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7-16-2009 @ 8:01PM
I know this sounds a bit cheezy but Karilyn has a point. We aren't being heard. I don't think rerolling is the answer. After all, it's a slow to get a response. Also last time Warriors seemed to disappear, they just made DKs in response. So what if we disappeared quite suddenly and in a very loud way? I'm talking about a "Walk-out" of sorts. We should find one day, when Warriors are most needed, and simply not log in on our warrior toons. I already hear the responses "I'll get /gkicked if I don't show up for raid" but half of you are already talking about rerolling anyways. WE could further the effect by forming a "march" on a server and rolling level 1 warriors and running from one end of Azeroth to the other. Even if it doesn't accomplish a thing, you will always remember having the most fun on a WARRIOR.
7-16-2009 @ 8:47PM
Amen Brother!!! I would tell anyone I knew... in the streets, on the tweets, azeroth.... everyone!!! About the Million Warrior March.... Get your fraps ready its going to be EPIC!!!!
7-17-2009 @ 12:44AM
This was done a few years back. Warriors all rolled level 1 gnomes and brought down one of the servers.As such, discussing the idea of repeating it is enough to get you a forum ban on the official forums.Though honestly, I'm beginning to think its one of the few viable options left.Hm... any warriors want to join me in chipping in to get Ghostcrawler a pony ride? There's gotta be places that bring ponies around for kids to ride... why not send one to Blizz HQ?
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