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World of Warcraft causes riots in the streets

Ben Zackheim
February 1, 2005
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The Argent Dawn server of World of Warcraft saw a protest a couple of days ago. The players were trying to draw attention to some warrior class issues that the game seems to have. What that means, exactly, is elusive. The gathering managed to get a lot of people banned, since protests that disturb the peace are considered a no-no in WoW. The masses appeared to have blocked a bridge, effectively cutting off an area of the game. That's one way to make sure no one sympathizes with your cause. The link below will take you to a general description of the event, with some screenshots. But be sure to check this page out for some more amusing details.

[via Blues News]

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