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The Classifieds: Seven hours of Gondria {WoW}

Nov 11th 2010 2:41PM is still kicking eh? Good ol' Stormrage.

PTR Client Patch 4.0.1 available for download {WoW}

Sep 11th 2010 10:24PM Just to confirm: if you're in the beta and have the latest patched version you can use the same client for the PTR.

PTR Client Patch 4.0.1 available for download {WoW}

Sep 11th 2010 10:14PM Wonder if the Beta and this use the same build.

Enter to win a Blazing Hippogryph and other loot {WoW}

Jul 27th 2010 10:48AM Always worth a shot.

Drama Mamas: My guildies are turning into alcoholics! {WoW}

Jun 12th 2010 7:19AM
Here's my take on it all.

Bri here seems to be a part of a circle of real life friends (perhaps she's someone's sister, someone's girlfriend, something along those lines) and isn't always inclusive on their activities in real life or doesn't get inside jokes due to work and so forth. But she knows them all through some point of contact and is part of the guild.

I think the real question for Bri is would she want to hang out with these people in real life? Sure, she might know them but if a group of people you know does things that annoy or bother you then you should probably just seek out other people to be around. I think this is rooted a bit deeper than just in game.

They apparently begin to drink before raiding. Or during raids. I think every guild I've ever been in has had a fair share of people who do that; some guilds do it more. If these people are all real life friends then they probably go out to bars together, party together and so forth... so they have that social aspect and it gets brought into the game. With the rude comments hinted at between guildmates it seems like they get heated and do some trash talking too and their skill level declines when they drink more. Regardless, this seems to be a social aspect of their circle of friends and that's something unlikely to change.

I'd say just distance yourself from them if you're unhappy. If you want to see raid content at a different rate of progression go somewhere else. If you're worried about their drinking habbits and feel comfortable enough with them and/or know them well enough, try talking to them about it. Either way, do what makes you happy and play with people you feel comfortable around.

Breakfast Topic: What PvE content will tide you over until Cataclysm? {WoW}

Feb 13th 2010 8:18AM
Since we've seen two new BGs in Wrath I doubt they'll do anything along those lines.

I don't see more dungeons either given that they've added four in this expansion.

However I see the clever use of any of the following:

- Azjol-Nerub (mop up the bad guys?)
- Gundrak's "citadel" (hisssssss said the tail)
- Green/Yellow/Blue/Red Dragon Sanctums

The Twelve Days of Winter Veil: Day five {WoW}

Dec 29th 2009 7:43AM /greed

Patch 3.2 changes the tiered Emblem system {WoW}

Jun 18th 2009 4:26PM If you don't like PVPing do you get PVP gear?

It's been a little over TWO MONTHS since Ulduar was released. Now we're going to hand out their badges in the next content patch because Ensidia killed Algalon?

People who do not raid DO NOT DESERVE RAID GEAR. It's as simple as that. Especially the 25 man version of raid gear!

They should just give a buff when you zone into a raid to increase your stats from now on instead of loot at this rate.