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1-13-2012 @ 5:23PM
You kind of expect people who write a Blog about WoW on a regular basis to be knowledgeable. Comments like this from the author prove to me that this is not the case.The EU and NA clients have different TOU and EULAs and are maintained and operated by two separate divisions of Blizzard. Combine those factors with the geographical locations of their server hosting, and the lag issues that would occur should the player bases be 'merged' and you've got a number of reasons why these two regions are separated. It doesn't much research to find answers to such a question, and someone who is writing about WoW Professionally should be expected to do some basic research before publishing an article.Sorry if my manners offended you. I find that fluff pieces that expose a lack of understanding and expertise on the part of the author to be a poor reflection of any professional writer.
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