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4-23-2008 @ 11:02PM
When I heard of this, I thought "Intriguing . . ."Or maybe it was just "Awesome." My memory isn't so keen.But though I wish to attend, the server of choice does rouse my concern. They're going to hold this on a High population RP server?While I would be so arrogant and self-preening as to agree with the implicit notion that RPers would probably be more interested in this event than others, it strikes me as counter to the nature and rules of the server to hold such a decidedly metagame - the metagame of metagames - event just inside the most widely used capitol and third biggest Horde RP spot to Silvermoon and Shattrath. I can imagine there will be a lot of people on both sides rubbed the wrong way as things start to mingle, although it's possible that the RPers who are not interested will simply avoid the capitol for the day.The population is another concern. Perhaps I'm overestimating the number of people who would like to learn more about studies of MMOs, internet communities, and the like, but attracting so many people to an already large server - and to one area - seems a trifle risky.Still, I'm probably overrating things, and this is only a first impression. Now, what to make for attendance . . .
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