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7-14-2011 @ 2:14PM
This feature is not traversing into "slippery slope" territory.This feature is not going to break the game.If this feature is going to have any amount of premium in it, that's okay.If this feature is not going to be premium, that's okay too.This feature is not going to affect you in the slightest bit if you don't use it.This feature probably isn't going to affect you in a signifcant way even if you do use it.All this feature is going to let players play with their guildmates and their Real ID friends - or in other words to play with in-game friends and real life friends, respectively.So before anyone gets worked up about it, just remember that this feature is completely optional.
7-14-2011 @ 3:12PM
I have no problem paying to help Blizzard (or game company X) recoup development costs + nominal profit. (eg: each expansion as it comes out, Blizzard store pets)I have no problem paying to help Blizzard (or game company X) recoup costs to provide a service + nominal profit. (eg: subscription fee, realm transfer fee)I do have a problem once both development costs and nominal profit have been exceeded, or when the profit portion of a service fee is excessive. From this stems my desire not to see RealID grouping be based on a subscription-premium basis, where I have no objection to it being based on a premium "account enabling" fee. ... within reason.
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