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11-30-2007 @ 3:06AM
@11I think you're missing the point. We play the game for the same damn reason everyone else does, we enjoy it. I'm sick and tired of people saying that just because I've been playing for over a year and happen to fall in with the right guild to progress to 25 mans that means I have an e-peen to measure./sarcasm What I don't like is that someone can now spend a fraction of the time that I or people I know have to get gear that's better or equivalent. Everyone should have to spend the same time and effort to get the equivalent things: I.E. have no life like me./sarcasm offSeriously though, it can be a tiny bit annoying, but it's not the end of the world. It's not about e-peen, it's about setting goals (yes, I know, they're virtual, but some people set a goal of writing a book; isn't that 'virtual' in a way?) and achieving them. I never brag about being in the 15th (three weeks ago we were 31st) ranked guild on my server, but I do brag that I've known most of my guildmates for over a year now, and some of them I trust as much as real friends. There are memories and inside jokes that no 91.2 DPS weapon can replace. THAT is what I enjoy about playing WoW, not measuring my so called e-peen in front of 'n00bs.'Now excuse me, I just specced back to swords and need to get 19 more EOTS marks and 3k honor before I can get my OH.
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