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1-07-2011 @ 8:30AM
So, what I learned from reading the original article, that 50% of all Horde players are in jail... pretty much what I figured...
1-07-2011 @ 9:02AM
I learned that you're a douche.FOR THE HORDE!
1-07-2011 @ 10:11AM
If we were going by the stories presented in the article, you could also say that 50% of alliance must be non-native English speakers from places in Asia.I don't really think that's the case, personally.
1-07-2011 @ 10:25AM
I think people forgot their sarcasm/joke detectors turned off for this post... Nothing wrong with some light hearted faction smack talk!
1-07-2011 @ 11:01AM
I thought it was a clever use of a specious argument.....FOR THE HORDE!!!!
1-07-2011 @ 12:37PM
^^^what Legs and Devin said...Look, no disrespect intended, I just went by what the original article posted and took some percentages off it. It's how polls are done.Clearly, the author (a Hordie) had a hard time finding other Horde players... the only Horde he ran into was in jail. By percentages, 100% of the Alliance he ran into were either employed or in college, while the only Horde he ran into were in jail.It is also clear that since my post was downgraded, a fair number of Horde must be on work-release today.FOR THE ALLIANCE!!!
1-07-2011 @ 1:21PM
ROTFLMAO!!!! I have a good friend IRL who started a Horde guild; I found out I JUST CAN'T PLAY HORDE. (Not surprisingly, I have three paladins ...). I tried a BELF pladin, and the lore and the Tarren Mill quests just turned me off completely from the Horde side.His guild is really well run and full of great people, but ...
1-10-2011 @ 5:47PM
"you could also say that 50% of alliance must be non-native English speakers from places in Asia."try playing on an oceanic server some time...
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