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12-24-2008 @ 1:04AM
Wow.Just...wow.This post has been up for 6 hours as I write this, and only one "flame" post...and it wasn't really a flame.And to those who have accused me of being "fanboy" - well, number one, I'm a girl, and number two? I've actually only watched one episode of "The Guild" - the first episode.Could it be that the forum trolls have finally given up? Or maybe they're just busy ganking new lvl 10+ players in Westfall with their lvl 80 DKs?:-)
12-24-2008 @ 2:01AM
Quality rant, but Westfall is firmly Alliance territory, last I checked. So, those lvl 10's must REALLY have a Gryan Stoutmantle man-crush to flag up in his defense. ; p
12-24-2008 @ 2:15AM
Just so you know, word Fanboy can be used for girls, while word Fangirl, even if similar have a different meaning.http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/FanboyHave fun.And yes, looks like Wowinsider got paid or something to advertise for The Guild, but cba troll about it. They wont change anything, and wont stop spamming anyway.
12-24-2008 @ 2:18AM
Wow, didn't knew girls can be trolls too. You learn as long you live ;-)But as poster above me mention, its obvious that wowinsider just advertise some extra for the show. I am curious if they are going to keep on writing an article for each episode up.
12-24-2008 @ 2:28AM
Well, after all this article about The Guild is atleast a bit related to the news.. After all its new episode and all.. Not much to troll about.
12-24-2008 @ 4:57AM
I don't think you've "won" on any logical grounds whatsoever, I think people are gradually learning that whenever you decide to voice an opinion about the guild, specifically a negative one (omg opinions in a comments section!?!?) you get flamed by about 400 guild fanboys (or fangirls, w/e).I just can't wait for one of you to make a Chris Crocker style YouTube vid about the guild XP"Leave Felicia Day alone!!!!"By the way, I don't like the guild...
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