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2-17-2010 @ 3:03PM
"Let me say first that I'm referencing some sort of vampire fetish, I'll leave that to our resident Twilight fan."NOT? =)
2-17-2010 @ 4:03PM
Just like all mages have a fetish to become warlocks someday :PIn reference to the article, ganking is one of the perks of a pvp server. If you dont wanna get ganked then don't roll on one. For the 80's who set up camp on the gankie's, I have a list! My list contains your character's name and guild! When I find you in the world on my main i will gank you and set up 30year fixed income morgage on you corpse and graveyard!
2-17-2010 @ 4:46PM
Correction: If you don't want to get ganked, abandon your friends who convinced you to play and are already on a PVP server.I have a feeling this is what happened to poor Jaina. She wanted to roll PVE, but Kael Thrall and Wrynn were all like, get on our (PVP) server! We'll give you this BoE city Theramore! Poor Jaina, I commiserate.
2-17-2010 @ 5:26PM
I love all the rogues who see a shield, and assume I'm a holy paladin.
2-17-2010 @ 5:56PM
@Hollow Leviathan Correction to Correction: If you don't want to get ganked, abandon your friends who convinced you to play and are already on a PVP server AND abandoned YOU so that you got ganked.
2-17-2010 @ 6:02PM
If I see a holy pally on my rogue I tend to leave then alone. Now prot and ret pallies? Mmmm... Easy pickings. >)
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