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11-24-2009 @ 8:41PM
Ahaha, I recently did some arena skirmishes with a guildie (we are trying to make a 3v3 we just need a 3rd lol) And whenever something messed up and we lost we were apologizing to each other for whatever mistake we may (or think we may) have made. This is play that I like not the super competitive (incoming grammar mistakes) "WTF R U DOING!" "OV4R THAR!" or "WHY DIDNT YOO DOO ANYTING?!", etc. Just enjoy the game... if it stresses you change how you play or stop playing.
11-24-2009 @ 9:57PM
I played a 2s match with a resto druid as an arms warrior, against a feral druid/mutil rogue comp, and my healer died at the same time the rogue died. I chased this feral druid around Ruins forEVER until I finally got a mortal strike-into-burst that took him out, and my teammate was AMAZED. The next match we went up against a mage/rogue and got facerolled, he ragequitted and I haven't talked to him since.Some people can't take a lose :/
11-25-2009 @ 12:00AM
I agree with you to a point, there are some games that for fun, but there are also times where you should be serious.It's not just arena either, do you think ensidia laughs when a member screws up? But yes, people who rage too often are just annoying.Ps. I would take that triple warlock comp challenge, but i'm on a Enh Shaman, MM hunter, Resto Druid comp atm. 1950 lulz
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