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1-16-2009 @ 10:48AM
This I think is the most serious problem with their business model: very few people value their play time enough to insure against it, particularly when Blizzard gives players options to alleviate down time. On a high population server and facing queques all the time? Wait for a free character transfer (of which there have been several recently), wait for others to take advantage of such a transfer, or pay a one time fee to transfer your character to a low population server. Moreover, when the servers have been unstable or offline for significant periods in the past, Blizzard has compensated those affected.
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