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2-02-2012 @ 12:08PM
Maybe it's just me, but I would think the concept of the permaban - which, if I'm wrong about this someone PLEASE tell me, but I assume it means that user account is essentially gone and those toons can never be used again - should be reserved for only the most extreme circumstances (genuinely harming another person or engaging in actual criminal behavior in some form). Some 13-year old gathering his buddies so they can laugh hysterically while steamrolling Firelands? Sure, I can see how they'd want to discourage it, seems perfect for a 3-day ban, but the perma variety? I'm not arguing with anyone here about whether Blizzard would do this, I certainly don't know if they would; I'm just saying, if they're seriously going to take all that kid's toons away forever and break his heart, they've got something seriously wrong with them. It'd be like instituting the death penalty for jaywalking.
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