Dec 22nd 2007 9:28AM yay santa!
Aug 28th 2007 7:31PM wow- that spellpower decrease is GREAT. I'm saving up for doing my ring now, and it's great to know that the mats I currently have that won;t even do one ring will now do BOTH!
Aug 21st 2007 12:50PM Again, passing an employee discount that it may or may not be publicly known about to a friend or family is NOT what's the issue here. This issue is the fact that public policy is being bent for a friend of an employee. THAT is the issue.
Want a more extreme example? It's illegal to shoot someone in the head, but there is a person who has shot someone in the head, and it's publicly known that this person has done it, but he's not arrested because he's friends with a police officer.
Does the public have a right to be upset?
Aug 21st 2007 12:26PM MK, clearly you fail at reading comprehension.
Let's see if this is more like it. If the telco you claim to work at publicly states "we do not discount our services", and then a few months later, we find out that your best friend IS getting a discount, don't you think some people have the right to get upset?
Not that I really care about PvP. I just find your statements to be completely off.
Aug 21st 2007 9:59AM Being a mage, it is frustrating to go on instance runs and see only non-cloth items and weapons I can't use. And even more frustrating to find that it's something nobody in the group can use, rolling for the shard and getting either awful rolls or beat by crazy rolls.
My rolling luck seems to be that I mostly roll sub-20s or, when I roll over 90, someone pops a 99 and I still lose. :-(
I'd say that in the last 10 instance runs I've done, I've gotten less than 3 items total, and I think 2 of those were in a BM run, because the drops were both cloth, and I was the only cloth wearer. Unfortunately, both were worse than what I currently wear.
Aug 8th 2007 1:13PM To be honest, multiboxing is one of those odd instances where it's someone flaunting a rule because it hasn't been EXPLICITLY stated that they can't.
It's like those cliché movies where the coach of a basketball team shows up with the rulebook and says "tell me where it says a polar bear *CAN'T* play on my team?!?" so they have to let him...
Yes, I guess you could say that he's in control of all the characters, but it's still through a mechanical process and automation. it's really close to botting, but since it fits most of the profile of botting but not all, unless the rules are rewritten, I guess there's nothing that they can do about it.