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10-22-2011 @ 6:35PM
Realistically, your comments will have an impact if you go to the official forums. I guess that isn't really an option if you've cancelled your account, but you can still e-mail the company. As you;re quick to point out ~ they listen to consumer feedback.Venting on a third-party website may be cathartic, but most people come here because they're excited about the game and the expansion. They're not interested in your QQ, and even if they were - they can't do anything about it. Only Blizzard can. Name-calling doesn't endear anyone to your opinion, either. Best wishes with your new games. You might try Warhammer: Age of Reckoning. It's pretty fun; also, there's an MMO for Warhammer 40K in the works. No idea when it will be ready, but I have to admit I'm looking forward to it, in addition to Pandaria.
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