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4-03-2010 @ 12:28AM
Blizzard didn't always moderate their forums so well, and as one of the players who used to pick up the slack reporting thousands of users, mediating Diablo II trades, enforcing our own community policy toward hacks, dupes, etc in Diablo II I can empathize with the community managers, it's a incredibly daunting task. I know when the official Diablo II trade forums finally died down to their couple pages I was extremely glad I could focus more on gameplay and game design input as opposed to the constant rush of keeping keyloggers off the forums and making them even possible to read actual information in between the flame wars. Though I may sometimes think that the community managers aren't there, or that they don't pay attention to the needs of the forums as much as they should, the fact that we even have the room to think this suggests they are doing something correctly. Goodluck Eyonix.
4-07-2010 @ 12:32AM
Official WoW forums = worst forums in the world. They must have been paying him well. I would have left ages ago.
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