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2-07-2012 @ 9:12PM
"or why you're even rolling a warlock in the first place, yuck"Dan, you just won a fan.Anyways, I am a major supporter of this for... non-typical reasons. My father really enjoyed Starcraft when it was relevant, but he believes (and I quote) that World of Warcraft is "demonic". However, my mom plays and as such, obviously disagrees. While he currently doesn't own Starcraft 2, if he were, and I were to get it as well, NOT adding him as a Real ID friend wouldn't go over well (and just be rude). If that happens, (and it very well might) I'll need a hide function, to create another battle.net account (not likely as I have the Cata CE... I want my worgen skin), or never play WoW anywhere away from my mom again (and likely deal with shit when I do play where I'm allowed).That's my very personal reason why I'm supporting this. My dad's an ignorant ass (can you tell I'm a teenager ;).
2-08-2012 @ 4:04PM
Yikes. If he's not too good with computers, you could try telling him you don't use realID because it slows down the system or opens you to exploits or something scary sounding, if it comes up.
2-08-2012 @ 4:59PM
Hahaha, he's a computer tech so I probably couldn't pull that off. Thanks though :)
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