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01/31/2013 05:07 PMPosted by LitavisAnd that's largely what made the game fun. You felt like every time you logged into the Scryers, you were walking into your favorite bar. When we became a "preferred" server, and the free transfers opened up, so many people flooded in it was impossible to keep up with them all. It was like a small town where oil had just been discovered, and all the big city folks came in to stake a claim.
01/31/2013 05:20 PMPosted by AnablueThe point of me making this thread is that it is a very unwelcome feeling to look at the servers I've played on and realize how many people will have even a clue as to what i'm speaking about.
I don't know how to troll the original post. There is just no point to it. The OP seems to just want to draw attention to himself and his "I used to love this server *dramatic pose*, but it has changed over time and even though I'm not here *another dramatic pose*, I feel unwelcome *end of dramatic pose*". Huh? Also, L2paragraph.
And then its followed by a buncha whiney girls like Finni who reminisce like my granddad who always reminds me how he saw small pox and had a black and white TV. WHAT'S THE POINT OF THIS CRAP? Completely useless thread. I'm dumber for having read it.
90 Blood Elf Monk
The Phoenix Republic
God I hate
01/31/2013 06:19 AMPosted by ToffeesServers die because people give up on them. You can fight to change the world you live in or you can give up on it and throw in the towel. If you Xfer'd then you gave up, and noone gives up on something they truly love.
02/07/2013 02:11 PMPosted by AntimatterThe problem is, how does one rebuild from that. I have no clue.
02/07/2013 02:11 PMPosted by AntimatterI also had contributed to that, and for that, I apologize to everyone. I got bored. I got mouthy. I got out of hand.
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