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July 3rd, 2007, 12:49
It's the trickery of words…

The owner is the most "qualified" in what descriptions are given but they must not exaggerate the truth or deceive the public.
For example… when a well known lager/beer company stated in an original promotion advertisement "the best lager in the world" it was contended and had to be removed and altered, they came up with "probably the best lager in the world" which in my opinion sounded even better and carried more 'clout'

So by saying "the most epic rpg of all time" to me is a failing of the promotion making me think along the lines that dargan mentions….. a popcorn rpg.

"Potentially the most epic rpg of all time that apparently doesn't quite make it" sounds a more realistic and acceptable description to date.
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