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5-20-2009 @ 6:35AM
Well, yes I would certainly prefer info for every character, and would certainly prefer not to have a crash and burn. If those are really the tradeoffs I would make the decision you're making Lesley.However, your reasoning would be more convincing if it had been clear from the start that Europe was to be excluded. Instead, two rushed posts are added (your post and Liz') at the last minute explaining that Europe is out. You have to admit it doesn't look very planned, it looks like "oh crap", we need to do something about the Europe feedback.I stand by my point - if you're creating a technical solution for millions of US players, adding Europe isn't going to break the beta. If you're concerned about capacity or technical functionality you'd start with a subset of one of the regions. Hence my cynicism, and hence my response.If I'm being unfair, then well, my apologies - but what do you expect when you exclude what's now more than half of the WOW community from a launch.
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