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5-16-2009 @ 12:21PM
I honestly don't care who gets the first Algalon kill as long as it isn't Ensidia. Those douchers have hogged all the world firsts. It'd be really refreshing to see someone else get some of the spotlight...especially some Chinese guild out of left field.
5-16-2009 @ 12:48PM
Uh...nice way to throw some mud there Mazul. I think what he's saying is it'd be a nice change of pace if a new guild came around and beat Algalon before Ensidia.I agree with that statement too. Now that Ensidia is all sponsored and stuff, it's hard to tell if they're still playing the game for the love of it, or just to horde achievements to get paid. Seeing some regular joes (albeit incredibly skilled) beat Algalon first would be nice.
5-16-2009 @ 2:35PM
I wouldn't waste too much time worrying about Ensidia.If enough players around the world decided that Ensidia is made up of professional players now and choose to disregard their achievements for that reason, then it really doesn't MATTER how soon Ensidia does something, as long as we know who comes in second. If the second guild is the FIRST, in the eyes of the world, Ensidia can have all the records they want. They'd just be beating their own time, each time, and no one would care.I see their name all the time when reading about "world firsts." It has absolutely zero impact on me. You could just as easily tell me that a group of devs wearing Martin Fury went in and touched the mobs in a bad place, making them keel over dead.I care about which guilds on my server do things first, because I know and like a lot of people in those guilds. That is where the friendly competition is, and I salute their victories. I guess it would suck totally if I played on the same server as Ensidia, but that's one of those Star Trek space-time continuum questions that requires a parallel universe and reversing the flow of some made-up gizmo name to fix.When your eyes land upon the name "Ensidia," just train your brain to say "next word please" and you'll be fine.
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