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2-02-2009 @ 9:17AM
When I'm in a raid, wether entering Wintergrasp or before engaging a boss, I love to use my Toy Train Set (http://www.wowhead.com/?item=44606) of my Piccolo of the Flaming Fire. Eventhough I prefer hearing 25 man go choo-cho, I also like to see them dance :P It actually got me kicked out a raid a few times :P
2-02-2009 @ 9:26AM
I'm also guilty of this. When doing a PuG raid, it works like a barometer of the mood and attitude of the leaders.
2-02-2009 @ 9:31AM
HOLY CRAP! I'd kick you out of raid for that. That ... stuff... is SO ANNOYING.Seriously, cut that crap out.
2-02-2009 @ 9:55AM
haha! Sorry for annoying you then :) But it usually gets some people smiling and adds some humour to the raid :P people often start dancing, jumping, /cry-ing /flirt-ing or /silly-ing... or indeed.... they kick me ^^
2-02-2009 @ 12:24PM
The first time someone dropped a train set as everyone was furiously defending the Orb in Wintergrasp, I cracked up.
2-02-2009 @ 12:51PM
I probably would have booted you from the raid too... at least before I got my mod that removes train noises from the game.If it was a piccolo though, and you used it more than once, I have no patience for that. I don't get why people insist on spamming it over and over again. The only way that ISN'T annoying is if you play with the sound off.
2-02-2009 @ 4:39PM
The person probably wasn't using the item multiple times. Using the Piccolo puts a buff on the player that causes it to continuously cast so long as the person does not move or perform most actions.
2-03-2009 @ 5:49AM
@ keithrightfully so :) but I do feel the necessity to state that I just do this whenever the time feels right. If you're in a raid that's well organized and can handle a little fun, it really doesn't hurt the raid. It just adds a little hilarity to it :P well that's my 50 cents :D
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