Nov 10th 2008 4:26PM Oh Hell Yes
It will be fun trying to collect it in Booty Bay. Stupid BSB rep :P
Aug 28th 2008 10:21PM Hrm, Candy-apple-thats-been-left-in-the-sun-too-long red comes to mind ...
Feb 15th 2008 5:52PM Instead of attempting to copy/paste your password (which any keylogger worth it's salt will record, anyway), you could try this:
EG Your password is "secret"
highlight the asrf, then type: e
do the same for the rest of the password.
keyloggers cant tell (unless they take screenshots periodically, and then it would be more noticable when they attempt to transmit the data) that you are deleting the random characters, since you aren't using the delete key.
Feb 15th 2008 5:40PM @ Mats
All it would take it an extra 3-7 lines added into the program. It owuldn't make the program "more complex" at all, it's quite easy to do, in fact.
What about a quick thing like:
dir "%PROGRAM_FILES%\World of Warcraft\WTF\Accounts" /ad
That would do a quick list of all the account names, and that was one DOS command.
Jan 24th 2008 4:06PM You can do this same faction too: go to a lowbie area, and cast your max rank Curse of Recklessness on a melee mob that a lowbie is fighting. More often than not, the AP increase means that the mob will one-shot the lowbie.
Dec 6th 2007 4:53PM You seemed to have made the same mistake that alot of people do. When you kill a warlock, his pet disappears. The voidwalker does bugger all damage, so theres really no need for you to be trying to kill it before the lock.
Some of the other pets that we have yes, may merit a nuke or two, but really, go for the warlocks (unless you see me in the arenas, then by all means, try to take out my pet :D )
Oct 17th 2007 6:09PM I discovered the town of Tureen in Nangrand yesterday, and saw a warden there by the name of 'lolol'. Had to direct someone there via general chat, and they thought I was making fun of them :S
Sep 27th 2007 1:55AM From the early days of my rogue (I think I had just gained the stealth ability) I always planned on going to Orgrimar, wait outside the BG building, and sap flagged players as they made their way out. I havent yet been able to do this, however, but it never occured to me that I would remain un-flagged. Sure, sapping doesn't put you into combat with mobs, but it makes sense that if you sap a player, you're being actively hostile towards them, and so get flagged.
Sep 25th 2007 8:11PM I don't know, I quite liked the change that pets won't keep following and attacking a rogue who Vanishes, or that earthbind totems don't dispell Stealth anymore.