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6-28-2009 @ 11:53PM
"Eh. SoL has a rampant bot problem and most of the people, including me at times, just don't suffer newbs very well. It's fine that you link us, I suppose, just try to add something more to the lore theories than reiterating what we have already said. Surely you must have your own opinions, no?"The majority of Dan's article was drafted before I ever sent him the link to the Scrolls thread, so I don't know what to tell you. I don't find it a big stretch that reasonable commenters on different sites can reach the same or similar conclusions from the same bit of ingame lore. I just thought, "Hey, neat thread, and WoW.com has lots of lore junkies who'd love to see it."To be frank, I don't believe anyone is obligated to get your permission to link Scrolls if your forums are publicly available, but I understand that you are not necessarily comfortable with this (btw, you may also be able to solve some of your bot problem by going private). I'll try to make sure we don't link Scrolls again.
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