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7-08-2009 @ 7:06PM
@Zal no harm done, but people can interpret comments on here in a lot of ways, especially in the view of ToS. And it wouldn't count. Like havitech said "..and even if it did, no compassionate and reasonable person employed by Blizzard would take action against the account." If Blizzard were to have that happen (it never will happen of course), the fallout and subsequent anger of denying a person with a situation [in the case of] Jen's would be the start of a very bad relationship/feedback with other WoW players and gamers as a whole.
7-09-2009 @ 5:15AM
This is not meant to be a condescending post, I just want to give you a little hint. When you reply to someone, press the reply button on their comment. This will make it easier for them to notice, and will probably give them a mail warning as well, so it becomes easier for them to continue the discussion as they do not actively have to look for your comment. Just a tip! Not a snide remark or anything.
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