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3-09-2010 @ 1:07AM
When I first started playing world of warcraft back in 2006 I was on Mal'Ganis as alliance. It was pretty bad. Horde on that realm outnumbered us 3 to 1 and consistently I would be ganked, the mailbox would be covered in Goon Squad alts, the flight master in Ironforge would be dead, etcetera. But the fact is, even though I was one of the people who they (and guilds like them) were being "cruel" to I really didn't mind. It gave me something to do for an hour, and took my mind off the monotony of leveling. It was funny. I realize where you are coming from, and its great you are sticking up for these people (I realm transferred during BC) but its really not that bad. People need to relax about WoW, it's not like your character is going to lose all his stuff and you have to start from square one. He will still be there when you log back on.
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