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7-07-2009 @ 4:07AM
I really have to agree with the people here. What you said about the Ensidia vs. Exodus situation was way off. It's okay if you want to side with Exodus because you felt all 4th-of-july-ish that day but PLEASE get your facts right. If you check for the relevant thread in Ensidia's forums you will find that noone from Ensidia ever accused Exodus of exploiting. They did however say that they found an exploit that would make the whole fight trivial, informed blizzard about it but did not use it. While the whole "Ensidia did use exploits too"-thing is perhaps an interesting discussion, it is in no way relevant to the issue at hand:1. Exodus exploited but claims it's a legit kill2. Exodus gets caught3. Exodus publishes a childish and hateful statement on their homepageif you now discuss about their accusations instead of their cheating you really miss the point.
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