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Posted: Dec 18th 2008 11:19PM (Unverified) said

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Only way to make a kids' game secure is to make it so the only way to communicate is to use preset sentences. I think that's the only smart thing to do, or else the kids will be vulnerable to predators no matter what, assuming they aren't being monitored closely by their parents.

Posted: Dec 19th 2008 8:02PM Tipa said

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While it's always nice to see a story about Wizard 101 on Massively, with the recent news of a (vague) release date for the upcoming world of Dragonspyre and also the vast change of direction to add a WoW-style Arena system complete with rankings and PvP gear would have been worth more a mention, imo, than people circumventing the chat system -- something instantly and easily done by every single player of any age I have ever met in W101.

@Reader -- kids who have not had their parents turn on their dictionary chat system for them can only speak in pre-generated sentences, and they can only read those, as well.

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