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I represent a discord gaming community full of active blizzard forumers as well as Blizzard game enthusiasts. We have members from all across the globe so no matter the time of day/night chances are there are people on and playing. Very active, helpful, positive, and encouraging community that is great for all players regardless of your skill level, or amount of time gaming. If you would like to join feel free to follow the link to our discord i will append below and come join the fun! If you have any questions feel free to message me here or in the discord (my name is the same there).

 

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