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6-22-2010 @ 11:55AM
I wondered when I saw that name how long it would be before someone accused me of sock-puppeting. No, we're not the same person. Honestly, if I was going to, would I be so blatantly obvious as to do a variation/similar name? Give me a -little- credit.Anyway...Explain to me how saying the following: The Battle.net features of Cross-Game and Cross-Faction friends lists and chat should not require RealID to use.is not a legitimate response. Because that has been, and will continue to be, the actual point of my argument.RealID is fine.Tying all of the new Battle.net features to RealID is not.
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