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1-26-2012 @ 11:16PM
I've seen those threads on the forum, and here's the thing: I haven't seen one yet that wasn't at least implicitly (more often explicitly) negative about the non-English speakers being discussed. And I think the OP dost protest too much: even if a thread is locked, you don't get a ban unless you violate the terms of service. Such as by making derogatory statements about someone's nationality.I've been playing this game a long time, on different servers. I have never had any kind of problem because of language, and I've grouped with people from all over the world. What is needed is a smidgen of patience and tolerance. You are playing an international game, not English-only game.
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