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5-01-2011 @ 8:15AM
This feeling of community really depends on the realm you play on. I'm on a VERY populated realm, and there's no way I could know everyone. It has advantages (most importantly, a bigger pool of players to PUG with) but the big drawback is that it gives people more anonimity, and they don't feel like they'll be held accountable for their bad actions the way they would in a smaller community.On my server, ninjas often don't get a bad reputation (because how are you going to remember so many names, right?) ; it's the people who cry "ninja!" on the trade channel who are actually seen as nuisances. And even they just get blacklisted and disappear in the flood of messages. ^^"
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