Nov 12th 2008 9:30AM Please enter me for mount giveaway!
Jan 28th 2008 10:11AM I have a lvl 70 Horde Hunter on a PvP server, and it was a long, tough road to travel getting there. All in all, I would say that I would miss the PvP action if I rolled on a PvE server now. You just have to be patient and take things in stride. Like one person said above, a simple wave or friendly emote goes a looong way. I have stopped to help out the opposition on different occasions. One of my guild mates did the same to a priest and they mind controlled him, then buffed him and turned him loose, bowed and waved good-bye. Sure there are jerks that will "gank" or even "gank/camp" you, but it is very easy to outwit those people or wait them out (like getting coffee). They usually have zero patience so they are off to their next prey in a few if you wait to rez. The nice thing now is payback. When I play an Alt on my server I bring my 70 to the area I'm questing in in case I need to teach someone some manners ;-) this usually works VERY VERY well. I guess you just need to be thick skinned to play on a PvP server.
Jan 23rd 2008 10:54AM My mail from AH was blank too, but it cleared up after a while. Just a bunch of blank messages from AH. ?????
Dec 18th 2007 10:27AM I would like to have a Horde laptop.
Sep 7th 2007 9:50AM As far as professions go… woodworking sounds cool and seem s to fit in with the old RTS War Craft games. But what would they make? If you build on what Aurendar said about making bows and axes… why not dovetail woodworking with engineering and blacksmithing. I have a 300+ engineer and as neat as the items I can make are, they are 90% useless to other players and therefore can only be used by engineers so they generate minimal $ in the AH. One of the few $ making items I can make is a recipe for Goblin Rocket Fuel. The mats are cheap for me and it sells for a pretty good profit to Alchemists. Add more recipes that engineers can make and sell for $$$ to Blacksmiths, Alchemists, other Engineers, etc… but have some of the regents be made by woodworkers. Better weapon handles, guns, bows, wooden gears, projectiles, whatever… This helps everyone. It creates a need for a new farming skill (wood gathering), need for mats (wood parts), engineers get to create and sell recipes for $$$. Blacksmiths also could create special blades and gun parts, etc… needed for the new recipes. Just my 2cents….