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Anonymous
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June 2, 2005 2:38:32 PM

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Heya all,

Just wanted to advertise that our new guild are recruiting on wow EU - Blood
Legion Server

If your a friendly teamplay orientated player into grouping/instances/pvp
then come along and say hi
at www.syn.org.uk

We have just moved from US servers so are only around lvl 25 at the moment
but levelling well.

Thanks for your time.

[SYN] FLiPSiDE
Anonymous
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June 2, 2005 2:41:33 PM

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"[SYN] FLiPSiDE" <dontspamme@idontlikespam.net> wrote in message
news:429ed36d$0$340$cc9e4d1f@news.dial.pipex.com
> Heya all,
>
> Just wanted to advertise that our new guild are recruiting on wow EU
> - Blood Legion Server
>
> If your a friendly teamplay orientated player into
> grouping/instances/pvp then come along and say hi
> at www.syn.org.uk
>
> We have just moved from US servers so are only around lvl 25 at the
> moment but levelling well.
>
> Thanks for your time.
>
> [SYN] FLiPSiDE

How did you "move" from the US?

--
Moif of Bloodhoof <The Suffering>
http://www.wowrankings.com/viewb.htm?id=27138
Anonymous
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June 2, 2005 4:11:20 PM

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We didn't character transfer or anything like that we stopped playing US and
brought EU versions.

So basically we started over, sorry for confusion.

"moif" <moif@macburgerdonaldsking.com> wrote in message
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"[SYN] FLiPSiDE" <dontspamme@idontlikespam.net> wrote in message
news:429ed36d$0$340$cc9e4d1f@news.dial.pipex.com
> Heya all,
>
> Just wanted to advertise that our new guild are recruiting on wow EU
> - Blood Legion Server
>
> If your a friendly teamplay orientated player into
> grouping/instances/pvp then come along and say hi
> at www.syn.org.uk
>
> We have just moved from US servers so are only around lvl 25 at the
> moment but levelling well.
>
> Thanks for your time.
>
> [SYN] FLiPSiDE

How did you "move" from the US?

--
Moif of Bloodhoof <The Suffering>
http://www.wowrankings.com/viewb.htm?id=27138
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Anonymous
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June 2, 2005 4:19:47 PM

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"[SYN] FLiPSiDE" <dontspamme@idontlikespam.net> wrote in message
news:429ee91f$0$9852$cc9e4d1f@news.dial.pipex.com
> We didn't character transfer or anything like that we stopped playing
> US and brought EU versions.
>
> So basically we started over, sorry for confusion.
>
> "moif" <moif@macburgerdonaldsking.com> wrote in message
> news:3g82eiFau1dsU1@individual.net...
> "[SYN] FLiPSiDE" <dontspamme@idontlikespam.net> wrote in message
> news:429ed36d$0$340$cc9e4d1f@news.dial.pipex.com
>> Heya all,
>>
>> Just wanted to advertise that our new guild are recruiting on wow EU
>> - Blood Legion Server
>>
>> If your a friendly teamplay orientated player into
>> grouping/instances/pvp then come along and say hi
>> at www.syn.org.uk
>>
>> We have just moved from US servers so are only around lvl 25 at the
>> moment but levelling well.
>>
>> Thanks for your time.
>>
>> [SYN] FLiPSiDE
>
> How did you "move" from the US?
>
> --
> Moif of Bloodhoof <The Suffering>
> http://www.wowrankings.com/viewb.htm?id=27138

hehe, no worries. I was just wondering as I'm thinking of maybe buying a US
version and playing over there.

Do you mind if I ask how you are paying for the subscription? Gamecards?

--
Moif of Bloodhoof <The Suffering>
http://www.wowrankings.com/viewb.htm?id=27138
Anonymous
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June 2, 2005 5:41:59 PM

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Some are using game cards some us credit cards or debit cards.

Personally unless you are from the USA I would advise against playing over
there. There are many reasons why we left but it is very difficult to group
due to the time differences. It becomes especially hard to form large
instance/raid groups one of the reasons we left was that it was impossible
to recruit due to the time difference and due to lack of recruiting we
couldn't build a big enough memberbase for such large raids as MC.

