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5-31-2008 @ 10:45PM
Great job. It was well written and I think you should have started earlier in the raid chain like a great start would have been Kael'thas, but at least you are trying. *Thumbs Up*I have to commend you on the fact that there was ZERO e-peen stroking in this. You honestly just dropped out of the race of who is the biggest Douche Bag. You dropped SIGNIFICANTLY. I only hope that you continue this trend and if you ever stroke it please don't include it in an informitive post.There's my 2 cents that don't mean diddly squat to you or probably anyone else, but it makes me feel better that I said something. I have contributed to the site before so I can only hope that my words would be taken into consideration as a long time reader and go-er of this site.Adam is still a douche bag. Even in a comment to add something a post from a co-worker he still add's "One shot of Illidan and Archi no problem. However RoS always seems to have a new problem each week."Wow, many guilds can't one shot Archimonde or Illidan like your uber guild MR. HxC Raider. My best World of Warcraft Friends that helped me when I was just starting out (A Married couple in their twenties) recently decided to devote more time to raiding and spent 2 months trying to get Archimonde down and a few weeks on Illidan.
6-01-2008 @ 11:02AM
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