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3-24-2009 @ 2:07PM
Maybe if The9 loses it, Blizzard can just shut down access from any chinese IP's and we can stop getting quite so much spam.
3-24-2009 @ 2:27PM
Yes, lets block millions (yes, millions) of valid Chinese gamers from playing the game just to stop a few thousand (yes, only a few thousand) gold farmers.An ironic choice of action to suggest, considering how people usually complain about China's supposedly imperialistic mindset.If you can't beat them, join them?Hypocrites.I don't know what it's like on your server, but I see maybe 2 or 3 spam messages a week. Compared to some games and compared to how it was in WoW a few years ago, that's a blessing.
3-24-2009 @ 6:44PM
You do know that Chinese servers and US servers are all separate don't you? They have completely different payment system and games, and one can't transfer from a US server to a Chinese server or vice versa. So, no.... removing WoW China won't stop Chinese gold sellers because they all play on US servers
3-24-2009 @ 4:31PM
OK what he was saying, and this applies to both of you, is if The9 loses the rights to manage WoW over in China and Blizzard don't do it themselves, Blizzard could block any access to the EU/US servers. And Hendrata, that's like pointing out that the EU servers are seperate from the US ones. You can access the US servers in the EU and vice-versa, and assuming its not blocked out, you can access the Chinese servers anywhere else. The only way to stop gold farmers who are _*Located IN China*_ would be to block all access to EU/US WoW servers from China. There would be no reason for this too be a problem to players who abide by the rules anyway so I don't get why this hasn't actually happened unless its a logistical type thing.
3-24-2009 @ 4:41PM
Banning Chinese players might be "isolationist," not "imperialist." But neither one really applies.
3-27-2009 @ 12:44PM
It's useless if you just try to shut down the server or block Chinese Ip. Cuz US server is open to oversea. If not, we can use a tool which called Proxy~~ Sorry about that.
3-24-2009 @ 10:29PM
Hey woah! No no no... I LIVE in China. I can't read or speak Chinese well enough yet to play on a Chinese server, so I play on the US ones.There are actually a number of us who live in countries where we don't speak the native language fluently and want to play on the US servers.It really REALLY pisses me off when companies delegate what servers I can play on based on my location/IP. No thanks, this kind of thinking needs a smack upside the head.
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