If your a euro based player I would suggest sticking with it. ; )

FLiP

"moif" <moif@macburgerdonaldsking.com> wrote in message
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"[SYN] FLiPSiDE" <dontspamme@idontlikespam.net> wrote in message
news:429ee91f$0$9852$cc9e4d1f@news.dial.pipex.com
> We didn't character transfer or anything like that we stopped playing
> US and brought EU versions.
>
> So basically we started over, sorry for confusion.
>
> "moif" <moif@macburgerdonaldsking.com> wrote in message
> news:3g82eiFau1dsU1@individual.net...
> "[SYN] FLiPSiDE" <dontspamme@idontlikespam.net> wrote in message
> news:429ed36d$0$340$cc9e4d1f@news.dial.pipex.com
>> Heya all,
>>
>> Just wanted to advertise that our new guild are recruiting on wow EU
>> - Blood Legion Server
>>
>> If your a friendly teamplay orientated player into
>> grouping/instances/pvp then come along and say hi
>> at www.syn.org.uk
>>
>> We have just moved from US servers so are only around lvl 25 at the
>> moment but levelling well.
>>
>> Thanks for your time.
>>
>> [SYN] FLiPSiDE
>
> How did you "move" from the US?
>
> --
> Moif of Bloodhoof <The Suffering>
> http://www.wowrankings.com/viewb.htm?id=27138

hehe, no worries. I was just wondering as I'm thinking of maybe buying a US
version and playing over there.

Do you mind if I ask how you are paying for the subscription? Gamecards?

--
Moif of Bloodhoof <The Suffering>
http://www.wowrankings.com/viewb.htm?id=27138
June 2, 2005 6:31:10 PM

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> Personally unless you are from the USA I would advise against playing over
> there. There are many reasons why we left but it is very difficult to
> group
> due to the time differences. It becomes especially hard to form large
> instance/raid groups one of the reasons we left was that it was impossible
> to recruit due to the time difference and due to lack of recruiting we
> couldn't build a big enough memberbase for such large raids as MC.

Sorry if I am missing the point, but won't the time differences be even
greater when you are on a EU server.

-Fallout
Anonymous
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June 2, 2005 7:57:05 PM

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No worries, but yeah I think your missing the point. I am from the UK I was
playing on the USA servers while I waited for the European/UK version of the
game to be released. When it was released I moved from the USA servers to
the European/UK servers. This for me was better as I am now playing on a
server in my own timezone.

The guy before said he was thinking of moving from European servers to USA
servers, I assume he lives in a European timezone or he would have played
USA server in the first place as it was released sooner. Therefore I was
pointing out that if he does live in a European timezone then he would be
better off staying on the European servers rather than move to the USA
server where he would be affected by their timezone.

Hope that clears things up : )

"Fallout" <a@d.c> wrote in message
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> Personally unless you are from the USA I would advise against playing over
> there. There are many reasons why we left but it is very difficult to
> group
> due to the time differences. It becomes especially hard to form large
> instance/raid groups one of the reasons we left was that it was impossible
> to recruit due to the time difference and due to lack of recruiting we
> couldn't build a big enough memberbase for such large raids as MC.

Sorry if I am missing the point, but won't the time differences be even
greater when you are on a EU server.

-Fallout
Anonymous
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June 2, 2005 8:21:20 PM

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"[SYN] FLiPSiDE" <dontspamme@idontlikespam.net> wrote in message
news:429f1e20$0$306$cc9e4d1f@news.dial.pipex.com
> No worries, but yeah I think your missing the point. I am from the UK
> I was playing on the USA servers while I waited for the European/UK
> version of the game to be released. When it was released I moved from
> the USA servers to the European/UK servers. This for me was better as
> I am now playing on a server in my own timezone.
>
> The guy before said he was thinking of moving from European servers
> to USA servers, I assume he lives in a European timezone or he would
> have played USA server in the first place as it was released sooner.
> Therefore I was pointing out that if he does live in a European
> timezone then he would be better off staying on the European servers
> rather than move to the USA server where he would be affected by
> their timezone.
>
> Hope that clears things up : )
>
> "Fallout" <a@d.c> wrote in message
> news:1117718992.30915.0@nnrp-t71-02.news.clara.net...
>
>> Personally unless you are from the USA I would advise against
>> playing over there. There are many reasons why we left but it is
>> very difficult to group
>> due to the time differences. It becomes especially hard to form large
>> instance/raid groups one of the reasons we left was that it was
>> impossible to recruit due to the time difference and due to lack of
>> recruiting we couldn't build a big enough memberbase for such large
>> raids as MC.
>
> Sorry if I am missing the point, but won't the time differences be
> even greater when you are on a EU server.
>
> -Fallout

