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10-17-2011 @ 12:42PM
It's not just threads--we see these type of people come in to the PTR all the time, as well as live realms on trial (or rather 'restricted') accounts. It would be a blessing if it was isolated to just the Forums. That said, the Forums are a *lot* cleaner than they used to be, and I hardly see trolling in them to any near degree. My time in the new community site Forums actually reminds me of the comment sections we have here at Wow Insider--they seem to be self-moderated fairly well, although the voting could impact a bit faster on their end.As for the video, I did quite enjoy it, as the situation is fairly cut and dry: if you're interested enough to ask if you should sub, there are worse places to spend fifteen dollars. And certainly, if fifteen dollars is the sort of money you can't afford to throw around at the moment then A) you have bigger things to worry about than free time and B) it isn't even up for discussion, really, as your income is best used elsewhere if money is in-fact that tight.
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