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11-01-2011 @ 5:36PM
I miss te sense of community that I felt during TBC and late Vanilla - people knew on another, you were known for your skills an not your ilvl, I was on so many friends list on my priest (my main at the time) that when I logged in, I had my pick of groups. My alt warrior (my current main) was a free-lance tank. Unguilded, I raided every week on him, without fail, because I had a reputation for being "That Guy" that was sheer awesomeness when I showed up. Now, the only whispers I get aren't about If I want to come tank a raid, it's about my ilvl, will I donate some gold, or will I quit my 6/7H guild and help start a new guild. Trade chat is for trolls, not linking of professions or items for sale, or people looking for 1 more for a group. It's all a bunch of people sitting around insulting one another.Server communities are a myth in **most** situations. @ Anne I loved that post about Real ID and why you played wow - it summed it up perfectly for me and my wife and still does. Fucking Internet dragons gonna die!
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