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7-13-2009 @ 2:05AM
Seeing as how its a start of a new week (I realize its Monday now), I see this is as a boost of morale for the US realms in that there are guilds here [and in Canada] that can could pull off the impossible.All we need now is a World First from the Latin and Oceanic (unless they fall under EU server category) and we can have the very first and official Worldwide achievement that a guild from each server region obtained a World Realm first, or as I would call it:" ACHIEVEMENT: Global First - "Around the World" = 5 World Firsts obtained from all 5 server realms."And then fanfare, fireworks, flying murlocs happen all over Azeroth and Outland, with a special surprise in the form of the Maelstrom miraculously calming to reveal Malfurion Stormrage bowing and saying some congratulatory message.Of course, it would be odd that Blizz hasn't thought of it, unless they have.. However, if it is possible, what could we expect? And I only threw out that "Global First Achievement" because there's been an EU, an Asian, and now a *US guild with the World Firsts. If this happens, it would be awesome.* I know Exodus would count but that situation arose and Blizz revoked their credit legitimately hence the asterisk.I would like to hear the WoW.com writers/editors input on this "Global First Achievement" theory.
7-13-2009 @ 2:49AM
>All we need now is a World First from the Latin and OceanicNot with this lag.
7-13-2009 @ 7:16AM
Oceanic (& Latin Servers, i think) are just US realms with different time zones. Also, hey Zar, if you're Zarfay in my guild Zar.
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