Nov 6th 2008 11:53AM I do titles that fit my character, too. Getting Argent Champion for my Paladin, Elder for my Mage, and Brewmaster for my Dwarf Warrior. Would like Hallowed for my Priest, but I wouldn't be surprised if he just sits at 60 for the rest of my WoW career.
Nov 6th 2008 12:17AM Have had mine reserved for a while. Can't wait 'til Satriani transforms from a lowly level 1 Warrior to a level 55 Death Knight! Hehehe.
Nov 4th 2008 1:01PM Howling Fjord. I want the Argent Champion title, and as far as I know, there're a decent amount of Argent Crusade quests in HF.
Nov 4th 2008 12:57PM I don't think it's really a problem. Being a Republican, I can't say most of the political things said in trade don't bother me, but I wouldn't have any problem if the majority of people talking about politics in trade believed in the same things I do. Gotta think about things from both sides, y'know?
Nov 2nd 2008 12:07AM @ Xerous: I have credit for Binary Brew on two characters =P Bought some on the the last day of September and it had about 7 hours duration left when I drank it.
Nov 1st 2008 9:53AM Only goal for me is to get my level 41 Mage to 46.99 so I can RAF him up to 60. Just finished getting my Warrior to 45.99 and my RAF pair to 60, so all I need is that Mage to have four new 60s.
I wanna do it before Wrath because my RAF linkage stops shortly after the release and I definitely will NOT be leveling a baby Mage in Azeroth when I could be in NR on my Paladin =P
Oct 22nd 2008 5:08PM Brewfest. No matter how ridiculously frustrating it was trying -- and failing -- to get that kodo, it's still my favorite for everything else. The barking, the ram racing, the fun little rewards, and just the general idea of it are all great. If they would just put the mounts on a token system, it would be perfect.
I'll bet Midsummer Fire Festival would be my second favorite, but I took a month off from WoW when it was running, so I didn't really get to experience. Reading about it makes it sound like a blast, though.
Hallow's End is fun as far as gameplay and gimmicks go, but I get bored to death with the theme. Halloween's just been another day since I quit trick-or-treating in 5th grade, and plastic zombies, witches, and skeletons aren't very interesting to me. To better explain my apathy toward it all, I didn't really mind passing on the Sinister Squashling for a guildie. The whole holiday just isn't a big deal for me.
Oct 20th 2008 10:58PM Agreed. Everyone in my guild likes the pass-then-roll method, and I just see absolutely no reason for it. It makes more confusion, ninjas, and misunderstanding possible.