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No worries, in that case just keep all the network devices including the console off for at least a full minute before powering back up and retesting. I hope this helps!
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I started at Blizzard in the customer service department as a game master in 2009 before moving to their forum support team. That's a lot of similar work in terms of social media and writing, just with a more concentrated focus. I had always had interest in community management and, at the time, was very active as a fan in the WoW community.
After that, I did about a year of community management work at a smaller game company, working on several different titles (a couple FPS games, an anime sports game, an mmo, and a side-scrolling brawler). Between that and my background in digital cinema, post-production, and creative writing, I had the applicable skills to apply for a community representative role at Blizzard a couple years later. I've been doing Diablo-specific community management since 2013.
Most community managers have vastly different journeys. But that one is mine!