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6-13-2010 @ 8:18AM
Whenever I do the jousting dailies, I only ever fight the Blood Elf valiants.
6-13-2010 @ 10:37AM
lol as a bloodelf i always make sure that the last fight for me is the nightelf. i dont rp, but i feel like its payback for all the crap tha happened in the past :D
6-13-2010 @ 11:06AM
I always joust the Dwarves last as they used to give me the most trouble. I know that's not possible but still.Also, before every raid on my warlock I like to take her to Dalaran and sit in the washtub with the elemental inside on the balcony of the clothes store. Never worked out why.
6-13-2010 @ 11:59AM
I do this for humans/gnomes. I would do it to nelf males but there is.. none!?Also my favorite thing is after each CoT run I jump on top of the chest and start to dance.On every single toon. Everytime.
6-13-2010 @ 10:48PM
@ValtYes! YES!!!!! When the Black Knight swoops down and does his speech about being "bested on the field of your pathetic little tournament" I always /nod because half the time the voice for that emote is "Uh huh" or "Sounds fine."In CoT I always dance on the tables of the town hall before each wave, /yell "Oh snap!" as Jaina walks away from Arthas at the beginning, and /pat him (mockingly) when he gets all "To the ends of the earth!!!" emo when Mal'Ganis leaves at the end.Of course there's the obligatory /taunt to all bosses in all instances and raids. :)
6-14-2010 @ 12:21AM
When I was still doing the jousting dailies, I would never joust the Taurens. I just like 'em too much. As a nelf druid, I also make a point of saluting or bowing to tauren druids. Since we're gonna have company on both sides in the future, figure I may as well try to keep the friendliness intact as long as possible.
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