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  • rec
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    Well that depends what your definition of one is.

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  • Cryodeath
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    Originally posted by rec View Post
    They're obviously gold farming/char building and selling the accounts/gold for huge, huge profits.

    Still, I'd rather keep my life and sacrafice the profit.


    you have a life??

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  • Harbinger
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    Lenko should look at this as a new career opportunity

    only fcker i know who actually likes to level

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  • rec
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    They're obviously gold farming/char building and selling the accounts/gold for huge, huge profits.

    Still, I'd rather keep my life and sacrafice the profit.

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  • MaestrO47
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    the shocker for me is that he actually has a girlfriend who's willing to do this kinda stuff with him.

    but in the end, kudos to him for doing something that he enjoys and isn't afraid of seeming weird

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  • HeReTiC
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    inital costs of wow + TBC is about $7000, and $700 a month in subscription.

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  • Wrathlon
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    WTB PST.

    Although when ur to blame for the wipe regardless of which class screwed up you'll probably end up hating yourself.

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  • Bad Crispy
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    frackin nerds.... :p

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  • Milenko
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    The pure cost of 46 wow accounts would cost a fortune itself

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  • HeReTiC
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    wow

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  • BlueBlood
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    gee... nice set up though

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  • rec
    started a topic 2 People, 47 PCs, 46 WoW Accounts, No Life

    2 People, 47 PCs, 46 WoW Accounts, No Life



    I started boxing in 2001 in EverQuest. At first it was dual boxing, then triple, then quad, then I 6 boxed for a long time. My girlfriend began boxing and I decided to "kick it up a notch" and we began doing our own raids. In 2005 we started playing WoW.

    [...]


    I went through alot of hardware along the way. At first it was X-Keys and KVMs, then I went with Cherry programmable keyboards and KVMs. I never felt the urge to go monitor crazy -- like many boxers I focused my attention on a single screen, had another monitor locked onto another character, and finally the 3rd monitor cycled through the KVM.


    If you count the number of PCs, you'll get 47. My girlfriend controls 23 and I control 23.
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