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4-20-2008 @ 8:55PM
and stop the lies. NEVER people got in beta because they killed c'thun or whatever Kel thuzad while doing 3 jumpsand NEVER you will be in beta because you kill Illidan, even if you kill him in 9.3 second with 15 people armed with knife.NO-blizzard simply take people with different styles, different background, different way of playing, different countries, different age and so on to have a good feeling of the population who will play the game.you can be UBER OF the DEATH or the most bad player of the world or to be plain average joe or Exotic Emo Weird Green Fuzzy Guy, maybe you will be selected for the beta, or maybe NOT.the same for guild. of course they will take UBER-guild like nihilium and they also will pick roleplaying guild telling jokes in town, and even the average 250-members never speaking guild.they will try to have every kind of players. you see ?they did that for BC, they will do that for Wrath.
4-20-2008 @ 11:00PM
1) ahhh grammar. burns. eyes.2) you contradicted your self. (people don't get into beta cause they killed a high end boss, but you said they will invite nihilum).3) Will all people who killed illidan get in? No, but will it increase your chances? possibly.
4-21-2008 @ 1:05AM
Irregardless of spelling or mental defect, he has a good point. Blizzard realizes that there are different kind of people that enjoy the game, and they are going to want to get an idea from everyone. If they just wanted endgame raiders, then they would make Northend one big raid dungeon.And besides, with the way they have been altering the game in the favor of PVP, they would more likely choose from the top 0.5% arena players than people who downed Illidan if they were to be going in that kind of a route.
4-21-2008 @ 2:46AM
FYI Taxis...irregardless isn't a word. If you are going to say some one else has a "spelling or mental defect" at least use proper grammar yourself.
4-21-2008 @ 8:47AM
Taxis,I believe you mean Regardless. Irregardless isn't a word. Even if it was a word, the use of the prefix "ir" and the suffix "less" make it a double negative, causing it to mean the exact opposite of your intended use. Sorry mate. It is just a little pet peeve of mine.
4-21-2008 @ 9:02AM
Drats! Foiled again.Plethora,"Irregardless" isn't an example of poor grammar, it is an example of a poor vocabulary.Todays "Word Of The Day" is Nitpick - to be excessively concerned with or critical of inconsequential details. A recent addition to the English language, nitpick combines the word Nit, the eggs of lice, and the word pick, to separate or pull apart.Happy Monday!
4-21-2008 @ 4:16PM
Hopefully they select people based on posts that read like they were Google translated from English to French to ancient Latin and back to English, in which case you're a shoe-in.
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