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1-22-2010 @ 3:28PM
I just hope that Blizz is as concerned about this problem as they are about authenticators. Because like account theft, this problem is growing out of control and can cost them players.I was like most, when the Dugeon finder first came alone, my experiences were pretty good. Nothing serious to report. But as of late, things have gotten insane. In the last week, I've had to drop groups for everything insults at gays, racial insults, rape "jokes", and just plain abusive behavior.It started primarily with tanks and healz who feel they are pretty much untouchable because no one wants to boot them because they are so hard to find. Now the problem has gotten worse with the "purchasing" of tanks and healz to get a quicker Dungeon finder group. The 'customer' comes in rude, insulting and often being terribad as a player. But the others in the group don't want to kick them in fear of losing the tank or healz along with them.Blizz needs to impliment some harsh penalties for this behavior. Its the only way to slow it down. It will never stop, especially with the extra anonymity of not even being on the same server as the people your grouped with.And please people, stop assuming that just because these people are acting like kids, that they are actually kids. Its too easy for people to blow off a 20min run filled with gay, rape, and racial jokes, just by thinking..."this is just some dumb kid". Imagine instead that the person saying that stuff could just as easily be your adult neighbor or co-worker.......not some easy to dismiss then is it?
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