Well, it's all over after all. The evil dragon released by Blizzard
has been slain by Blizzard again
, after several days of people alternately cursing and staring slack-jawed in disbelieving horror. We can all go back to slaughtering Internet Dragons again, and the privacy issues are dealt with forever
. Or if not forever, at least for now. Important lessons have been learned, lives have been ruined, and we can all go back to the way things were a couple days ago.
Or can we?
When your friend has a few drinks and smashes your entire living room to pieces but apologizes for it afterward, you usually aren't going to toss him a beer the next time he's at your house. Even though the unpopular decision has been reversed, it's understandable if your ire toward World of Warcraft
hasn't cooled just yet... or if your trust in Blizzard
isn't wholly restored. Are you willing to forgive and forget? Or is this the sort of thing you're going to remember for a long time?