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1-28-2009 @ 1:59PM
I wonder what I'm paying Blizzard for. You all know that Blizzard doesn't pay attention to Eu forums. There are no blue posts forums except for 2-years old stickies. Your thread has a chance of blue post if it is lulz thread (funny reply) or is locked (locking reply). There was an incident some time ago, when Eu thread about some bug haven't got a blue reply for 4 days, then someone reposted it on US forums and blue reply was there in 2 hours.Now they use Eu realms as beta realms. Dear Blizzard, I do not want to know how you are developing game. I do not want to be a slave* beta tester. I want to play game and have a support and feedback from you - I am paying you for this, if you didn't notice yet.*slave - a person legally owned by another for whom he or she has to work without freedom, pay, or rights. While you may argue about "own" part, Eu players "work without freedom, pay, or rights" as Blizzard beta testers.
1-28-2009 @ 3:31PM
This is so true. I'm thinking of making a US account just for forums, so I can get a damn reply.
1-28-2009 @ 5:31PM
Nice troll. I'll bite.If you consider playing a sometimes buggy wow = slavery.Stop.Stop now.
1-29-2009 @ 7:16AM
Actually there was a time when the EU forums had far far more blue posts and anturally the US forum goers spent all day bitching and moaning about it.TBH though i don't care where we get feedback the fact we're getting it these days in the way we are is far far better than it has been.
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