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6-16-2010 @ 3:41PM
When is the next episode of choose your own adventure where we can make the horde-loving wowinsider crew actually roll alli?
6-16-2010 @ 3:58PM
By this time, the insipid whinging for people who cry about the wow-insider crews' bias in favor of the Horde is not even worth reply.So I'm not actually going to reply.I just wish I had a White Kitten.
They have an Alliance guild, it's the 'For Gnomergan' group. They started the Horde guild first because of a coin flip. A COIN FLIP. Not liking Horde more than Alliance, just pure luck.
6-16-2010 @ 4:02PM
Well, I could point out that the first Choose My Adventure column was about a gnome Warlock. Or, I could point out that plenty of the columnists do play alliance and that this Horde guild consists of their alts. But I've grown weary of pointing out those obvious things to people like you.This time, I'll just pretend we live in an alternate universe where wow.com really is written by people with some seething "horde bias." That somehow still leaves one very important question: Who the hell cares?
6-16-2010 @ 4:03PM
Maybe that's the next death for Selfloathius? The truest death of perhaps...
6-16-2010 @ 4:44PM
This guild should be called "it came from a coin flip!!" every single post is someone complaining about the same, jeez -_-(and i'm ally btw)
6-17-2010 @ 8:21AM
Cutaia, you are a genius! Please, please, pretty please, just ONE feed the trolls article about the guild. Why Horde kicks Alliance's hindquarters, inferior space goats, SOMETHING! Probably the more nonsensical the better. I am so tired (as I am sure you all are) of reading that retarded statement based solely from ignorance. At least make it something worthwhile, even if just for entertainment purposes!
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