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6-02-2008 @ 3:53PM
WoW roleplayers need an ass kicking. That's the general consensus from all the people on PvP servers anyway. If you want to RP, bust out the D&D (or one of the many games that are superior to D&D. Sadly, WoW is only about farming rep and collecting gear these days.
6-02-2008 @ 3:55PM
I need to close my parentheses in there after D&D. My bad.
6-02-2008 @ 4:05PM
You = Why I have this name.Also, you big douche bag, you're playing an mmoRPg.A why do you care if people RP? Why don't you go back and gank the level 20 with your level 70 to show your "leetness" and mind your own fucking business?
6-02-2008 @ 4:14PM
Who are you to say that WoW roleplayers need an ass kicking? That's a generalized statement with no foundation in truth whatsoever. I could just as easily proclaim that PvPers need an ass spanking, that PvEers need a chocolate sundae, and that all people with hair on their toes need a pet squid. If PvP server people like to kill and gank each other, then they are welcome to go do that -- I'm sure they get quite good at it. Likewise, RPers have things we like to do, too, and we learn to get good at roleplaying over time. It's just a hobby, man -- chill out a bit on the meaningless negative generalization.
6-02-2008 @ 6:07PM
... and finally I get you, ANaughtybear.Finally.There's no worse cynic than a failed romantic, is there?
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