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12-05-2006 @ 3:09PM
@2 - Totally agree. I was there.It was ridiculous. The queues were up so high, and the lag was so bad the game was unplayable that night. For those of us who didn't have another fall back server, it was quite a pain.I completely agree with Blizz's stance on this. This "Gnome March" has only one goal in mind - to make Thunderlord unplayable for the night, in hopes of making Blizzard realize the warriors are mad. All this will really do is result in GMs having to ban a few hundred players, and pissing off everyone who's main is on Thunderlord. This is not funny, it's annoying. This is not creative, it's been done before. This is not a great idea, it's the worst idea(or in this case, copying an idea) that anyone's ever come up with. There's a difference between crashing a server when your goal is large-scale PvP, and when your goal is crashing a server. Take it to the forums, where at least a CM will read it.
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