Apr 21st 2008 7:06AM For all your shadowpriest needs: http://shadowpriest.com.
Read the stickies; that should get you about 99% of the way.
Jul 23rd 2007 12:56PM ag_unitframes also gives you a 3d portrait; I think Pitbull does as well.
Jul 20th 2007 1:14PM I'll duel guildies or friends; Randomgnome can suck it.
On the other hand, every so often it is fun getting out a lowbie and tearing through the idiots in Goldshire or Xroads.
Jul 15th 2007 10:42AM "Engineering is widely considered to be one of the games' least-loved professions...."
Maybe. Certainly it's less uber than some of the other crafting professions at endgame. And it's expensive as all hell to level up.
But come on, exploding sheep? Mind control caps? Freaking rocket boots?
The ability to assume Wile E. Coyote form is pretty goddamn awesome.
Jul 13th 2007 12:19PM @5 "@1&2
Oftentimes the effort counts more than the results."
I'd agree if, as some of the other posters have written, he was doing it for the sake of being able to say "hey y'all, check this out." I'm all for people doing goofy shit in-game just to see if they can. Speed runners, melee hunters, the guy leveling 1-70 naked, the guy who got to exalted with every non-mutually exclusive faction in the game - all those guys are cool in my book. So someone wanting to try leveling to 70 without setting foot into the Outlands - that's great.
But if, as the article seems to state, his sole purpose in doing this was to help his sister get her mount, it would've been much faster and easier for him to just go the traditional route to 70.
Wanting to make money to help your sister out - that's a sweet thing to do. The article speaks, I think, to a basic good nature. But I don't think that the method in which he did level adds any value to the end result.