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9-11-2009 @ 8:58AM
With all this talk of transparency it sounds a lot like the relationship between governments and their citizens. If you polled wow players about whether or not they trusted Blizzard, I'm sure the stats might be similar to a poll about whether or not people trust their governments.The reason it is like that is because the player population will naturally organize and create a dichotomy between the themselves and the power-holder.Blizzard is behaving like a business, not a government, which is a smart move on their part because it keep the relationship between them and their players simple. WoW is not a democracy.(Personally I wish for the transparency)
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