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5-03-2009 @ 10:16PM
>>You're not. Karatechop is being held responsible for his actions.>No, he was given the item by a GM. It's reasonable to expect using something given to you by a GM would not be a bannable offense for the player using it.Not when it's a developer item, with a power that is explicitly beyond ANYTHING in the game.If this was an epic, I would probably agree with you. Maybe even a legendary. Turns out it is not. This is a developer item, no player has such an item, ever has such an item, and if you aren't aware of how unreasonable it is to expect this item to be acceptable to be usable, well, I'm glad you know now, and this is why it's apparently necessary that Karatechop be perma-banned.I guess the whole WOW community needed to be hit with a clue-train. Now you've been given a clue, I hope you use it.>GM's don't get fired when we do something wrong on their watch. Why should player's be held to higher standard then Blizzard employees are?How do you know when GMs are fired? How do you know anything of their internal processes and disciplines?>>He'd not have been punished if he'd just reported the action>Again, why is he responsible for reporting the actions of the GM? Sorry I left out a word. I meant to say "not reported the action" but left out the not by mistake.
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