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I like how you guys nuked my thread when i showed Alexina looking miserable with broken ch1 and overall low (11% full, while Nao was 21%) population.
Good job. This just proves your favoritism towards Nao server, because i know all GM's hang out in there. You never did any special streams in Alexina and now you even gave special treatment of adding additional 3 channels to Nao server. How you dare to claim these servers having similar population if you literally debunked it after adding those 3 channels???
This is a joke. This whole ignorance towards Alexina being left out is ridiculous and sad.
YongYea's video about politicians blaming video games for mass shootings.
At the end, he mentions that people in Japan need to pass psychology exams and background checks in order for them to own a gun. This is also a case in Lithuania and many other countries as well. USA's government needs to realize this an any other USA citizen too if they haven't already. They need more strict gun control or the problem will persist.
I really miss the cursed labyrinth event. It was a really fun event that you could take 8 people into, and you were split up into teams of 2 and got to race against each other. All the challenges you were racing to complete were really fun and interactive, too. Everyone got a prize, but better rng rates were in the gold boxes, less in silver, and less in bronze, but everyone had a chance for something nice (if you think fun spooky things are nice, anyways).
I really wish there was more full party events like that. The game's community has been suffering ever since the majority of the content got switched to 4 people only.
The event is nice, but the drop rates of something good were obviously low.