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1-06-2008 @ 9:15PM
The gnome mage story reminded me of something stupid I did awhile back.When my friend and I decided we wanted to make twink characters for our PvP server, I for whatever reason decided to make a shaman. Now - at 2:00am, all kinds of delirious thoughts start to sound like genuinely good ideas. As soon as my shaman started the "Call to Fire" quest line (to obtain the fire totem) I decided that I obviously was on an epic adventure in which I "gotta catch 'em all" (Yes, this is a reference to Pokemon). I then created macros for my totems with silly phrases such as "I choose you! Searing totem!!" just add to the fun. Yeah the Pokemon thing has probably been done before (most likely by a hunter), but as I previously stated, at the time it sounded amazing.Let me remind you, this was a PvP server. I have never played on any sort of RP server ever, and over time I stopped the act and removed my macros (except for the Searing Totem one, just for memories). Mainly just because that sort of behavior is horribly frowned upon for PvP servers (and considered noobish, and the higher level you become the less "noobish" behavior is tolerated)I still blame the barrens chat for this influence.
1-06-2008 @ 9:40PM
Did you know that in Dustwallow Marsh, the dinos emote that they are "weak enough to catch" when you get them to low health?
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