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5-13-2010 @ 2:45PM
I don't think they see it as essential. Or rather they are intentionally ignoring that for some reason. They are smart people, they couldn't have missed most of the things we are pointing out... so therefore that must be another reason. I think they are intentionally trying to blur the line between the character and the player. I don't know why, I have mentioned some of my ideas in other comments. It's pretty obvious they want your characters and activity in blizzard games to be tied to who you really are. Hell it could be that this is some edict from Activision, and Blizzard is trying to make this thing so unsafe that no one will use it.
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