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5-05-2010 @ 3:37PM
As far as the Real ID features go I like half of them, and hate the other half, but if I'm reading it correctly its an all or nothing thing so.... yeah. There will be no Real ID use (and no FB integration either) on my battle.net account for me.
5-05-2010 @ 3:46PM
I agree, they should make some things configurable so you set the treshold of how much do you want to share or your RealId friends to see.
5-05-2010 @ 4:15PM
Especially the whole "Friend all your chars" thing. I have some "secret" characters I play on when I do not want to be bothered by people. Won't be able to do that with this.
5-05-2010 @ 9:30PM
*log on lvl 23 Shammy. 30 secs later... "hey, didn't know u had a shammy! Anyways, wanna come tank UK???"hmmm, no thank you.
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