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5-13-2010 @ 1:51PM
We understand that is the intent. We are just extremely disappointed with the current limitations. My WoW login is not the email that my family / friends have and even if it was, it is still against Blizzard's own EULA to give it out. Sometimes you still want to just hang out by yourself and not broadcast your every move to people regardless of how close you are. Etc...The biggest thing though is that this could be a amazing system for everybody with a few changes. Instead it is being aimed at a very small portion of the playerbase. I have dozens of friends (RL and Game only) I'd add gladly with a few changes like removing my real name and allowing me to still have a alt or two that was hidden. As it is, I'll never touch it instead.
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