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7-15-2010 @ 2:28PM
Oh and once again for us forgotten EU players you can go to http://beta-eu.battle.net to get the same access. Thanks again wow.com for covering all your bases and supporting the whole community.
7-15-2010 @ 3:18PM
I forget, where is wow.com based out of?
7-15-2010 @ 3:21PM
It was probably a simply oversight. Don't get your panties in a wad.Oh sorry, your "knickers."
@ChrisamcnicholasI forget, does this site specifically say that is US only? Is WoW US only? no, then we should at least have some things said about us occasionally.
7-15-2010 @ 3:24PM
@arednelJust saying the game and this website are both based out of the united states. The first though when posting isn't going to be "wonder if there's a European site". Sorry if that offends you.
7-15-2010 @ 3:27PM
"we should at least have some things said about us occasionally."They do say stuff about us occasionally. They mention european guilds when there's a world first!Oh yes i did :P
7-15-2010 @ 3:44PM
When a European game site mentions America on a regular basis, you will have justification to complain here.European GM's are mentioned all the time. European forums are mentioned all the time. The (lack of) or (Europe-only) contests are mentioned, too. Just because they don't mention the new Battle.net for Europe on a primarily American website doesn't mean you can complain about it.
7-15-2010 @ 5:36PM
I have a question for you, Daffybint, or any other reader in Europe. If you go to the link that I put in the post, does it tell you that it's for the North American region in the upper right corner? Does it ask you to click and change it if that's not your region?It did on my screen, which is why I thought that link would work for everyone who was also able to read the English on WoW.com. But I admit that coming from a different country, it may not show up. So could someone from Europe tell me if that box is there for them as well?
7-16-2010 @ 12:16AM
Don't think where all from america some are canadains. we have to live with the american forums they are the north american we have to live in there shadow you europeans have there own down rate me if you will just saying
7-16-2010 @ 6:05AM
Robin, Indeed it does. apologies i did not see this the first time i went there. Up until this year, wow.com has always provided information for both EU players as well as US players on a regular basis. I could count on you to provide details of extended maintenance and outages for both Tuesday as well as Wednesday. I could keep up to date on the news while i was at work so there were no surprises when i went home to log in. This i believe was due to the European bloggers that you had, including The T and Patick Beja. I appreciate that The majority of the information you provide is not region specific, however it would still be nice to provide updated information that covers all your readership.On a side note, you guys do a great job. Keep up the good work.
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