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9-24-2009 @ 11:30AM
What a fun afternoon! If you've never been to an event for ICftB, get to the next one. Yes, many of us follow Robin, but that makes it easy to hang out and gab in gchat. Many people swarm around the group and protect lowbies. Hanging out with some of your favorite Wow.com writers makes for fun and informative times--I won't spoil anything, but maybe I can edit the comment later? (/chuckle) Also, Robin has an amazing native ability to herd cats, but in a helpful spirit, if you're gonna come to the next one, lemme offer these tips: 1. If you're going to make a DK for it (not a bad idea, and it was suggested before), give yourself time to get out of the starting area. 2. There's not going to be a raid group--Pirate's Day we had over 100, as Robin said. Too many for a raid, and the idea is not to manage multiple raid groups, it's to have fun. 3. Spam is bad, and I'm not talking about canned luncheon meat. You were warned. lol4. Once Robin says so, please let her be the only one using caps in gchat. You were warned. lol
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