Re: Public Apology to TDH
We don't raid all the time nor even group with each other all the time. Why is this so bad? Hell,l we have even stooped to fighting each other on both sides just to remain entertained.
This is the only game I play where I can log in and get in trouble without even saying a word in public.
Do I get in chat channels and call names demanding that I get to join your group in PvE?
I got no problem with you Drac, but you hit a nerve with some folks in the kin last night and the majority said no to you raiding with us. Nothing I can do about it really. Thats the beauty of 2DH, no one runs the place it just all exists and works. Hell they will even eat their own in this kin.
Take for example last night. Ittty chewed me up and spit me out with his raid. We had glimpses of making a comeback, but not really.
I say this to all who think we are elitist or snobs or whatever.
We came to Crick to get away from large raiding. But since we have gotten here thats all it seems to be anymore. We've given alot to the moors out here on both sides. From sharing things we've learned, helping out new folks, giving you rivals to compete against, and yes opening up our group to people we don't even know just so we can fight whatever zerg ball is on the other side. Why? Cause we wanna have fun and sometimes we need help. We don't get mad when you say no to us.
Think of 2DH as your neighbor. When you need a cup of sugar come on over an ask for some. But if we don't have any are you gonna throw rocks at the windows?
With the inception of the armor to the Lotro store. I fear the game is beyond the point of no return. The moors were already hard enough to have fun in and this will just make it worse. 2dh only play cause we really have nothing else decent to play together. So give us a break and have some fun in there.
When GW2 hits we will put out a post on where in that game we are going and all will be welcome to come along with us. We hope to start building a good group of people over there.
And Drac, no apology needed. Just have some fun man.
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