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Posted: Jun 1st 2009 3:10PM (Unverified) said

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90% of them play on the US servers to sell gold, don't they?

Posted: Jun 1st 2009 4:58PM (Unverified) said

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What would be funny is if after weeks without access the Chinese players all move on to other games and WoW's subscription numbers plummet from 11 to 5 million in one month. Lol.

Posted: Jun 1st 2009 7:09PM TheJackman said

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Even more funny when they find out that all character data was lost like revenge of the The9. Its really unlikely the number of subscription goes that way in any other way!
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Posted: Jun 1st 2009 10:19PM Ashen7 said

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Expect to see the Chinese suicide rate rise during the weeks that the game goes offline.

Posted: Jun 2nd 2009 5:06AM (Unverified) said

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NetEase will ruin the game for the current players. That's a fact. It is impossible to change a game's publisher, even after 1 year, without a huge amount of players leaving because of the attitude of the new Administration.

It's happened time and time again - the Matrix Online (seriously, how could Sony botch that up), small BBG Legend: Legacy of the Dragons (new Admin are complete idiots, and don't care about the community as long as they're making money - they've also committed illegal fraud against the whole playerbase), and no doubt a few others.

Posted: Jun 2nd 2009 9:46AM (Unverified) said

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I feel pity for them.

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