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1-21-2011 @ 3:47PM
Tat, if that's how you feel, I'll respect that. I'll only say that logisitically, that would be a nightmare for Blizzard to have to deal with rampant abuse. Blizzard is (and should be) more concerned with player experience than they are with gold buying.It's easier for them to give the players the ability to tune out gold spammer if they player chooses to do so. Then at their own leisure, investigate the gold spammer and takes actions from there. It would be multiplicatively more challenging to deal with players kicking people out of WoW for fun, and having to take disciplinary action against them.
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