Clear as mud :) 

--
Moif of Bloodhoof <The Suffering>
http://www.wowrankings.com/viewb.htm?id=27138
Anonymous
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June 2, 2005 8:44:32 PM

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w00t! : P

"moif" <moif@macburgerdonaldsking.com> wrote in message
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"[SYN] FLiPSiDE" <dontspamme@idontlikespam.net> wrote in message
news:429f1e20$0$306$cc9e4d1f@news.dial.pipex.com
> No worries, but yeah I think your missing the point. I am from the UK
> I was playing on the USA servers while I waited for the European/UK
> version of the game to be released. When it was released I moved from
> the USA servers to the European/UK servers. This for me was better as
> I am now playing on a server in my own timezone.
>
> The guy before said he was thinking of moving from European servers
> to USA servers, I assume he lives in a European timezone or he would
> have played USA server in the first place as it was released sooner.
> Therefore I was pointing out that if he does live in a European
> timezone then he would be better off staying on the European servers
> rather than move to the USA server where he would be affected by
> their timezone.
>
> Hope that clears things up : )
>
> "Fallout" <a@d.c> wrote in message
> news:1117718992.30915.0@nnrp-t71-02.news.clara.net...
>
>> Personally unless you are from the USA I would advise against
>> playing over there. There are many reasons why we left but it is
>> very difficult to group
>> due to the time differences. It becomes especially hard to form large
>> instance/raid groups one of the reasons we left was that it was
>> impossible to recruit due to the time difference and due to lack of
>> recruiting we couldn't build a big enough memberbase for such large
>> raids as MC.
>
> Sorry if I am missing the point, but won't the time differences be
> even greater when you are on a EU server.
>
> -Fallout

Clear as mud :) 

--
Moif of Bloodhoof <The Suffering>
http://www.wowrankings.com/viewb.htm?id=27138
June 2, 2005 10:00:33 PM

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"[SYN] FLiPSiDE" <dontspamme@idontlikespam.net> wrote in message
news:429f1e20$0$306$cc9e4d1f@news.dial.pipex.com...
> No worries, but yeah I think your missing the point. I am from the UK I
> was
> playing on the USA servers while I waited for the European/UK version of
> the
> game to be released. When it was released I moved from the USA servers to
> the European/UK servers. This for me was better as I am now playing on a
> server in my own timezone.
>
> The guy before said he was thinking of moving from European servers to USA
> servers, I assume he lives in a European timezone or he would have played
> USA server in the first place as it was released sooner. Therefore I was
> pointing out that if he does live in a European timezone then he would be
> better off staying on the European servers rather than move to the USA
> server where he would be affected by their timezone.
>
> Hope that clears things up : )
>
It does :)  As I hit the send button it dawned on me that you might live in
the EU.

I always had a lot of fun playing eq on the US servers during there quiet
times. It felt good to be logging on when everyone else was still in bed and
I always feel a strange camradarie with people I meet during strange times
of day. Then again I'm a bit odd like that.

- Fallout
Anonymous
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June 3, 2005 12:58:56 PM

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Hehe - I'm a bit like that also : )

"Fallout" <a@d.c> wrote in message
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"[SYN] FLiPSiDE" <dontspamme@idontlikespam.net> wrote in message
news:429f1e20$0$306$cc9e4d1f@news.dial.pipex.com...
> No worries, but yeah I think your missing the point. I am from the UK I
> was
> playing on the USA servers while I waited for the European/UK version of
> the
> game to be released. When it was released I moved from the USA servers to
> the European/UK servers. This for me was better as I am now playing on a
> server in my own timezone.
>
> The guy before said he was thinking of moving from European servers to USA
> servers, I assume he lives in a European timezone or he would have played
> USA server in the first place as it was released sooner. Therefore I was
> pointing out that if he does live in a European timezone then he would be
> better off staying on the European servers rather than move to the USA
> server where he would be affected by their timezone.
>
> Hope that clears things up : )
>
It does :)  As I hit the send button it dawned on me that you might live in
the EU.

I always had a lot of fun playing eq on the US servers during there quiet
times. It felt good to be logging on when everyone else was still in bed and
I always feel a strange camradarie with people I meet during strange times
of day. Then again I'm a bit odd like that.

- Fallout
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