Jul 11th 2008 8:34AM I am a guild leader and I user O----Paxt for all my characters do guildies can find me if needed, So I have OrionPaxt, Orinpaxt, Osvenpaxt, OrikPaxt, ect
Jul 8th 2008 8:18AM how about the LOOONG rep grind for the frost saber in winter springs. That in itself is evil
Feb 6th 2008 7:07AM I have a 70 retro pally I keep at Shat's portals for rapid deployment. If I hear an extended attack is underway (thru local defense or guild chat) and can break away (non-partied) I will send him him. He is retro - it is what he does
Jan 16th 2008 12:36PM I agree it would be nice to have something to remember a fallen comrade. My best friend of 36 years died at the age of 41. I got him hooked on WOW and we quested often. I have listed his character in the guild roster as "Fallen" His password was lost or I would have taken him to the dwarven starting area for final log out.
Dec 17th 2007 6:20AM Ladies and Gentlemen
In Azeroth the Winter Festival is the time of giving and being thankful for what you have. There are a lot of truly unfortunate NPCs out their that will never get anything for the holiday. So if you don’t get your virtual recipe this year take heart and know that at least you were able to play a game in which you could have received one.
Dec 14th 2007 6:47AM Ok I would like to throw in on this one and bring in a thought
1. Skinning Tauren – Yes I think it would be a good thing for current player balance BUT all player characters are sentient races (intelligent, self-aware, etc.) and therefore should not be permitted to be skinned (or cooked) . That being said, the undead should NOT be permitted to eat fallen sentient characters. Raw animals are fine, but to keep balance in the game they should not eat anything that is self aware. You could justify it by saying that the spiritual transformation at death taints the corpse.
2. Undead can not be feared – Yes, and let me say I play an alliance paladin and priest. All classes have their specific abilities and the undead are to be feared for their resistances and abilities. The paladins and priests should be able to combat that fear by using their class skills against undead. If it becomes an issue of unbalanced characters let me point out that if you make all the characters somewhat generic you are taking away some of the special natures of the classes.
3. Tauren should be able to stomp gnomes, and this is from someone that plays gnomes. I am not saying lift the hoof and tap dance on a gnome’s forehead, but this is the classic example of a volts wagon and a Mac truck. The truck is going to crush the wagon. That being said the wagon has a better dodge rating against something that big coming at it
Oct 11th 2007 6:28AM My Dwarf likes his brewed tea, he is still trying to figure out how brew it with goblin rocket fuel to give a flying mount a little afterburner effect in arial combat
Oct 9th 2007 6:28AM I agree with the previous posts. My high level characters have gone back and done low level quests for rep. Also it would be a great way to do content you have missed, thus expanding game play.