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3-09-2011 @ 9:34AM
"Long, long ago, when WoW was young, I submitted a petition complaining that the pants my human priest was wearing made her butt look big. When the GM responded, we had one of the most entertaining conversations I've had, and one of my favorite memories, in-game. I guess those days are over now, huh? GM is srs bizness!"I'm sure GMs really appreciate offbeat, fun petitions (as long as they're genuinely fun and genuinely original rather than yet another joke they've heard a dozen times before even coming to work). That's very different from people trying to cheat. "Fun" stuff probably doesn't take up much time at all, compared to investigating a petition that turns out to be a lie or trying to weasel out of the consequences of something you did wrong, and even if it does take up time, well hey, GMs are people too and giving them a break from serious stuff just makes their mood better for the next person. Cheating doesn't.
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