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3-08-2011 @ 11:54PM
Depending on the name involved, this can be seen as a douchebag move.I know of two names in particular that were fine on RP realms, but someone got pissed at them, and reported them, and got their name changed.One was "Twobears", who was using a Native American naming convention, he was, according to his post, Native American in real life, and (if I remember correctly) was RP'ing a character with Native American chararistics. The other was "Ghostwalka", who was a famous Troll Shaman on his realm. His name was perfectly fine, and had a backstory to it, fit in with the Ghost Wolf ability, and was using the Troll accent.Both were changed back. The latter took an entire server forum posting against it because they were pissed he was forced to change.So while reporting completely inappropriate names are fine, "getting back" at someone for a name you consider inappropriate and possibly getting their (ok) name changed because a GM didn't take more than a minute to look at it can be seen as a douchebag move.
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