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12-20-2011 @ 11:14AM
Gratz to KIN Raiders, although there will inevitably be some ridiculous misinformation about double lockouts or the EU guild fanboys saying it doesn't count because they got a "head start" (i.e., they didn't cheat). At least a cheating guild didn't get any world firsts this time, so justice has been served in my mind.
12-20-2011 @ 12:11PM
Yeah, it's funny how -not cheating- is now considered a -head start-Hater's gonna hate..
12-20-2011 @ 2:46PM
I am so glad that a guild that was not listed among those that were served with bans or suspensions was the one that got the world first kill. So very glad. Now those guilds are being doubly punished because they've served their suspensions, got into the content and started downing stuff, but it wasn't good enough to overcome a team that did things the right way without exploiting. Its another way of showing that NOT cheating, and playing by the rules is rewarded. In this case, the top world guilds had to see/read about another team getting a world first while they're playing "catch up".
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