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7-14-2011 @ 2:23PM
Note- I originally posted this in the official forums, It was immediately deleted.I want to start this thread out by saying, I love WoW, and I love playing it.With that out of the way, I feel like this needs to be said. As consumers we have a great responsibility, it is our jobs to show the company's we support what we want. If you, like me feel that things like cross realm grouping should be a part of the subscription cost, then it is your responsibility to stand up.We allowed,BoA Mounts/pets in the pet store.Additional monthly cost for remote AH/guild chat.No Spawn installations on SC2No LAN mode for SC2 tournaments,No Replays with Friends in battle.net, causing issues for co-casting.We have allowed micro transactions to permeate a monthly subscription based game. As consumers, we have shut up and allowed this to happen. If you like me feel that Blizzard is going to far, then our only reasonable course of action is to stop supporting them.I love your game Blizzard, I love the friends I have made in it. But at a certain point I have to stand up for fair, and good business practices, that respect the people who have and continue to support you. And so if the Real-ID cross realm grouping service does become a premium. I will be forced to stop subscribing to WoW.Please listen and respect your consumers, please do not attempt to nickle and dime us for services that should be included in the cost of the game. I know we have allowed this to happen for years now, but you are crossing the line. And I for one will look into free WoW alternatives if you continue to cross it. [quote]A man without ethics is a wild beast loosed upon this world. ~Albert Camus [/quote]
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