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1-13-2012 @ 6:43PM
I'm genuinely interested to know what specific differences in the European and North American EULAs or TOUs would be in conflict by allowing a North American customer to pair with a European customer to run a dungeon. Also, the European customer base is attended to by a different division of Blizzard. Okay, but why does this rule out in-game socializing between players on different sides of the pond from each other? Are you implying that rule sets under which each customer base operates is incompatible? If so, could you please provide an example or two?Lag, well, that's often a problem with the system the way it is. And then again, for many people, like Nick from Scotland, it's a non-issue.So it seems that the premise of your comment is that the author is doing the Wow Insider community a disservice by posing questions that he has not thoroughly researched answers to beforehand. Why? Are you saying that he should settle the matter for us and close the debate, or are you proposing that he is a hack for opening up the topic?But seriously, I really am curious to know what you know about those EULA, TOU & different division issues. Personally, I believe that there really may be some serious hurdles to overcome before the two communities can seamlessly merge. I don't claim to have enough information to know specifically what those issues may be. I do know I am not upset that someone is putting the question to me and my fellow gamers. And I also know that there are people out there who may have some relevant facts to share that just may educate me.
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