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5-13-2010 @ 2:13PM
@ArturisWhat's funny is, we're a small guild, most of us *already* know this information about each other. We've all exchanged e-mail addresses, many of us have friended each other on Facebook, and several of the people I've been friends with out of game for almost nine years and we have each other's addresses already. NONE of us are interested in using this system. NONE. Even though it would have obvious benefits for communication among us because we'd be able to contact people on Horde alts about raids and whatnot more easily. The chance of account compromise is too great for me to be willing to have that info out there, and on top of that, being female, I don't think every male gamer in WoW who's friends with any of my realID friends needs to be able to see my full name and such. I trust my friends, but not necessarily the friends of my friends. That factor, along with the inability to opt any characters out of being shown, is a deal killer for a lot of people.
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