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Enter to win a Blazing Hippogryph and other loot {WoW}

Jul 28th 2010 11:19AM you know that i would love mr blazy~

Drama Mamas: When connecting online seems like a Real bad IDea {WoW}

Jul 16th 2010 8:27PM RealID is like unprotected sex.

Robin, I'm your newest fan.

Spiritual Guidance: So you wanna play a priest, part 2 {WoW}

Jul 11th 2010 11:30PM uh, isnt tyrande a priest?

Mike Morhaime: Real names will not be required on official Blizzard forums {WoW}

Jul 9th 2010 3:00PM lol, my permaban may be lifted?

i quoted a guy who posted all of Bashloks info.

i said that i appreciated Bashlok's attempt to show us it would be okay, but the quote i had linked proved the flaws of the system.



Anti-Aliased: What's in a name pt. 2 {Massively}

Jul 8th 2010 4:51PM excellent post. well thought out. I'm one of the many people banned, but I simply quoted someone who had posted Bashlok's info. I even said in my reply that I appreciated Bashlok's attempt, but the post I had quoted was proof of how RealID is a serious problem.

Blizzard's responses on the Real ID situation {WoW}

Jul 7th 2010 1:14AM ya Idas, i'm like /facepalm at this point. hopefully the reply and customer service emails i sent will at least get the ban put to suspension.

there's a serious Orwell vibe in here somewhere with this whole deal.

Blizzard's responses on the Real ID situation {WoW}

Jul 7th 2010 12:49AM I'm one of the many people banned. I quoted one of the people who posted the Blizzard Employee's info. they popped me with a permanent ban. I think they're going a little nuts over there. While I understand why they banned me, although I had good intentions, I did quote someone posting a TOS violation. I think a permanent ban was WAY overboard. especially considering I can no longer access the customer service or Technical support forums. and if you try to call customer support and they're busy, you get the "please use our forums!" message.


Drama Mamas: Racism and setting social standards {WoW}

Jul 2nd 2010 2:26PM As for blizzard doing something...

Me and my GF both suffered severe online stalking in game. this guy used our friends to figure out who we were out of the game. harassed my GF with phone calls, facebook(found our home cities). but in game, he threatened to come to my city, he threatened to rape my gf, every day we logged in he would make a new alt to piss us off. we both contacted blizzard on each and every infraction. it wasn't until we brought the police into it that they even remotely started giving him 3 day suspensions. i mean he was giving out our personal information all over our server.

I can't say i have much faith in Blizzards GM staff for this kind of situation since Racism and Online stalking to this degree fall under the same harassment issues =/

The Queue: Roll out {WoW}

Jun 25th 2010 5:22PM love the fallout reference.

gg, good write up.

Patch 3.3.5 known issues {WoW}

Jun 22nd 2010 6:37PM I think you shouldn't give them so much hate because you can't get your addiction fix for a few hours. do you realize how many things can go wrong? they have the beta servers, but nothing says it will transition perfectly onto the live servers. theres SO many things that can go wrong from IT/programming/sound/authentication, etc etc etc. So unless you're running a multi-billion dollar monthly income business, i don't think you should act like you know how to run their business any better than they do.

Blizzard doesn't do timelines for the sheer fact that if they aren't rushed, they can actually put in the effort and artistic touches that make the game so addictive.

BC was delayed what, 4 months? and it is still held in the highest regard. Karazhan is still the most run pre wrath raid to date.

because they took the time and werent rushed to hell because of timelines.

just remember

"Soon" (tm)