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12-17-2008 @ 12:45AM
You miss the point entirely. These people are at the pointy end of life. They deal with life and death every day while most of us have to deal with school, work and the pain WoW maintenance causes. I'm not interested in their academic qualifications, but salute the fact that they can deal with high stress RL environments virtually everyday and that their professionalism directly saves lives (to say nothing with having to interact with people at the lowest point in their lives). I'm sure you revel in the death and destruction in WoW and leave a trail of bodies behind you. Thank god you don't have to clean it up in RL.The other thing good about TFR is they seem to be enjoying themselves and taking WotLK at their own pace - people mean a lot more than the game. It's easy to burn out in a hardcore guild and casual gaming guilds come and go, so their relative longevity means they're doing something right.Good luck to them.
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