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5-01-2009 @ 3:00PM
@daelusa:"It says "cheater" on the item...Does anything else need to be said?"Ok, here's a scenario for you. You're on Battle.net, playing some good ol' Starcraft II. You've bought all three of them. You have an issue with your game, and put in a ticket for it. You get no response for a few weeks. When a GM does respond to you, he tells you how to fix the problem, and at the end of telling you how to do it, he tells you a cheat code. Unbeknownst to you, that code is supposed to be a Dev only code, and that was supposed to be a tell to another GM but got appended to your chat.You use said code a couple times. You get banned. How do you feel?Sure, you cheated. But a Blizz sanctioned officer gave that code to you. Then that same organization banned you for using it.Was your ban fair? I'm honestly not sure. But it's *NOT* a cut and dry case of, "You cheated, you get your ban."
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