Which falls well into the expected results from an email stating that you shouldn't expect an answer.Person experience from my self and others
So prove your argument.Asking someone to prove their augment is not
I didn't make an argument, I called you on yours.
I have no problem with what it "seems" like to you.Micro transactions on a sub based game. Seems greedy to me
It's called a spectrum.Apples to oranges
And Blizzard is far from the troublesome end.
Rare, often for charity, and ONLY vanity items. I have no problem with this in ANY game. But then, I don't even have a problem with pay2win games.Micro transactions on a sub based game.
I obviously don't see that, so you would have to do better than ask, and actually forumulate how you see it as such.hypocrite much?
They don't handle posts on an individual basis in your opinion? So you're saying here, that all posts are handled the same way? Or did you misunderstand?Proff? From others post and personal experience they don't
It's too easy to just make that claim.Many of them got deleted while the other previous one was at post cap
Here's what I saw: Countless new threads from people who simply wanted their own post on the matter, posting while the thread was active, and NOT following the simple rules for creating a follow-up thread.
You've already given up on it. You're not defending it with actual arguments. You're just being stubborn. And it was a stupid claim to begin with. An utter generalization.You might not like the truth but that does not mean people are going to give up on it.
Who does it better?Half ass moderation like I said
As were the people posting.I seen that my self. The old forums were a lot better
Hardly a coincidence.
I agree. They are far too lenient.the forum community is the way it is because blizzard lets it be that way
Like I said early on: I would swing the ban hammer a lot more.
I assume they work how they say they work, and see very little to contradict that.Watch out now. He seems to think he knows how blizzard works
They do indeed provide different strikes for different transgressions against the same rule. As they said they would.
Based on the rules, and human mods, I would expect a certain amount of seemingly randomness amidst mostly logical reasons.They are very random with the bans. who knows how long they will ban you for
And that is indeed what I see.
"Very" random? Not so much. Just what you'd expect. Same as this site, and most others.
And as I have shown, the same can be true for a Blizzard critical opinion. Which you claimed was impossible.Agreed. Any pro blizzard opinion can bash others and not be banned.
Your initial assumption was flawed. It was biased. And I find your every post to continue said bias.
You don't see me preaching that Blizzard is perfect. I try a more balanced approach, and I'm not afraid to admit when I'm wrong. Blizzard's human, they make stupid mistakes (Cata - ring a bell? And D3 - hellooo?), their CSR's are human, they make mistakes, and that's totally expected. And yes, they try to find ways to make money, but they've been very open and steadfast about not going overboard in game-altering microtransactions. Sure, we get a stupid pony from time to time, but it's completely without impact on your raiding proficiency, your chance of getting a World First!-achievement, or your PvP rankings.
Frankly, your arguments have been way off, and that is the only reason I've been arguing against you. It's not to paint a perfect picture of Blizzard, it's to point out the flaws in your propaganda piece. We could easily find a common ground and agree to criticise Blizzard on several points, but not as long as you attack them on points that they don't deserve to be attacked on, that you base solely on anecdotal evidence and assumptions.