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5-02-2011 @ 9:08AM
My point was not to refute that quote outright. Sorry if my comment seemed ranty or argumentative (it was late). I agree with the article and I accept that a magical system of winks and secret handshakes existed for some. My point is that it was so unhelpful to me, that it may as well not existed. So what if people may have "known of me"? How could they not when I spend 6 hours per week spamming their chat pane? In my experience, pre-LFD WoW was not a well oiled, player-run machine like say Eve Online, as that quote suggests. To even say that it was a "system" at all is an overstatement.
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