between its and it's. You need to know how to punctuate and spell etc.This is just to post on the forums, but it would be great if it was something that could be applied to the global channels in WoW
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