Mar 26th 2009 3:50PM Why not Quebec? Seems kind of odd that the rest of Canada is fine except for Qc.
Mar 20th 2009 9:24AM Last night we cleared the four wings of naxx. On every boss that could we got pally healing gear. We had a ret pally in our run but I bet his healing gear is now better than his ret gear :)
Dec 17th 2007 12:25PM I think something really really important to note here is communication. Any decision made while the other isn't there should be posted in the forums, this is to prevent decisions to be made that go against each other, and also helps the other GL know what is going on.
Oct 9th 2007 2:27PM Well here's a simple solution to dungeoning, all blizzard has to do is that the trash mobs actually give a nice amount of xp (as seen in outlands). In other words if you can get a lot of xp from those lower level dungeons, more people will want to do them while leveling.
Sep 24th 2007 9:35AM Well if I look at how annoying my current hair style is on my toon, not to mention how many times I'd like to change his face, I'm fairly certain I would get annoyed with how my runeblade looked after awhile.
So I'm going for no on keeping the same runeblade throughout my future death knight's life. I mean honestly who wants to keep the same graphic on something forever? Because honestly that is what is being suggested here.
Sep 10th 2007 10:46AM I was in a guild where there was an officer who figured he should take over. It got messy and basically destroyed the guild. Therefore use that solution only if no other options are open to you.
Using a council is a good way to go, but if your GL isn't up to the challenge try to speak with her on a way to better help the guild, because in the long run having a GL who isn't dedicated (and happy about it) will eventually destroy a guild.
And at the very worst (or maybe best) you could always find another guild who could best use your dedication and hard work ethic. I know it sucks to give up on all the hard work you've obviously put in it, but trust me on this (from experience) sometimes it is the best and most rewarding move.
Aug 15th 2007 9:51AM @12
Just for the record, there is an important reason to keep track of huge crits/dmg in a raid, and that is to better yourself.
When in my current guild I finally got a dmg meter I noticed how far behind I was from other mages. I asked around, figured out what I was doing wrong and picked up the pace. Result: bosses that we were narrowly taking down, suddenly became easier. I might have increased raid (25) damage by 1 or 2% by playing my class properly. So as you can guess taking down a boss more easily means we have more time for a new boss.
So sometimes just taking down the bosses isn't enough, at least not if you want to progress.
Jul 26th 2007 7:40AM /cross fingers