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BioWare is clueless, banned a user based on a meme

10:30 PM on 01.21.2012 // Tony Ponce
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BioWare is dead serious about upholding its Terms of Services and will bring down the hammer of justice hard should you step out of line. One member (username withheld) of the Star Wars: The Old Republic message board learned that the hard way when his / her account was permanently suspended.

What infraction did User X commit? Being underage -- the board's terms clearly state that no minor under 13 years of age can be granted an account, regardless of parental consent. How did the moderation team discover this flagrant disregard for the rules? User X admitted as much in a post in this thread. For those without access to the site, here's how the post read:

I'm 12 and what is this.

BWAAAAA HAA HA HA HA HA HAAAA HA HA HA HAAAA!

(Thanks for sending this in, Ryan and Mitchel!)

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