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10-23-2010 @ 11:30AM
Being on MG since i started playing WoW 3ish years back, i can say it is NOT as bad as people say. Sure trade chat and Goldshire are far worse than normal servers, but really it is not all like that. Outside of those places there are actually some tight knit RP and raiding communities. Those horrible places just give us a bad name.
10-23-2010 @ 11:32AM
If you look at Warcraftrealms.com and see that there are more blood elf players than orcs, undeads, taurens and trolls combined. It's a bad realm.
10-23-2010 @ 12:04PM
"more blood elf players than orcs, undeads, taurens and trolls combined. It's a bad realm."That must be the stupidest reason to call realm bad. ever."theres blood elves". Blood elf hate is so 2007, get over it already old chap.
10-23-2010 @ 12:15PM
Blood elves are 40% or more of Horde characters on most, if not all, servers opened after the Burning Crusade, so for them to be at 50% on Moon Guard isn't so bad.
10-23-2010 @ 12:24PM
So what makes a realm bad then young whippersnapper?
10-23-2010 @ 12:35PM
The blood elves don't make a server bad. It is the people that play them and I have found that blood elves on MG are not the problem, the problem is attention seekers and little kids breaking the rules and mood of an RP server by spamming, and it is also the ERPers which happen to be clustered in a SMALL area called Goldshire. One bad area does not make a whole server bad. I am sure your server has a group of players that cause trouble as well. Some of the best players i have met, both in skill and respect, I have found on MG. I have tried other servers but within a week I missed Moon Guard. Please get your facts straight before attacking a server based on an isolated problem that Blizzard is taking care of.
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