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3-25-2011 @ 8:48PM
I'm sorry Haro, but your comments amuse me.Lets say for random example, that I claimed that I am Ghostcrawler's ex wife, and that he let me creat the Palladin class, and the whole nerfing palladins 'to the ground' thing was my bad since I divorced him, making him nerf them out of spite for me. Ghostcrawler will probably never respond in these forums, and even if he did there'd be no way to know if it was really him, since anyone can create an email account and say 'derrrr, I is Ghostcrawler!'You would, however, know that I was full of poop. Why would Ghostcrawler let someone outside of the blizzard design team make such a huge desicion? Why would Blizzard allow him? Why has he never mentioned me before? Even in this crazy realm we call the interwebs, we can read between the lines and determine when someone is lying to us. If we didn't, I would have lost alot of money to Nigerian princes by now.Moreover, DM Lisa, is someone who reads letters from people with complaints and grievences about all sorts of fights and drama and other such sap stories. You can bet that after awhile her BS radar would get so fine tuned she can determine when a Toroes in Madrid is taking his last one before the big run from her office somewhere in the USA.So, when a story like this comes along, of a poor soul who claimed that he was having vent problems but never bothered to fix them, and that he was an all star raider in wrath who no one liked half a year later (even the other raid members were cussing him out), its probably reasonable to conclude that it was picked up by her Radar.To sum up: People on the internet lie, you can read between the lines to find out who, Lisa does this as part of her job, it's my fault Ghostcrawler hates Pallies.
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