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2-04-2009 @ 7:27PM
Here's an interesting scenario. Lets say Blizzard accidently codes a bug where the damage reduction of Hand of Protection persists after the buff goes away. Now you are an invincible paladin walking around and destroying everything in your path. Blizzard determines that you are using an exploit to gain an unfair advantage and now your being sued. That doesn't sounds like good news. FYI - I'm not sure if exploiting a bug is technically a ToU violation, but you get the idea.
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