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    Quote Originally Posted by Loipop View Post
    I will answer you if you point me to where you were mentioned ? Such an attention ♥♥♥♥♥.
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    Reading comprehension lessons will cost you, I dont give them out free.

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    Time to tell the story of HPC. ( Part 1,2.3.4 /1000 ) yep iti s a damn long story.

    Once upon a time a new server opened named Rangora, in that new server there were 3 powerhouse guilds HPC,Core on west and Zerg on east, Zerg + Core were usually contesting HPC at DGS,Kraken,Anthalon. But HPC got tired of this Contesting pvp So they asked Zerg to merge and go pirate and made a guild ( Blue Salt Brotherhood ), so they can free farm DGS,Anthalon,Kraken and make lots and lots of gold and gear up, so they went around free farming smashing all other guilds and after a month or 2 guilds started to disband and leave the server so BSB started to talk and discuss to quit the game cuz no pvp and no 1 contesting them and cuz Black Desert Online was coming, so some of the BSB core quit and they made a very nice ( Fake ) post about it.

    So after BSB core quit a new guild was made from the reast of BSB ( My Friends Quit ) they kept pretty much doing the same that BSB was doing untill server transfer opens cuz they said no pvp on this server so they started free farming stuff with no 1 to contest them until server transfers, then the most amazing thing happened, REDS Was made, the first real strong guild on east who started bit by bit able to stand and fight against MFQ and actually wiping them few times, So MFQ was getting the pvp they been longing for, finally some 1 is fighting them finally there is pvp, so they just leave pirate and go back to west to merge with another guild to ummm kill the pvp they been longing for ?? wtf ?? any way, so Here comes Teddybears the new HPC bla bla guild, so they did the same HPC or BSB or MFQ guild was doing. but still REDS was fighting them and winning, REDS was giving them pvp there was finally pvp in the server against the powerhouse guilds so they needed to recruit more ppl and merge with more guilds and make alliance with other guilds to umm Kill the pvp they been longing for ??? Wtf ?? you guys have some weired logic right there. So after some times Teddybears started to die cuz many ppl decided to quit cuz pvp was too much for them ?? saldy REDS also started to die so those HPC guild actually returned to their old guild HPC to umm rebuild the guild and make a stronger zerg to, yes you guessed it, to kill the pvp they been longing for. so this happened over and over and over and now they are called forsaken trying to do the same thing they been doing to kill pvp that they been asking for. So i got to ask,

    ARE YOU GUYS ♥♥♥♥♥♥ED ??? IF YOU WANT PVP DONT ♥♥♥♥ING KILL IT! ??????

    Ok i am done, i tried to make this as short as possible but there sooo much still to say but meh, the point is made HPC and thier bla bla other guild names are just some ♥♥♥♥♥♥s who only care for 1 thing being the guild that wins, they dont care for pvp, they dont care for the server, they dont care for any thing but being the guild that wins. this guild is ♥♥♥♥♥♥ and full of ♥♥♥♥♥♥s the same thing happened over and over till this day.

    I dont care if you read this story or not or if you agree with it or not, it is something that i had to say. HPC ARE ♥♥♥♥♥♥S WHO DONT KNOW WHAT THEY WANT. PEACE

    if you dont like my grammar mistakes, pay me to hire a teacher or stfu.

    Here I teach you the Comma, As Google is bad for education !

    A comma marks a slight break between different parts of a sentence. Used properly, commas make the meaning of sentences clear by grouping and separating words, phrases, and clauses. Many people are uncertain about the use of commas, though, and often sprinkle them throughout their writing without knowing the basic rules.

    Here are the main cases when you need to use a comma:

    •in lists

    •in direct speech

    •to separate clauses

    •to mark off certain parts of a sentence

    •with 'however'

    Using commas in lists

    You need to put a comma between the different items in a list, as in the following sentences:

    Saturday morning started with a hearty breakfast of scrambled eggs, bacon, sausage, and French toast.

    The school has a vegetable garden in which the children grow cabbages, onions, potatoes, and carrots.

    The final comma in these lists (before the word ‘and’) is known as the ‘serial comma’. Not all writers or publishers use it, but it is used by Oxford Dictionaries – some people refer to it as ‘the Oxford comma’. Using it can make your meaning clearer. Take a look at this sentence:

    My favourite sandwiches are chicken, bacon and ham and cheese.

    It isn’t entirely clear from this sentence whether the writer is listing three or four of their favourite sandwich fillings: is ‘ham’ one of their favourites and ‘cheese’ another, or is it ‘ham and cheese’ that they like? Adding an Oxford comma makes the meaning clear:

    My favourite sandwiches are chicken, bacon, and ham and cheese.

