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3-08-2011 @ 9:57PM
Why is a "pattern" of misbehavior needed? Neither I nor Blizzard care about the occasional "Hey GMs, what's the air speed of an unladen swallow?" ticket. Why isn't (with an appropriate warning beforehand on the ticket-filing window) filing one false or defamatory report, however, grounds for immediate and permanent account termination? Very few liars lie just once.(And to those who are now rushing to type "But what if my roommate/cousin/friend/uncle was using my account???" That's your problem for account sharing, not Blizzard's. Same goes for parent-child sharing; that it's legal doesn't mean you escape the need to police the account. Your account is your responsibility, ultimately.)
3-08-2011 @ 10:13PM
Admittedly, a good idea; although if they will break the rules more than once, it may be safe to give a warning on the first infraction, just in case a mistake was made or something. You may not necessarily want to be so ham-fisted as to terminate the account immediately.
3-08-2011 @ 10:44PM
What do you mean, African or European Swallow?
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