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7-12-2009 @ 11:23PM
Why isn't Ensidia up with these guys. Are they fading into the background?
7-12-2009 @ 11:57PM
I believe they went for a summerbreak after getting that Algalon world-first.
7-13-2009 @ 12:22AM
They haven't been attempting this achievement (at least not hardcore) because they thought that no one would care after Algalon.
7-13-2009 @ 1:13AM
They say that they aren't attempting it (which is a lie) because they thought it was impossible, and now they are down-playing it's importance to them just to save face. I have it on pretty good authority, however, that it is causing a bit of intra-guild drama.
7-13-2009 @ 4:49AM
Ensidia already had downed Yogg-Saron this lockout when Stars announced their kill, thus they can't implement their strategy yet like all those guilds here do.Expect Ensidia's kill to pop up next Wednesday/Thursday.
7-13-2009 @ 8:55AM
Hardly believe that when Ensidia already stated that this is a boring encounter, and that they have no importance to them. Pretty much, Ensidia is a bunch of babies who don't like being showed up. If they can't do it, they'll make some stupid math problem saying it's impossible.All grats to Stars, Paragon, and Premonition. Top guilds, imo.
7-13-2009 @ 9:33AM
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Fox_and_the_GrapesOf course they're trying to downrate the encounter's importance, since they were beaten to it.
7-13-2009 @ 10:04AM
@TreestonParagon apparently didn't use Stars' strategy, and it looked like they were pretty creative with it. I don't know about about Premonition.Grats to Stars, Paragon, and Premonition.
7-13-2009 @ 2:31PM
@TreestonDo some homework before making silly statements like this. Neither Premo nor Paragon used Stars' strat. In fact, Premo did it with only a single hunter in the raid (!) and didn't stack locks (they had the three that they normally raid with).
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