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wow-images:

Raid Leader tried to kick a mage for needing on an ember that was free roll…instant karma.
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warcraftproblems:

Submitted by marie-morgenstern
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nafansaurus:

it’s an old draenei joke

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irlhobbit:

This twitter just earned my love until the end of time.

irlhobbit:

This twitter just earned my love until the end of time.

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shadowdances:

shadowdances:

shadowdances:

shadowdances:

get this to 1000 notes

woah, we’re halfway there

truly we have demonstrated the power of human will today

it’s october get this to 10 000 notes

shadowdances:

shadowdances:

shadowdances:

shadowdances:

get this to 1000 notes

woah, we’re halfway there

truly we have demonstrated the power of human will today

it’s october get this to 10 000 notes

(Source: spookydances, via everythingsahunterweapon)

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wow-images:

I only wanted to do my polar bear daily…
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wow-images:

System requirements for original World of Warcraft vs Warlords of Draenor expansion
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sneakyfeets:

HELL YEAH HELL FUCKIN YEAH HELL YEAH

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bitchbetterhavemyhunny:

worldofwarcrafter:

bitchbetterhavemyhunny:

suzumeyaelize:

I remember hearing about this haha

why ban him tho just delete the item

I believe because the player knew what they were doing in using the item, it was a bannable offense.
Sure, the GM made the mistake of sending the item, but the player should have informed them instead of exploiting.

it’s like finding a wallet on the street with loads of cash in it what are you going to dolike yeah there’ll be some decent people who’ll find the owner and return it but a fair bit are going to have a party

Kind of a bad example. The post is about using an OP item mistakenly sent to a player in an online game and your example is about stealing.
I do get your point, though.

bitchbetterhavemyhunny:

worldofwarcrafter:

bitchbetterhavemyhunny:

suzumeyaelize:

I remember hearing about this haha

why ban him tho just delete the item

I believe because the player knew what they were doing in using the item, it was a bannable offense.

Sure, the GM made the mistake of sending the item, but the player should have informed them instead of exploiting.

it’s like finding a wallet on the street with loads of cash in it what are you going to do
like yeah there’ll be some decent people who’ll find the owner and return it but a fair bit are going to have a party

Kind of a bad example. The post is about using an OP item mistakenly sent to a player in an online game and your example is about stealing.

I do get your point, though.

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wow-images:

Reminder, today is the last day to login and have your account flagged to receive the Horde Chopper
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bitchbetterhavemyhunny:

suzumeyaelize:

I remember hearing about this haha

why ban him tho just delete the item

I believe because the player knew what they were doing in using the item, it was a bannable offense. 
Sure, the GM made the mistake of sending the item, but the player should have informed them instead of exploiting.

bitchbetterhavemyhunny:

suzumeyaelize:

I remember hearing about this haha

why ban him tho just delete the item

I believe because the player knew what they were doing in using the item, it was a bannable offense.

Sure, the GM made the mistake of sending the item, but the player should have informed them instead of exploiting.

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suzumeyaelize:

I remember hearing about this haha

suzumeyaelize:

I remember hearing about this haha

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vikingcarrot:

Grom Hellscream and the Warlords of Draenor arrive to intimidate Thrall and Maraad into submission with their lethal metal riffs.

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warcraftproblems:

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