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10-06-2010 @ 4:04PM
I've been on Scilla for 5 years and I have never heard of any of those guilds >.>But it's great that they're doing something like that.
10-06-2010 @ 4:12PM
Makes me want to change my guild's tabard in the same manner. :) Good for them!
10-06-2010 @ 4:16PM
How have you not heard of The Panic Attacks? They've been around since the beginning of Burning Crusade, and have even had 2 member featured here on WoWInsider on the 15 minutes of fame.
10-06-2010 @ 4:41PM
Really? I have NEVER heard of The Panic Attacks as a Scilla guild. Ever. And yeah, I'm Alliance.
10-06-2010 @ 5:04PM
Why would that matter? They appear to be horde: http://www.wowarmory.com/guild-info.xml?r=Scilla&gn=The+Panic+Attacks
10-06-2010 @ 5:43PM
Scilla player here, heard about this but my time ran out :(Oblïvïa | Thrawsunblat
10-06-2010 @ 5:44PM
That would explain it, Amber. The article made it sound like all the guilds were Alliance, which is why I assumed it was an Alliance guild.
10-06-2010 @ 6:20PM
"The article made it sound like all the guilds were Alliance, which is why I assumed it was an Alliance guild."I guess all the tauren and trolls and undead in the screenshot didn't give you a hint there, did they.
10-06-2010 @ 7:46PM
"I guess all the tauren and trolls and undead in the screenshot didn't give you a hint there, did they."You mean the ones standing behind the gnomes, dwarves and humans? I'd say both factions are pretty well represented in that first screenie. And given that the second paragraph starts with "Fayvren and Mahjarette from Scilla (US-A)" I'd say the confusion on the part of the OP is pretty understandable.Sounds like a nice cross-faction event.
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