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6-18-2011 @ 9:18PM
"Well, the sites you have listed actually don't charge for Blizzard IP. Wowhead offers custom graphics, removal of adds, custom avatars, but anything and everything related to WoW is accessible for free. Curse.com offers extra simultaneous downloads and a few other features for premium service. Again not Blizzard IP. Wowstead same thing, custom themes and added features but not Blizzard IP."Much like Curse.com though, all of the content is available for free from Mr. Robot on the web. The $2 is a small, one-time charge for the convenience of accessing it through a mobile device.Curse premium gives you much less, charges you monthly, and one month is more than the lifetime access granted by Mr Robot.As well, the mobile app doesn't use the Blizzard images for any of the items, so it's really just the text from Blizz's armory that's being accessed.
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