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Omnipotentjc
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#1 - 2018/10/01 09:03:00 PM
“If you think the tweet was about you then maybe you should evaluate if you're doing that behavior or not. If you read the tweet and think "Wow people do that? That's awful", then you probably weren't who he was talking about. That tweet isn't about the WoW community, its a vocal minority using Twitter who are toxic and awful. People that specifically tweet at him with anonymous accounts. It's easy to ignore (you'd be amazed at the things people say to us that literally nothing bothers you as a CM) but it fills up your mentions with garbage and it gets annoying because it makes it hard to use.

I don't know how this is news, I do the same thing like almost everyone else in this industry that has a Twitter. If someone angrily tweets at me stuff about the game that isn't remotely constructive or just attacks me, I block you too. I like being social with the community, same as Lore. However, it gets to a point when people are spewing things at you just because you're reachable rather than actually trying to engage with you as a person about the game we both love.

Let's not make click-bait threads that are taking things from a personal Twitter account out of context for what they actually are. Locking for obvious reasons.”

The original twitter post went something a long the lines of I’m sick of your idiot ranting you dickheads. I don’t respond to stuff about ingame issues on my Twitter.

Is this an attack on the community further by another CM? I lately have been vocal about some things on the forum I haven’t been liking about the game and would like to see changed, do I fit into the category this guy is talking about?

Is it wrong to share the same opinions as many others and be vocal about it?

I didn’t have a problem with Lore saying this on his Twitter but for a CM to come onto the forums and call out people who are concerned with the game who try to make meaningful posts seems very unprofessional. Is this a billion dollar company, or is this pre teens lashing out in a school yard?

This left a terrible taste in my mouth if this is how a company chooses to represent itself.

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Community Manager
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#58 - 2018/10/01 10:22:00 PM
What if I would like to submit feedback on posts from Blizzard employees but not post on the forums as call outs are against the rules?
If you have any sort of issue or feedback about a Blizzard employee's posts then you can submit that via email at wowcmfeedback@blizzard.com

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