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1-27-2012 @ 9:10AM
Mmm, it was alright. It was interesting, anyway. I kind of liked the podcast guys and how they discussed the topic more than the "case studies" of the Blood Legion members, but that's just my personal opinion. The podcast guys know how to speak to an audience in a way that I felt the Blood Legion guys weren't quite hitting.Either way, it was an interesting documentary, although I felt like the issues that they had within their guild weren't that much different than every other guild I've ever been in, or that different from people I already know. There was a different stress level from raiding at that level, but otherwise the issues that they had, both personally and as a guild, were quite typical of WoW players.
1-27-2012 @ 1:57PM
"The podast guys" are from The Instance, another good WoW podcast to listen to with the WoW Insider Show. Turpster FTW!
1-28-2012 @ 12:36AM
I used to listen to The Instance a lot, it's lost a lot of it's appeal now that Randy left to go work for Blizz. It was actually going downhill before that.
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