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Immer
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join:2010-01-07
Evans, GA
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reply to Goldheart

Re: [Theory] What is your thing in WoW?

I believe their intention was to make PvP realms completely different from Normal ones, supposedly as they were in the beginning. We are looking at Medium pop PvE realms skewed heavily in favor of the Alliance. Currently scouting 3 realms with one highly favored among them. Need to be patient, but that is difficult to do once you scan a healthy AH, lol.

Updates on this move will be handled in-game and via RealID/BattleTag.
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Intelligence is no substitute for Character.



Jobbie
Keep It Simple
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join:2010-08-24
Mexico
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I loved the name PrideScout when it popped in game. Good luck with the search.

What is your thing on WoW?
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Judge a man by the trials of his shield, not the empty reaping of his sword.



Immer
Gentleman
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join:2010-01-07
Evans, GA
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1 recommendation

My thing in WoW has always been the guild. For years the guild was just me, my wife, and close friends. We "opened our doors" in 2012 and have met some great people, and have been able to do some cool things. My drive to play and to lead this guild is based in a desire to help good friends see more of the game together. If the guild were to lose the family feeling, I'd quit playing altogether. My favorite thing in-game is to see the achievement toasts... but not just mine. I love seeing a whole bunch of guildies get an achiev for the first time while raiding/dungeoning together. For me... there is nothing more satisfying in WoW.
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Intelligence is no substitute for Character.



Lothario

join:2009-09-30
Ottawa, ON
reply to Immer

Don't bother with med pop, go high pop minimum.
I have ally toons on Grey mane and Khadgar and even med pop feels unpopulated.