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8-07-2008 @ 4:41PM
The idea behind WoW Insider isn't to necessarily come up with original thoughts and ideas but to pull together all the stories that impact our World of Warcraft into one area that people can read from. I for one do not read WoW_Ladies forums...it's not my cup of tea. As I do have two Horde characters on Moon Guard and have in fact come into contact once with one of their story circles in the Tauren start zone, I appreciate WoW Insider posting this article.Or is Moon Guard Horde to stuck up to allow those who play on the server a peek into some of the best RP there?
8-07-2008 @ 4:49PM
I invite people to roll on Moon Guard all the time in roleplay communities and among friends, and I also give people a heads-up when I hear about events like the story circle. However, anyone who's ever played on an RP server for longer than a week is more than likely sick of griefers, hence some of the vehemence of the responses, I imagine.
8-07-2008 @ 4:56PM
The point here is that the OP on the WoW Ladies post is in the guild organizing the event--reason enough to at least link to the original post, don't you think?
"However, anyone who's ever played on an RP server for longer than a week is more than likely sick of griefers, hence some of the vehemence of the responses, I imagine."I have 6 characters Horde-side on MG and I have never met any griefers or the like ... I guess I am just lucky =)
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