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Notable members Edit
This section is intended to point out members of the community that were significant, whether good or bad, in the community. Getting on the list is simple: produce a significant level of public interest. Whether that interest is famous or infamous, it's interest. If you'd like to have a member removed, simply state your reasons in the comment of the edit, or you can discuss it at length below. -- Curtwulf (talk) 20:43, 4 March 2009 (UTC)
I realize now that the above is in violation of the following Neutral Point of View policy. I advise that any member wishing to include such a section, understand that the section will most likely be removed citing that policy. Curtwulf (talk) 20:14, January 6, 2010 (UTC)
notable ppl Edit
YOU have no rights of removing this page, you have violated the Free terms police and I demand you put it back on. All the people on the alliance side were truly notable and well known, you can even make a survey and they will approve all of them. Can not say anything about horde, it seems they were randomly putting whoever on. —The preceding unsigned comment was added by Minirva (talk • contr).
- If you look into the History, I was not the original editor to remove the section. Admins stepped in, users began to revert their changes, and I chose to help. If you would like to argue your point, I advise that you speak with Pcj.
- The problem is that the section is open to opinion. I have no objection to the section being there, as long as it's fact. A mention to the first Legendary Bow earned by a Horde Hunter is one example that would not violate the NPOV. Curtwulf (talk) 18:09, January 7, 2010 (UTC)
I agree with Minirva. Arguing with PCj will not lead anywhere leave bladefist alone. Stop pretending and making rules for it ok? Omg notable people is violation BS.. it's a game and stop making stupid and retarded rules for it, leave notable people for the fun of it. And get a life. (ModeratorBladefist (talk) 18:22, January 7, 2010 (UTC))
- There are good reasons for the policy and it will be enforced. -- ( • ) 02:21, January 8, 2010 (UTC)
You know what... do whatever... you seem to take this too serious, you get paid by commercials? Doubt even a bit.. It's a game you are taking it far too serious. I advice you to get back to the reality and take a good grasp on it. Or it will turn away from you dear PCj, this is a game... out there is a real world. —The preceding unsigned comment was added by Minirva (talk • contr).
The Notable people in Bladefist history that were actually notorious for one or another reason were removed....and some new ppl were added for the stupidest reasons. Glad the trash got thrown out. Realwicked (talk) 05:42, February 12, 2010 (UTC)RealwickedRealwicked (talk) 05:42, February 12, 2010 (UTC)
January 2012 UpdateEdit
I updated my own server page and decided to take a look at other pages in my battlegroup, since I've probably run into the general population before as both Darrowmere Horde and Vashj Alliance.
I felt that this page needed a general update to current progression and external links.
The changes made to the guild lists are meant to reflect the most current statistics: - PVE guilds that are actively progressing in 4.3 content.
If you feel your guild was overlooked, I don't claim to be an authority in any capacity on this server. The lists as they were had not been updated since 4.1. I will note that it's rare to see guilds that have continued to actively progress since Burning Crusade, so I left the old progression sections as they were. The SERVER FIRSTS /ZOMG section for Wrath of the Lich King has been
redacted, however revised to exclusively include 4.3 progression, with relevant WotLK firsts summarized in the History section.