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I took it as "Looking for game", would both abbr.'s be acceptable? --Skuld 20:07, 28 Aug 2005 (EST)

Since one can often solo missions, or use henchmen, I don't think so. If someone is looking for a "game" they should realize they are already playing it.--Jackel 09:15, 29 Aug 2005 (EST)
Jackel, we are not trying to judge people who thought it meant "looking for game." I was one of those quite frankly and I know that there are tons every day who use it to mean "Game" not "Group." In any case, it is easy to see why people think the G is for game... The game calls a collection of players "Party" not "Group" whic is what "LFP" is. --Karlos 15:05, 29 Aug 2005 (EST)
The way I see it is that some people take "LFG" as "Looking for game", but the true definition (or most common at least) is Looking for group.. thus, if they come across this LFG article which would apply to either definition, they'll realize it's group and not game... --Midk 17:19, 31 Aug 2005 (EST)

Some people also use or see "LFP" as "Looking for people" rather than "Looking for party". I never heard of "Looking for game" though, sounds a bit odd? --Carth 18:53, 9 September 2006 (CDT)

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