after patching WoW i was asked the ubiquituous question if i agree to the changes in the EULA. Which seemd to be funny, because actually it is not possible without a very good memory to spot the changes, especially since the EULA in the German version is written in multiple languages (maybe the translator was a bit under time pressure) not to forget the very creative numbering system used which is not based on commonly known sorting schemes. Also Blizzard, do you really believie in what you write? If yes, do you know, that causing inconveniences to other players is supposed to be an feature of PvP games?
I mean if I interprete the EULA correctely, it says: we decide whatever we want within our game, like who may play when what part and it doesn't need to be logical, reasonable or whatever. If you dont like it, you cannot play. If we decide we dont like you, you cannot play. If you cannot play it is not our fault.
I really wish i would be a lawyer and know what part of the EULA is scary crap and what is really binding.