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Poster: Greased at 7/25/2006 1:28:12 PM PDT
Subject: Player privacy Q
   I recently made a comedic pvp video of myself making an appearance in Hillsbrad. I have dressed myself up as a Miner and attacked Horde near the mines. (You may remember my old video where i am dressed up as a farmer in blue overalls and a pitchfork and massacred horde at the hillsbrad farms)

In the credits at the end of my epic video, i have a list of names of horde victims who had no choice of being in my video. Is there a possibility that people will be prohibited from publically displaying names of the players and victims in videos without their consent? (I did get a tell from a horde, on an alliance alt, who was quite upset that i displayed his name. he voiced quite a bit of profanity words!)

Video links:
Miners Wrath (New!)

When Farmers Attack
Poster: Caerrus at 7/25/2006 3:26:38 PM PDT
Subject: Re: Player privacy Q
   I wouldn't worry, Greased; it shouldn't be a problem unless the character names are displayed in a harassing manner, and that does not appear to be the case. If any players feel that a video that has been posted is harassing or inappropriate in any way, I would urge them to contact our Forum Moderators by clicking on the Biohazard icon or e-mailing

With that said... well played, good sir. I can't wait until the next installment--what will it be? "Revenge of the Groomsman"? "Greased: Swashbuckler for Hire"? "Battle-Frenzied Bard (armed with his Piccolo of the Flaming Fire)"?

The possibilities are endless. :)
Coreiel broke 25% of my heart. </3

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