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5-13-2009 @ 9:46PM
If you care about your server and are sick and tired of seeing a handful of idiots turn your server into a public toilet there's a better way to deal with these chat idiots -- get revenge! Here's a good article I read recently that tells you how to deal with these low life and turn the tables on them:http://www.wolfsheadonline.com/?p=1239
5-13-2009 @ 10:15PM
^^^^^^^This!I got into a lengthy debate a few weeks ago as to whether or not it was worth the effort to take on the miscreants in the Trade Channel. This article has clear examples of what works, what doesn't work, and why we should care about our servers.Thanks for the link.
5-13-2009 @ 10:45PM
Not this.The problem that I have with that approach is that I pay my $15 to play the game. If I want to play virtual cop I can play that somewhere else. In fact, I often play police man in RL, I don't want to do it in the game. If someone wants to do Blizzards job for them, fine. But as for me they are going on ignore and I'm moving on.
5-14-2009 @ 6:01PM
I agree with Daniel.I report people but I'm not wasting my WoW time trying to be a citizen on patrol.If someone gets off getting people banned/suspended while paying a subscription to do so, that's their decision. Just don't expect me too.I skimmed the posted website. That is a lot of time invested.
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