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Mar 7th 2012 2:35PM What do WoW, SC2 and ytmnd dot com have in common?
[picks up stick and begins beating a dead horse!]
Dec 6th 2011 5:57PM This is the kind of creativity Blizzard needs to lean towards more often. Kudos to the devs.
Dec 6th 2011 4:31PM You have been a very naughty raid group, and you need to be disciplined!!!
For the next three weeks, when your characters log in all they will be able to do is FISH and ARCHAEOLOGY!
Remember kids; if the developers make a mistake IT'S YOUR FAULT!!!
(Marvin's Fury FTW!!!)
Nov 21st 2011 3:41PM Personally I would take it as a sign to direct your interests to something else. Dealing with nonsense from other players is not worth it. WoW should be an enjoyable experience, but seeing the issues that the OP is facing should be a wake up call that the experience is now tainted.
If everyone in this game treated each other with respect and HELPED instead of CRITICIZE and DEMOTE then the game would have a bright future. As it stands now, WoWs death march has already started.
Nov 18th 2011 7:07PM If you take a step back you can see what ActiLizzard is doing. What they want is active accounts so they can use the data for good press even if those accounts lie dormant. Whether this is for investor relations, management or upcoming press releases to try to maintain relevancy in the gaming industry is a secret only ActiLizzard suits are privy to.
IMHO there is some desperation here. WoW eventually has to recede in accounts, and a free D3 isn't going to prevent that. Nature needs to take its course, and pretending that WoW has a large active user base is just going to make it harder in the end.
Meanwhile, back to MW3!!! LOL!!!
Nov 16th 2011 1:23PM I did the smart move and avoided arch all together. If I wanted to do a repetitive task all night, I'd just stay at work and pick up extra overtime!
Jul 19th 2011 7:41PM The reason they are named DREAM Paragon is because the guild is made up of individuals that engage in alternative lifestyles.
I believe there is an article about them at http://christwire.org