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7-21-2009 @ 10:31PM
On the one hand, I agree with your sentiment - there's nothing really extraordinary about being awarded a legendary, it's...a thing. In a game. The stories about real people, like the lady that was sick and played WoW to kind of get away from it all, those are neat. Being voted to get a weapon in a dungeon? Not really notable.On the other hand, I have to wonder, as you haven't played WoW for years and couldn't care less about it, why you are even visiting this website, much less reading this particular article and posting a comment on it. If you really don't care, you wouldn't be here.
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