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12-17-2011 @ 4:37AM
I'm done with time travel for a good while now, after all that crap I went through yesterday. Oh, wait! All that stuff I did yesterday is for tomorrow, which means tomorrow I have to do it AGAIN! Man, I hope I help me again, and do that total screw up that had us cleaning the kitchen for an hour...Also, PLEASE can someone tell me what "OOM" stands for? I've seen it way too much these last two (three?) days, and my lack of abbreviation knowledge has come back (forward?) to grief me (again?).
12-17-2011 @ 5:59AM
It means out of mana
12-17-2011 @ 6:31AM
You don't know what OOM means? I assume you are a tank then......?
12-17-2011 @ 9:51AM
Pally uses mana...but they've probably forgot about it since Cata...I fondly remember the days where I need to get hit and then healed to gain my mana back...masochist holy protector FTW!
12-17-2011 @ 1:36PM
OOM is the mantra chanted by holy priests and resto druids/shamans. They all sit together in the lotus position around a lightwell and drone, "Oooooommmmmmm" to help raise their spirits and the awareness of those around them otherwise engaged in combat that all is not lost...if you just wait a few moments to ponder WHY you are seeking to extinguish another life force, and whether doing so will make you a better person within the universe.Failure to give the priest/druid/shaman ample time to engage in such meditative practices will often result in your having to wait patiently for the combat to finish, and then (and only then) have your soul reunited with your war-torn body so you may once again charge, heedless and single-minded, into yet another contest.It's all very spiritual.
12-17-2011 @ 5:12PM
@AgonyWhat is this "oom" you speak of? As a resto shaman I hardly ever go oom.
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