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Jan 29th 2012 12:53PM Any trash pull with flame casters in Zul'Aman. We'd often wipe on the mobs once or twice, but then kill the boss right after with no problem. I think the worst was the pull right before Jan'alai.
Dec 6th 2011 3:24PM In this day and age it seems that hardly anyone does what they're supposed to. When they mess up almost no one admits to it. Then once its been in public knowledge for a long enough period of time and the evidence is overwhelming, they admit to it. Only occasionally do those same people apologize for what they have done. It is a rare occurrence for a group to both admit and apologize for their mistake instead of denying and obfuscating the truth. In this time in which lying and cheating has become the norm, I believe "milk and cookies" are deserved for owning up to your mistakes instead of doing the opposite.
Dec 6th 2011 3:09PM It has been shown that severe punishment does not always stop people from breaking the rules. Most people who cheat don't think that they'll get caught, otherwise why would they try? Those same people usually don't think about the punishment they would receive if they got caught. Like how murder and violent crime happen everyday yet life in prison or the death penalty do not deter people from doing it.