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6-29-2009 @ 7:06PM
It's funny how Ensidia whines when another guild gets a World First before them.
6-29-2009 @ 7:19PM
Because the crux of this story isn't an accomplishment by Ensidia, everyone now has free reign to vent their hatred about everyone's favorite paid-to-play guild.Go!
6-29-2009 @ 7:34PM
I admire Ensidia's work as much as anyone, Jack, but they are the DEFINITION of arrogance- is it surprising some people aren't so crazy about them?
first post is definitly quoted for truth...now that they didn't get a world first, they QQ. Stupid nubs.
6-29-2009 @ 7:41PM
Stop feeding the damn trolls IMO. There have been numerous different "exploits" that enisidia has claimed are possible, that they mysteriously kept secret, and that exodus used. This has been going on since the kill was announced, delete this article please because you're only feeding the damn trolls.
6-29-2009 @ 9:54PM
"Exodus is clearly not a guild that anyone expected to clear what might be the toughest raiding achievement in the game before anyone else, and yet that's exactly what they did. "Ok, I can't stand Exodus, it's entirely populated by dickheads, but this statement is just wrong. Exodus is one of the top guilds in the US, and if I recall correctly got the world first M'uru kill. May have been Twins, I don't remember exactly, but they are clearly not a second tier guild by any stretch of the imagination.
6-29-2009 @ 11:15PM
I don't care who's guild is the best, or who gets paid 2 play, or who's GM slept with who's GM, but one thing I do care about is this:KEEP YER EXPLOITZ OUT OF MAH WORLD FIRSTS!Cheating for world first on the hardest encounter this expansion has to offer is worthy of a BAN, and the black spot on the guilds reputation for life. I despise cheaters, gold sellers, scammers, and liars.
6-29-2009 @ 11:22PM
oh, and if you dont know - it is officialy an exploit - 72 hour bans around the table:http://forums.worldofwarcraft.com/thread.html?topicId=18031199986&sid=1
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