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1-05-2006 @ 4:38PM
Ok, I'll admit that I might not be justified in my actions, but it was sooooooo rewarding.I have been ganked countless times. I mean ganked. I can count on my hands the number of times I have been attacked by ppl who actually who were close in lvl to me. I have been ganked by '??' Lvl horde so many times it makes me think that all the horde are ganking EXPLETIVES. So anyways, I have a lvl 29 Night Elf Priest. Yeah, pretty easy to gank :P Well I had just come out of a great game of WSG. I started in SW, and it spit me out in Ashenvale. I had some new mail, so I was going to go to Astranaar. I started running down to the main road, and there is a long single room building on your left, at the bottom of the hill. I hadn't explored it, so I went to the top of the ramp, and lo and behold, 3 horde, in the process of killing Sentinel NPC's. I don't remember much. I don't remember the classes, but I saw my chance for sweet sweet revenge and I grabbed it with both hands. I'm sure this trio was out with a purpose, and I knew they had taken out at least 3, maybe 5 Sentinels, and I knew that those Sents weren't pushovers. The dust had just settled when I came upon them, and all 3 of them had less then 25% health. An orcish grin crept across my face, and my eye's lit all the more brighter. 3 cast's, and maybe 8 seconds later, Private 23 was facedown. A shield, a regen, and the same 8 seconds of pain caused Corporal 25 to feel my empathy. Just starting to get hot, I know, I just could feel Captain 29's twisted frustration. Like all good leaders at sea, he sunk with his vessel quest, down into the void.I felt uninvited, so with the same brevity that I chanced upon the occasion, I departed on my path, with much justification in hand.
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