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8-09-2011 @ 7:55PM
Some comments upon viewing:-I love documentaries about things that don't matter and as such will probably watch this nearly half a dozen times if it's any good.-I hope they put a cap on how much nerdrage and mic-breaking cheering they allow in the final cut.-I think the fact that they captured the three days a year some of these people get outside on film will do wonders for the pace of the movie.
8-09-2011 @ 11:27PM
"-I think the fact that they captured the three days a year some of these people get outside on film will do wonders for the pace of the movie."Ummm this seems a little stereotypical ...My husband is the Guild leader for many Horde and server firsts on our realm yet he does take time everyday for our child, our marriage, & even goes to the gym (shocking!! ...>> sarcasm
8-09-2011 @ 11:34PM
Oh & I also particularly love the sounds of the screams & cheers for world/server firsts. Such raw emotion is so fun to hear and reminds me of when we did guild firsts after tons of grinding. Plz don't knock those who aim to be the best at what they do ... no matter what it is. Some the the best players are amazing imo
8-10-2011 @ 2:06PM
"-I love documentaries about things that don't matter and as such will probably watch this nearly half a dozen times if it's any good."It'll be like Darkon, various films about Renaissance Faire folk, Civil War re-enactors and the King of Kong. And yeah, we cheered on our first heroic big boss kills too, so I'm not mocking the exultant cheers when that big bad guy finally goes down for the count.tl;drI can salute your dedication without giving the slightest damn about your goal.
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