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4-04-2012 @ 1:46PM
I see anytime someone make a negative comment toward anything blizzard does. Their comment gets blackened out. Its almost like youre not allowed to speak whats on your mind.Well all Im going to say is this. Here we go with another offer from Blizzard with the word "Pass" in it. If we learned anything from the last "Pass" they offered. I wouldnt put to much hope in to them keeping their word on what they offer. They will change something at the last minute and re-nig on their end of the deal. Leaving you stuck paying for a "Pass" that your stuck paying for.
4-04-2012 @ 2:05PM
It's a one time entry fee. How far you progress and stay in the tournament is solely dependent on your team's win/lose rankings.
4-04-2012 @ 2:57PM
Criticizing Blizzard is fine, as long as it adds to the discussion. Complaining doesn't move the conversation forward; research, facts, and reasonable suggestions do. If you're referring to the Annual Pass, what promise did they break? Except for a short rumored window at the beginning, the Annual Pass didn't promise you'd have access from day one of the beta. There's a lot of beta left, and I'm sure you'll get your chance.Also, it's "renege". From Mid-Latin "renegere", to reject or deny something. It's the same root as "renegade", somebody who rejects allegiance to a given person or cause.
4-04-2012 @ 3:06PM
It depends on the negative comment. If it is just baseless whining done by someone who can't process information, then yeah, it will get downranked. If there are substantiated ideas then chances are someone might agree with you and vote you up.
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