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9-21-2010 @ 3:58PM
I think this is a cool feature. If there is someone in my guild who get's pissy b/c I cannot answer something in guild chat when I am not online playing the game - well they need to get a grip! No worries on that front...With all the mention of facebook integration and stuff not too long ago, this is not surprising. I believe the very large community of WoW is being pushed along a path of these other social network sites. And just like those, you opt in or out. I remain thankful that they have removed the threat of exposing people's real names on the forums and all that (not meaning to get into that again) - and we will be able to use this functionality to be as connected as we want to be to our WoW friends without handing out our facebook accounts and such.I have met some people on WoW that I would consider a friend - not necessarily to the same degree as other people I have known for years outside the game. But still, this is a way to chat when I want even if I cannot get online.GJ Blizz....!
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