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4-10-2008 @ 3:48PM
That's what happens if you raid the last two days all day and night ;)
4-10-2008 @ 4:01PM
Medical bills for the effects of obesity, diabetes, heart problems caused by sitting in a chair raiding 24/7 - $$$$Knowing that you were the first person to down some video game boss that nobody will remember when the next expansion is released - PricelessThere are some things money can't buy for everything else there's having a life not being obsessed with WoW
4-10-2008 @ 6:47PM
@Gordon WClearly an ignorant troll but I'll bite. Have you even seen irl photos of them? They look physically healthier than the better part of America. As for trivializing their achievement and the time spent doing it - "Anyone who plays more than me has no life. Anyone who plays less than me is a noob." How does it feel to be a cliché I wonder?Then again I would have been disappointed if there wasn't a mindless anti-Nihilum flame.
4-11-2008 @ 10:48AM
I know it's a bit much to expect logic here. But think about it. Yes, they do spend 24/7 when new content is released to get these bosses down, but guilds like Nihilum and SK Gaming do it very quickly. After that, it's farm time. Most guilds that have all of BT and Hyjal on farm can clear it in two nights, leaving the rest of their weeks to do what they want, leaving plenty of time to be 'normal' human beings.
4-11-2008 @ 8:43AM
The best part in these commenters is that they generally play the same amount as anyone else, minus the progression and loot. Oh, and the sponsorship.Grats, you fail at life and WOW.
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