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6-08-2009 @ 3:10AM
And the last thing any server needs is another scrub guild that gets no where. Just join one of the larger scrub guilds on your server and please don't start another one.
3-28-2009 @ 2:26PM
Ouch, a bit harsh?
3-28-2009 @ 2:27PM
Wow.Do us a favour and don't read WoW, Casually. It clearly isn't intended for you.
3-28-2009 @ 3:07PM
I do think that was worded harshly but I can understand where he is coming from. Every day I see the same "NEW GUILD MADE LFM!!1!" and most times in caps as well. It gets old quick. We don't need more guilds that break up in less than a month because everyone and their mom think they can run one.
3-28-2009 @ 3:17PM
This is first time I've seen someone so "HC" crying bitter tears about guilds that he wont have any connection anyway. People like this are reason some people wont join big guilds. Have a nice day
3-28-2009 @ 4:31PM
How does this matter to you?Seriously, do you go around yelling at kids who join the Girl Scouts because the last thing the world needs is more Thin Mints?
3-28-2009 @ 5:04PM
@original posterWe've got a few guilds full of people like you on our server, thank god the jerks all stick together so everyone else can have a good time without interacting with you.@Matthew Rossi, Excellent use of thin mints in a post :-)
3-30-2009 @ 11:08AM
Right, scrub guilds like the one I'm sure you're in. You're one of these guys who thinks by clearing Naxx 25 and doing Sarth 3-D that you're a pro raider/player. I'm sorry, but you're not. Lich King content is a joke and talking down to casuals just makes you an idiot. If you didn't kill C'thun or KJ, then you're not "pro" and even then, you're just a dude with way to much time to waste playing WoW getting achievements no one outside of the game cares about. Sorry to break it to you but you can't put "cleared Naxx 25" on your resume.No offense to the people who respectively raid and don't treat casuals like they're retarded. To you, I congratulate. Respect is earned not entitled.
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