Why come here to complain? For sympathy?
Any forum ban is gonna be deserved, everyone that comes here says it's not, awfully funny coincidence that.
Truth is you're leaving something out.
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Last edited by Pwnsome; 2013-07-22 at 09:43 PM.
I have been banned for some stupid stuff before. I think the forum mods think its LFD or something. If someone down rates a post mods dont even read the post they just ban. Just like in LFD when someone initiates a vote kick everyone just automatically hits yes even if the person was doing nothing wrong.
Isn't it funny that you got banned because of your non-constructive "feedback" about some datamined nerf to an ability, that actually turned out to be a buff? No I'm sorry, let's hurry to the forums and act like someone who's trying to troll for the first time in their life, much better idea.
A GM on their website even posted "We know your damage is low. We are going to fix it. If you don't believe that, that's your choice, but ranting about it isn't going to accomplish anything." in the hunter PvE thread and you're still blessed enough to post what you did. You should've gotten a month or something lol.
I know Mend Pet has nothing to do with damage, but it shows how annoyed they are at your kind.
I'm not sure what the deal is with the official wow forums but they aren't moderated very well..some obvious troll posts will last all weekend, while whole (seemingly) innocuous threads are deleted within the first or second page.
I got a ban once for posting in a "what is your favorite expansion" thread. There was no reason given (I had said Wrath was my favorite xpac), but I noticed some clean/nontrolling threads that week get deleted regarding to Wrath nostalgia, so apparently one of the mods wasn't a WoLK fan. Lol.
Anyway, I stopped posting there after that except for some PTR feedback in the PTR forums. The forums just aren't well managed there.
Origination: Forums / Comments
Ban Type: Spamming / Trolling
Ban Reason: Flamebaiting, mockery or ridicule, i.e. trolling/provocation: http://eu.battle.net/en/community/conduct
By: Endemonadia, L85 Undead Rogue, Draenor
Forum > General
Low populated/ unbalanced servers
I lol at the people who think Blizzard will ever fix this... they wont, so just pay xfer and stop wasting your time on the forums about it.
Is this really worth a permaban?
This was my 1 and only post on that thread... In reality i guess Blizzard had enough of me. But this post is hardly trolling, it was posted as genuine good advice for all those guys QQing about their low-pop realm.
How is the thread started by a level 75 druid? There was only one topic I saw with that title. Is that 75 Druid part of your post the level / class of the person who issued the ban?
But more on topic-
The thread itself seemed highly sarcastic.
That and the fact that after looking through the post history for Drizzie, all I found were a bunch of trollish posts.
Last edited by Lime; 2013-07-22 at 09:56 PM. Reason: Adding/correcting stuff
i once got banned for posting a bug report on two different sub forums.
Last edited by Celista; 2013-07-22 at 09:58 PM.
And posting non-contributing things can also be seen as spam/trolling to some people. Most likely, you got reported by many players for having a post like that. Really, it can be harsh. But people need to take datamining with a grain of salf - No datamining note is official till a blue post confirms it upon patch release. And your post, well. I wouldn't consider it trolling, but I would consider it a bit of spam due to it not bringing anything to a discussion/thread.
But, that's just me.
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