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3-09-2010 @ 7:59AM
"The first is a rock-solid reputation of being the foremost trolls and griefers in the MMO market, period"I read this and did a double take. How exactly are trolls and griefers something we feel is an accomplishment? If being a complete douchebag is something that will gain people recognition on wow.com, it makes me want to support wow.com less.I do not agree that the author should be promoting the reputation they apparently have, as some sort of positive achievement. Being trolled and griefed constantly in game is not something that I would consider a good quality.I've never really said this before, but I am highly disappointed in wow.com today. They always seemed to stand for the good parts of WOW. But you can't promote the idea of harassment and ruining others' gameplay as a POSITIVE quality!It's just wrong.
3-09-2010 @ 12:14PM
Did you read the article? They do, in a way, perform a service.
3-10-2010 @ 12:51AM
Saying that griefers and exploiters perform a service because they bring up issues that need to be fixed is like saying that bank robbers are performing a service by demonstrating holes in security.
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