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#1 Oct 02 2004 at 1:35 PM Rating: Default
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could somone give me some videos of battles and things i want to see this game
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#2 Oct 02 2004 at 2:54 PM Rating: Decent
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PvP battles? or people xping.
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#3 Oct 02 2004 at 4:18 PM Rating: Decent
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Try out the Guild vs Guild site found here. Only thing is that you must register but aside that there are some nice videos to be found here (Realm vs Realm action from the PvP server).

Just wanted to add that Juniorx has some really good pve footage found here.



Edited, Sat Oct 2 19:22:28 2004 by Redmoonxl
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#4 Oct 02 2004 at 9:46 PM Rating: Decent
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Also check out http://www.die-guild.org/. This guild Zergs like **** in every game they play. It makes me sad because i seem to run into this guild in every game i play.
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#5 Oct 02 2004 at 9:52 PM Rating: Good
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zergs?

What's that mean? Never heard the term before.
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#6 Oct 03 2004 at 12:48 AM Rating: Decent
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Zerg is from the game Starcraft, which is pretty much a race of aliens and its also a tactic used in any game that is pvp and involves multiple people/units. The tactic is to overwhelm the opposite faction with large numbers rather then skill.

I'll have to agree ith you yet again, Gihja. I've seen them fight and good lord do they ever zerg. I remember seeing the Nurfed vs. DIE round 2 video (both guild versions) and I notice how skilled Nurfed was by holding back an onslaught of alliance soldiers. I do love how they both spined the fight but I had to say I was more impressed with the skill displayed from Nurfed then DIE.

Edited, Sun Oct 3 02:05:39 2004 by Redmoonxl
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#7 Oct 03 2004 at 2:52 PM Rating: Decent
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DIE has barely got any skill I look forward to fighting against them. I use to see them in Rallos Zek on EQ. They zerged half the time and my Guild and others just picked them off easily. These guys never travel alone. I also do agree Nurfed is a very skilled Guild in PvP I've never seen them before though.
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#8 Oct 03 2004 at 8:01 PM Rating: Decent
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I've never personally seen the DIE guild in action but i have read their posts on the official wow boards and they seem well. . dumb.
#9 Oct 04 2004 at 11:07 AM Rating: Decent
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Yep I've known those guys since EQ they're big attention whores the problem with that guild is not the guild in a whole because some people are ok, It's that some of there members give a bad name to the guild. I won't name names but if you read the forums it's pretty obvious who i'm talking about.
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#10 Oct 04 2004 at 11:11 AM Rating: Decent
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I didn't know them at all from EQ, but they've developed a heck of a reputation among the WoW players for being the biggest bunch of lamers around. It's obvious they don't care about their reputation though - or rather that they fight to preserve their poor integrity.
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#11 Oct 04 2004 at 11:31 AM Rating: Decent
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The reason why you haven't heard of them is they played on the PvP server Rallos Zek. They don't care about there reputation because they believe all they need is there guild that's what they've been telling everyone on the boards. Funny thing is I've heard them talking about how they plan on becoming Outlaws in release. Some of them are Married and play with there Wives and Husbands. Imagine what there children will become if they ever have kids.

Edited, Mon Oct 4 12:33:02 2004 by Gihja
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#12 Oct 04 2004 at 11:46 AM Rating: Decent
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Could be, but I know other PvP-server guilds. I have a friend in Pandemonium, for instance. The striking part to me though is just how much I see of them and their pewp on the Blizzard boards. I didn't read Safehouse or the other prolific trans-server EQ sites, but I at least knew who Afterlife was, Legacy of Steel, etc. It's highly likely I wouldn't know about FoH if I didn't also know who Furor was, though. I had contact with a couple people on the lead guild on ARo, and they were one of the elite guilds across all servers, but I otherwise hadn't heard of them. If DIE was worth anything at all in EQ, with the kind of noise they create, I would have heard of them.
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#13 Oct 04 2004 at 2:21 PM Rating: Decent
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You know it doesn't really matter but I've seen them in many games they are a notorious guild. The last game i played Planetside they where there. Planetside had a ladder and one of the DIE members was the best in there empire and most people accused him of hacking.
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#14 Oct 07 2004 at 10:54 PM Rating: Decent
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I know how bad DIE is just from hanging around the Blizzard forums. Did you know that when they introduced the first part of the honor system, where it penalizes you for killing people substantially lower than yourself, several of their guildies COMPLAINED? He ranted about how it would spawn an epidemic of "reverse ganking", with groups of lower-level guys cruising the higher level areas-- and the higher levels can't defend themselves because doing so would dishonor them, blah blah blah.

He almost had a point... But his association with DIE led everyone in the forum to flame him to a nice, dark crisp.
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#15 Oct 08 2004 at 1:52 PM Rating: Decent
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I don't think anyone should judge posts by the guild your in it's very stupid.
Also I agreed with the one of the die posts about people cheating by getting to hard to reach places. That posts was flamed with stupid responses with the common "cry more noob."
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#16 Oct 08 2004 at 2:20 PM Rating: Decent
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"I don't think anyone should judge posts by the guild your in it's very stupid.
Also I agreed with the one of the die posts about people cheating by getting to hard to reach places. That posts was flamed with stupid responses with the common "cry more noob.""

My point was that the notoriety of their guild destroys their credibility even if they have a good argument. If your guild is hated by all for its ganking and you oppose something intended to hurt gankers, no one will listen to you, even if you're right. Call it karma. They reaped what they sowed.

You see, guilds are social groups. Unlike, say, an ethnicity, you can CHOOSE to be in a guild or not at little or no cost to yourself. If you choose to be in a guild like DIE with a terrible reputation, it's something you have to deal with. DIE is known far and wide for ganking. If player X joins DIE, then even if he doesn't gank he'll be known as a ganker. Why? Because he's choosing to associate with gankers, and thus implicitly validating their practices. His choosing to be part of DIE and supporting them is the same as saying that what they do is alright. That's why mercy isn't shown to DIE members whether they themselves gank or not: even if they don't, they're helping other people commit the same sins.

It's too bad that the small number of good ideas DIE has get washed away in the river of flame, but that's what happens when you do things you KNOW make people hate you. Hate has a tendency to override thought, and even those who would otherwise be neutral stay away to avoid the same stigma.

All of which is why it's better to be a nice guy.
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