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5-05-2009 @ 10:44AM
>Don't know if this has been mentioned, but according to the blog posted about this situation, Blizzard banned the whole guild. It has been discussed. My feelings:First, we don't know that the whole guild was banned, or for how long, not from Blizzard. It has been my experience that the truth is often slippery in cases like this, so I would take blanket statements that the whole guild was banned with a grain of salt.Second, everything I have seen indicates that Blizzard only permanently banned 2 people, everybody else only received 24 hour suspensions.Those two people being the person who received the item and the guild leader who used it.Is 24 hours a reasonable punishment for non-active participation, as well as time to revert any attainments gained from this?I think so.But is any of that true? Heck if I know. Blizzard isn't talking.Really, you can lambaste Blizzard over this if you want, but it is important to remember how sketchy our knowledge of the facts is.
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