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1-30-2012 @ 1:25PM
Lisa:Thank you for the Spectacular Death shout-out! We are still going strong over here on US-Llane. For a long time, I had the exact same issue that "LFG" is having, not having a 'home' on World of Warcraft. A while ago I stumbled across SD, and immediately fell in love with the guild, guild leader, and everyone in it. We do all sorts of fun (and sometimes serious) things and "LFG" sounds like a great fit to our guild. If he's reading this, we can be found over at: http://www.spectaculardeath.net/Thanks again,Branni
1-30-2012 @ 1:35PM
Oops, I meant "she's" not "he's".
1-30-2012 @ 2:00PM
I can absolutely recommend Spectacular Death!!! I started a toon on Llane and joined as a Tourist and one month later, I am in LOVE with this guild!! Friendly, fun and not a bad raiding guild as well. I transferred my main and am having a blast laughing and giggling like a kid again. The people are witty, the humor is clean and dry! Gimmlette is the BEST guild leader and everyone is helpful! And they don't pressure you to do stuff you don't like. Me, I am not a fan of Pvp... but from the screenies and bits of logs I see on the guild website, it doesn't look at all like the stuff I hate in Pvp. So... I just may do some because the guild is just that much fun to be in!
1-30-2012 @ 2:08PM
I forgot to mention that I, too, LOVED Neverwinter Nights! I was a long time player there and still occasionally check out Neverwinter Connections to see what's up. I have broached the subject of roleplaying but that doesn't seem to be high on many people's lists. I suppose if two or more people had dedicated toons they only RPed with, it could be fun... That's what makes SD so much fun, the sky's the limit!
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