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12-23-2009 @ 4:27PM
as a player who has two characters with ascii characters in their names, i can tell you it most certainly does work. it used to not be allowed, but since those 'special character letters' are actually letters blizzard has changed their policy to allow them. i don't know why they would go back on that now. it's not blizzards fault you think the world revolves around the american keyboard. but trying to ignore my dk 'táveren' by typing '/ignore taveren' won't work because that's NOT her name. if you hate my tanking so much that you never want to run with me again though, feel free to ask me for the ascii code, ask me to say something so you can right-click ignore, or go look it up yourself.
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