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4-02-2008 @ 3:59PM
Sounds like you need to redefine what is or isn't a satisfactory answer. Just because you don't like an answer doesn't mean that it isn't an honest answer. That doesn't make them a moron. Tossing insults at people due to your inability to cope doesn't help anyone, including yourself.Personally I rolled on an RPPVP server because I didn't know what RP or PVP stood for. The last video game system I had was an Atari. I never played D&D growing up. The only thing I saw after loading the software and connecting was a long list of servers to join and only one at the time had the word "Recommended" in green. That is why I ended up where I ended up.If that answer doesn't suit you, then I'm afraid the fault lies in what you find as an acceptable answer.
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