Mar 25th 2008 7:12PM My sense of honour varies depending on the toon I'm playing, as they kind of represent my mood at the time. Tonkah the warrior is the honourable one, but if I'm logged into my DoT 'lock, then "this doll's set to evil". All are on the Stormscale PvP realm.
One time recently, Tonkah was questing WPL, trying to complete a stage of the Unfinished Business line. I'd teamed with another Hordie on the same stage, when a lower level Alliance mage ran in about to try it too. The 3 of us actually fought side by side up a tower to complete the quest, I gave the Alliance a /salute, and we went our separate ways. That's my idea of honourable.
Mar 20th 2008 9:05AM Wow, they have World of Warcraft back there in 1950?
Mar 18th 2008 4:17PM Add Stormscale to that list.
My backgound downloader says it is downloading "WoW-184.108.40.20699-to-2.4.0.enUS-patch"
Timed well, since I'm having to reinstall the game anyway.
Mar 15th 2008 12:45AM Matthew, beautifully written. You've summed up what is so fun about warriors. I occasionally play my 'lock or rogue alts for a week or 2 just to freshen things up, and when I log back into Tonkah I remember why a warrior will also alway be my main. I'm by no means the greatest warrior out there - I think the sole purpose of me PvPing is to make the other player feel good about themselves - but when a level 70 guildmate sent me a pst after helping a few of us through Zul'Farrak saying "WTB your warr!" I knew a warrior was always going to be my main.
Nov 13th 2007 10:45PM Try to find a way to get my USB headset to work with the in game voicechat when running the game in WINE...
Nov 4th 2007 9:01PM I have to admit that I've neglected my Lv 12 'lock since I read about the XP changes - despite the enjoyment I get from playing him.
It's been business as usual for my main, though.
Oct 30th 2007 11:21PM I quite enjoy PuGs, because as a relative noob it gives me the chance to practise my tanking. Fortunately I play with some RL friends, so I don't have to group with randoms that often.
That said, I love playing with good randoms for the extra you can learn from them - especially the player whose main was a lv 70 war, he was full of good pointers during my first instance run (SFK).
I haven't dealt with any REALLY bad randoms yet, so this view may change...