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Affirm your worthlessness! A call for camping and grinding.Follow

#1 Jul 07 2009 at 11:14 AM Rating: Good
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My fellow players. I come before you to request very humbly that you aid me in my venture. It is not the boldest or noblest of ventures, but it is dear to me, and to many others as well.

Answer my call to demand more camping and grinding in FFXIV. Hear me.

Some of you are brilliant strategists. Given an infinite number of gameplay possibilities, you will find ingenious methods of triumph, and your intelligence will bring you to the highest heights of our fictional world.

Others still are masters of the thumb. They can maneuver with all speed and dexterity their character to decimate even the most aggressive opponent. Your phalanges are weapons of the highest caliber, and your surgical skill will earn you the accolades of lore.

Lest we forget our great leaders! Their deftly executed orders rally us to victory! They have mastered the oratory arts, and in doing so can move an army with a single tongue.

But what of us worthless pawns? We have no wit, no skill, and we are poor in camaraderie. We have only one thing that gives us value. Time! We have seemingly infinite time with which to apply every fiber of our being into our character. It is as if we live more as our character than as ourselves. Lo, if only our eyes could be a permanent window into this fictional world! We would dedicate ourselves fully to this endeavor!

So I pray to thee, friends! Beseech the Square of Enix to create but one more game for those of us without any skill or value whatsoever! A game for those of us who have nothing to offer but unending amounts of free time with which we would rather not better ourselves in any way! A game for the unthinking addicts! Give us an even greater sink in which to **** away our time!
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