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6-02-2010 @ 2:48AM
So European servers can get an expansion several hours early to start their grinding but American servers can't have a raid early?
6-02-2010 @ 2:49AM
If you can't see the difference between several hours and a week, you need to learn how to tell time.
6-02-2010 @ 2:53AM
Add all the other small amounts of hours for all the content patches with new raids since release, that's close to a week right?
6-02-2010 @ 3:53AM
Except that the US has all the patches 1 day before EU...So that would be a couple of weeks of a headstart only for the US instead of the EU.
6-02-2010 @ 4:01AM
Autowand, if you conclude than when americans get their new content patch raids tuesday and europeans get it on wedensday, that gives the europeans the new content patch raids hours earlier, i really agree that you need to learn how to tell time. America gets ALL the raids early, except on a launch of a new expansion. Including this raid.
6-02-2010 @ 7:59AM
The big hand is at "You're" and the little hand is at "pwned"
6-02-2010 @ 9:43AM
The big hand is at "You're" and the little hand is at "pwned"Actually this would read as "pwned You're". Since the little hand represents hours and big hand represents minutes and normally time is read in a hh:mm:ss format the correct phrase should have been:The little hand is at "You're" and the big hand is at "pwned"
6-02-2010 @ 10:10AM
Who cares if somebody gets the patch before somebody else? I'm pretty sure that less than 1% of WoW's players care about world firsts.
6-02-2010 @ 6:26PM
I guess I could have checked to see when the release days are for European servers...my bad. :)
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