El Tigre

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El Tigre

#1 » Post by jeagoliath » 06 Nov 2014 20:07

Hello everyone, im a player who likes pvp, playing on a horde hunter atm on 70´s brackets, it really impressed me that BM is mostly working here, had to lvl my char since lvl 1 due i cant transfer from other server, so ill hope to meet new people and keep pvping.


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#2 » Post by Hansrutger » 08 Nov 2014 03:47

Welcome! :)

I'd say that trying is the best one can do in order to higher themselves from the people crying and only complaining. Whilst you try, it doesn't mean it is always going to be the most successful result but I'd like to think that it is still a better choice than standing idle.

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#3 » Post by Nyeriah » 08 Nov 2014 04:10

Welcome :)

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#4 » Post by Dr. Who » 09 Nov 2014 20:28

Wellcome and i hope you stay and enjoy with us or else:
:lol: ;) hehe
You did a bad think? Does it affect me? No? Them Suffer in Silence.
You Crying now? You have no reason to cry, if some one cries is because they are sad.
For example,i cry because people are stupid what makes me sad.
And i'm not insane, my Mother had me tested.
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#7 » Post by Supernova » 02 Jan 2015 18:20

Omg who let you drink too much Tigre :D , Stay stronk.
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#8 » Post by Kniteknite » 03 Jan 2015 00:52

Welcome LT ! ^_^
French fries are like steaks, where the potato is the cow and gets cut up, like meat does, only on a smaller scale

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