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Monday, August 13, 2012

MVP Suggestion On The B.Net forums: Should Forum Bans Have Some Type Of Cross Over In Game?

Forum Poster: A blue needs to seriously see what this MVP is putting out and wanting done. Apparently A MVP is now trying to get Blizzard to make a major forum change to all of Blizzard Forums. The MVP is calling for a all across the board ban. Forum Bans in the eyes of the MVP now = game-time Ban. This MVP wants it across all Blizzard forums AND GAMES. This effects all wow players to if this MVP has his way.

MVP: "Ugh, I can see where this is heading and I don't want to get into another pseudo-lawyer discussion. =/

Long story short, I wish this would happen across all Blizzard games.

Blizzard wants to curb trolling right? That's the whole reason behind the horrible RealID on the forums stuff right?

Equate Forum Bans to Game Bans.

Problem solved.

trollface.jpg (No seriously, problem solved)"

Forum Poster: If this MVP has his way this could effect ALL OF you not just Diablo it is a all across blizzard game meaning wow and starcraft to.

Blue post: Please keep in mind that Blizzard forum MVPs are players expressing their personal views and opinions. If an MVP sincerely believes a different application of rules and terms would be ideal, they're welcome to express that opinion, provided they're posting within the confines of the forum Code of Conduct.

MVPs don't speak on behalf of Blizzard. Be sure to check out the stated goals and objectives of the MVP program for more information.

If you have any feedback about the way an MVP represents oneself on the forums, feel free to send it to us via )

I think this would be a great idea, i don't think people should be banned permanently in game for there actions on the forums but i do think some cross over should happen.
Its really hard despite Blues hard work to find constructive conversations with all the rubbish clogging up the tubes, something has needed to be done for years.

Make this happen blizz!

Agree? Disagree?