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1-09-2010 @ 1:37AM
"Europe gets some of the best contests"I'm terribly sorry to be the local whiner of this post, but really, have you checked the American-to-European advantages and disadvantages?Americans get patches a few days faster than Europe.Americans get features (character transfer etc) a few days (or weeks) faster than Europe.Almost all blue posts are found on the American forum.9 out of 10 unofficial WoW-relatred contests have their prizes restricted to America.I personally got over it: America is just a better place for a WoW player than Europe. It's a fact, I got used to it, I can live with it. But still, when we get once every 10 contests an Europe-exclusive contest and I hear an American blogger actually observing it with the statement "Europe gets some of the coolest contests", which could be continued by "I am no longer satisfied with the other 12 contests running in my country, I want this one", I really couldn't keep myself from QQing a bit.Let the American downrating begin.
1-09-2010 @ 2:33AM
And Canadians get shafted all-throughout. Yay us.
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