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2-04-2010 @ 11:14AM
Totally agree. Blizz isn't able to test for the fail of commonplace game mechanic? Then punishes players for their oversight? Well done, nice job.I don't even buy the argument that Ensidia should have "known" they were exploiting a bug. Why wouldn't you just sit back and say, "wow, these Saronite Bomb thingys sure are effective!" It is not the players job to look at something like that and say gee whiz, this sure looks like it is a problem. We should stop immediately and report it. That would be the job of the Blizzard testers. Who get PAID. Not the job of the players. Who have to PAY.Blizzard is wrong to ban them, simple as that.
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