    Using commas in direct speech

    When a writer quotes a speaker’s words exactly as they were spoken, this is known as direct speech. If the piece of direct speech comes after the information about who is speaking, you need to use a comma to introduce the direct speech. The comma comes before the first quotation mark. Note that the final quotation mark follows the full stop at the end of the direct speech:

    Steve replied, ‘No problem.’

    You also need to use a comma at the end of a piece of direct speech, if the speech comes before the information about who is speaking. In this case, the comma goes inside the quotation mark:

    ‘I don’t agree,’ I replied.

    ‘Here we are,' they said.

    There are two exceptions to this rule. If a piece of direct speech takes the form of a question or an exclamation, you should end it with a question mark or an exclamation mark, rather than a comma:

    ‘Stop him!’ she shouted.

    ‘Did you see that?’ he asked.

    Direct speech is often broken up by the information about who is speaking. In these cases, you need a comma to end the first piece of speech (inside the quotation mark) and another comma before the second piece (before the quotation mark):

    ‘Yes,’ he said, ‘and I always keep my promises.’

    ‘Thinking back,’ she added, ‘I didn’t expect to win.’

    See more about Punctuation in direct speech.

    Using commas to separate clauses

    Commas are used to separate clauses in a complex sentence (i.e. a sentence which is made up of a main clause and one or more subordinate clauses).

    The following examples show the use of commas in two complex sentences:

    Having had lunch,

    we went back to work.

    [subordinate clause]

    [main clause]

    I first saw her in Paris,

    where I lived in the early nineties.

    [main clause]

    [subordinate clause]

    If the commas were removed, these sentences wouldn’t be as clear but the meaning would still be the same. There are different types of subordinate clause, though, and in some types the use of commas can be very important.

    A subordinate clause beginning with ‘who’, ‘which’, ‘that’, ‘whom’, or ‘where’ is known as a relative clause. Take a look at this example:


    who have young children

    may board the aircraft first.

    [relative clause]

    This sentence contains what’s known as a ‘restrictive relative clause’. Basically, a restrictive relative clause contains information that’s essential to the meaning of the sentence as a whole. If you left it out, the sentence wouldn’t make much sense. If we removed the relative clause from the example above, then the whole point of that sentence would be lost and we’d be left with the rather puzzling statement:

    Passengers may board the aircraft first.

    You should not put commas round a restrictive relative clause.

    The other type of subordinate clause beginning with ‘who’, ‘which’, ‘whom’, etc. is known as a ‘non-restrictive relative clause’. A non-restrictive relative clause contains information that is not essential to the overall meaning of a sentence. Take a look at the following example:


    who has two young children,

    has a part-time job in the library.

    [relative clause]

    If you remove this clause, the meaning of the sentence isn’t affected and it still makes perfect sense. All that’s happened is that we’ve lost a bit of extra information about Mary:

    Mary has a part-time job in the library.

    You need to put a comma both before and after a non-restrictive relative clause.

    Using commas to mark off parts of a sentence

    Commas are used to separate a part of a sentence that is an optional ‘aside’ and not part of the main statement.

    Gunpowder is not, of course, a chemical compound.

    His latest film, Calypso Dreams, opens next month.

    In these sentences, the role of the commas is similar to their function in non-restrictive relative clauses: they mark off information that isn’t essential to the overall meaning. Using commas in this way can really help to clarify the meaning of a sentence. Take a look at this example:

    Cynthia’s daughter, Sarah, is a midwife.

    The writer’s use of commas tells us that Cynthia has only one daughter. If you removed Sarah’s name from the sentence, there would still be no doubt as to who was the midwife:

    Cynthia’s daughter is a midwife.

    If you rewrite the original sentence without commas its meaning changes:

    Cynthia’s daughter Sarah is a midwife.

    The lack of commas tells us that the name ‘Sarah’ is crucial to the understanding of the sentence. It shows that Cynthia has more than one daughter, and so the name of the one who is a midwife needs to be specified for the meaning to be clear.

    If you aren’t sure whether you’ve used a pair of commas correctly, try replacing them with brackets or removing the information enclosed by the commas altogether, and then see if the sentence is still understandable, or if it still conveys the meaning you intended.

    Using a comma with 'however'

    You should use a comma after 'however' when however means 'by contrast' or 'on the other hand':

    However, a good deal of discretion is left in the hands of area managers.

    Don't use a comma after however when it means 'in whatever way':

    However you look at it, existing investors are likely to lose out.

    Back to punctuation.

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    Since Fiji and his boys seem to have gotten into the habbit of swapping guild every few weeks, i propose we no longer bother keeping track and just call them Fijiboys from now on.

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    but we have girls in guild too ;c
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    Quote Originally Posted by Taifun View Post
    but we have girls in guild too ;c
    Lies. This is the internet

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    Quote Originally Posted by Taifun View Post
    but we have girls in guild too ;c
    Chris has big boobs!
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    Jesus Christ this thread

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    Jesus Christ this thread

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