Check out the full Blizzard response after the break.This topic is not a new one, and we know it's a concern for our players and our player-parents.
The rep made it clear however, that only public forms of communication would be monitored, as well as unsolicited whispers.
What consenting players chose to get up to in party or guild chat, the rep said, was up to them.
After seeing what he described as "appalling and beyond offensive" activity, he cancelled his son's account, and then posted about his displeasure on the forums.
He said that while he regretted having to punish his son for something that wasn't his fault, he didn't want him exposed to that kind of content.
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Role-Play in this definition refers to the typing RP done in video games, chatrooms and forums.
ERP is a role-play with little plot besides the quick sex scene between characters.
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Blizzard has publicly clarified its policy on "in-game harassment" in World of Warcraft and stressed that it is actively policing the issue, after complaints were raised about erotic role-play in a certain inn on a certain US server.
We hear perennial complaints about spots in our game where this activity is said to take place, and Moon Guard Goldshire appears in that list with some regularity.