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Posted: May 13th 2009 5:40PM Ghede said

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"Josh indeed his fiancee, Aubrey. Yay marriage!"
You accidentally the whole wedding?

Posted: May 13th 2009 5:51PM Seraphina Brennan said

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Fixed. Sorry about that. Could have sworn that one word was there.
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Posted: May 13th 2009 8:44PM (Unverified) said

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I WAS a loyal Warhammer fan and subscriber until this month. Warhammer is now a trainwreck.. from game breaking bugs, end game exploits, servers that are hardly stable, slide how lagfests, rampant cheating allowed since Mythic is ultimately responsible for the coding error that allows it, imbalance servers caused by Mythics stupidity in handling transfers, the unwillingness to fix imbalances, and the fact that the new ORvR Zone Domination and Lands of the Dead ORvR Dungeon are Zergfests. I think Warhammer is hardly a game anyone wants in its present state.

Posted: May 13th 2009 9:51PM Abriael said

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Oh really? Looks like there are quite a lot of people that disagree.

Posted: May 14th 2009 5:32AM (Unverified) said

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I guess, the movie reference is to Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson acting in the Scorpion King movie. That movie would fit the theme way more.

Posted: May 14th 2009 6:20PM (Unverified) said

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I believe your The Rock wiki reference should point to the person, not the film. You know, since The Rock (person) was the guy who played the Scorpion King in the second The Mummy movie, and the standalone spinoff of the same, whereas The Rock (film) is about special forces guys who go mercenary and take over an old prison, with Nick Cage and Sean Connery as the only two men on earth who can foil their nefarious plans. One is relevant to an expansion dealing with an ancient Egyptian theme, the other is not.

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