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10-29-2010 @ 6:23PM
"Actually, the original post in the Blizzard thread was specifically to someone who attempted to purchase the Digital Download and got an error. I would be hesitant to use it in any other situation than the one that was specifically approved by Blizzard."Yep, Blizzard told someone that has NOT purchased the game to go ahead and do this to download the information. True, this person was trying to purchase the game, but he has NOT. Maybe it's all just semantics, but I'm with Sacco. It's just fine. As Cthulu said, Blizzard has already sent out tons of data with the 4.0.1 patch and the beta clients. Plus, any number of people could be reactivating tomorrow and have to download who knows how much info. Someone that hasn't played since early Wrath will have a lot of data to catch up on. This isn't gonna bother Blizzard's servers.
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