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7-07-2010 @ 8:31AM
I agree. I think it's a good idea, but maybe a bit too extreme.I was thinking it would be more logical to kind of meet in the middle. Keep character names, but display the main character of the poster's account. Or at least the highest level character.That way people will still know who the poster is, but only in game.Also, using real names won't always stop trolls. I mean, only my real ID friends know my real name. If I chose to post something along the lines of "NERF LOL WTF" a thousand times, to the readers I'd just be another guy.
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