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12-17-2008 @ 4:36PM
In support of the guild and those who serve, be it military or para-military, comments by "AFrigginNoob" are prime examples of the lack of understanding experienced by "civilians." Unless someone is in a family with a LEO or other first responder or military, it cannot be understood the sacrifices made by these men and women who serve. "Noob" might have gone to college to get a degree but so have most people, including the first responders. I am working on my Master's degree and am in law enforcement as well. It doesn't matter what degree someone has but rather the person they are. That is generally reflected in the way the players behave in game and IRL.Without going on farther, I want to thank Wowhead for showcasing this guild and in particular the members of the guild. It is the chance encounters with players like Paradin and the some of the others that have written in that have kept me playing this game. The ideals shown by the TFR and others is what I have found most enjoyable about the player interaction over the last two years that I have played. It is good to see a more casual guild being focused on as the number of adults that play videogames grows.Stay safe TFR!
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