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12-11-2009 @ 12:47PM
Hey, guess what kids, we do exist (Casual, newbies), in fact most people would argue that we're in the majority on WoW (Data mining seems to suggest it). We're the ones that fill your stupid PUG slots even though we know we'll be mocked and ridiculed the moment we get into your stupid heroic farming group.You poor poor elitist p_____, i'm so sorry I cost you an extra 2g out of that massive 20k pool of loose change that passes for gold in WoW. Here's a nickel, go find a gold farmer. (Wow, where'd that come from?)Yeah I find silent/quick PUGs to be awesome too, but I have more fun with people who seem to be having fun in WoW. What's the point of playing if you aren't challenging yourself? I find it hard to believe that you both came into this game and were instantly "the shit", but coming from a long history of MMOs I get how this happens. Go find a raid for gosh sakes and keep away from my good times.
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