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11-01-2011 @ 1:36PM
I agree... There was a greater sense of server-community back then, when pick-up groups were only server-wide and the people you played with were only from your server. If someone was a ninja, you posted about it on the server forums with proof and that was the end for that person. Nowadays, it's fallen to the people to keep up the server community. I'm lucky enough to be on a realm where the server community is still alive and fairly well.On the other hand, there's a bigger, more vast sense of community overall as WoW players. It's almost like a religion in the sense that the game has brought together people from various walks of life, ethnicity, etc. and, instead of being isolated within our realms, we're unified as a group of gamers playing the same video game.
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