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3-29-2011 @ 2:47PM
That guy should have offered to give the $1000 to the Japan relief fund if Blizz let him have his account back.Guilt trip 'em in to doing it.
3-29-2011 @ 2:56PM
"Oh my gosh! All of these supplies! All of this help, where did you say you got it all from, again?!""Oh, you know...""No, tell us!""Some guy in America who botted in a video-game and lost his account figured he could underhandedly manipulate a developer for the video-game he got his character banned from into returning his account back so that you could get relief funds.""... So... our charity money... was a bribe... so that some American kid could keep a handful of code and pixels...?""*Silence*""You know what? Keep your money."
3-29-2011 @ 3:02PM
That guy got banned for botting.By letting him back in, even if someone did it on the sly (which would NOT work, especially now since he made that offer, someone is going to be watching his account) if his account were reactivated, it would get out, and set a bad example. Both because it would give the message that botting isn't as bad as it is, and that someone in Blizzard is susceptible to corruption, and everything after that would be questioned. ("Did guild really get world first?")
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