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6-03-2011 @ 7:57AM
"Okay let's pretend that there is no subscription and you can play offline. You buy Cataclysm but you still need to go online once to register the game. Blizzard then noticed that you only bought Cataclysm. You didn't buy Vanilla, BC, or Wrath."1) I own everything.2) I'm not talking about my internet payment. I'm talking about the WoW subscription. cyenea85 already got confused about that for some dumb reason.It doesn't matter what content I purchased. I still have to be able to use it or I do not own it and thus they illegally charged me for it.The original box is perfectly legal because it contained a single month of tiem under the single payment for content and time.Every other piece of content is being illegally sold because it does not include time to use it and can't be used offline.I really don't see why they can't let us play WoW offline, using none of their servers and costing them absolutely nothing.All this trouble could easily be rectified and could have been avoided.They could have just included at least 2 weeks of time with every purchase, the length of a free trial, or let us play offline.It's so stupid that I even have to start this discussion, but I have to. It's not legal and it's not morally correct either.I really need to sleep so I'm leaving the discussion.
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