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10-08-2009 @ 5:57PM
There's a guy on my server who, a while back, started advertising that he had 98% of the blacksmithing recipes in the game, and for some reason he became famous for it. Nowadays, however, I think he's just famous for the sake of being famous. Some people probably don't even know why he became famous in the first place, they probably don't even know he's a blacksmith.He's the only one I know of that's actually famous...the "infamous" douchebags that constantly yell in trade just for the sake of seeing their own text don't even deserve a mention."can you name people on your own server, or have you ever gotten "famous" for nabbing a realm first or earning a reputation?"I don't think getting a realm first can make people individually famous. It can make a guild famous, but a single person in that guild? No. I know the name of the guild that got Celestial Defender, but I don't know the name of a single person from that guild, not even the GM. I think if you asked a bunch of people on my server they they would all know the blacksmithing guy I mentioned above, but they won't know anyone for getting any server firsts.
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