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9-09-2008 @ 6:59PM
You'll find a lot of serious roleplayers on the server Maelstrom-US on both factions, possibly more so on Alliance. Most of which are the "srs bssness" roleplayers, and have no problem with sending hatemail and evil hissing whispers. I was on that server alliance side for about three months, though it is still a RP-PVP server (and yes I do know that It doesn't stand for really powerful player versus player). If Rp'ing is your thing I suggest the lively community of Maelstrom. I met some great people while being there and made year+ long friends that I still talk to even though I have been gone from that server a LONG time.But I must say Azgalor-US FTW! But I'm rerolling a horde shammy as a test on Silvermoon. Any suggestions on a good Horde side US server that might be in use of a shammy? Haha wow where'd the hate filled, puss spewing, critic Saiforune GO!! ZOMG! I must stop the madness!!Erm...Adam Holisky still sucks, a few peple get on my nerves with new posters like Zach Yonsen( Spelling? If so sorry I'll fix it soon) blah blah blah....*edit* Jennies Lees has been doing amazing since the time I exploded! ^.^ Yaya! Way to keep up the awesome work and keep writing! I hope that lets y'all know i'm still here. :D( Pst! Zach you're next on my list. Just wait, your judgement day is coming so be very careful. You could ask your co-workers what got me fired up and hopefully you can avoid that stressful situation that will make you judge your writing ability and your ideas on what you should write about.)
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