Feb 17th 2011 1:05AM Adam, Come here, let's talk about this. You've played the game for a long time, and I know you've forged real ties with some of the other players you've met. Are you really telling me you just go ahead and kick a healer for having a piece or two of top end PvP gear? You remember that there is an actual person on the other end of that kick, right? You want to spend less time, not more time, waiting in queues for heroics, right? How do you think that person who wants to heal you and make you mighty in the face of pure evil will feel if you kick them. It's nice, in relative sense, that you ask them to leave before kicking them before you've seen what they are capable of doing, but it hardly seems enough. This kind of instant response seems all too much like during Wrath when all people looked at was gear score and nothing else. That's snobbish behavior, and you're better than that.
Nov 23rd 2010 11:34PM All I got was 'F*ck You.' Great, I guess the jokes on me. Some kinda new rick-rolled thing. Wasn't expecting it from WoW Insider. Thought you guys had more class.
Oct 18th 2010 11:50PM What I don't like about the patch is the way tanks can't keep up with the dps (and thus aggro) of the other classes. By the way, don't blame the healer for not being to keep the dps alive.
Nov 2nd 2009 5:34PM What's really ironic is that most of us, if not the entire player base, are playing heroes. We save our peoples from the Burning Legion and the Scourge. We help lost escort quest givers. And yet some players don't see a problem with stealing from their fellow players. To those that think it OK to do this kind of thing: It's your fellow players you should be most concerned with. I have an idea, read "A Christmas Carol," you might learn something.
Oct 29th 2009 11:49AM And those of us who can't play since merging with battle.net, what are we supposed to do? I've contacted Blizzard, they've blown me off, then asked for my feedback, which I gave them. This problem has existed for over seven months, yet they decided to go forward without resolving it. Some people's only recourse was to ask Blizzard to un-merge their account. That's no longer an option. Yes, I have an authenticator, yes, I've read the forums.
Oct 17th 2009 5:10PM The real question is, will I be able to login and get the pet, or do anything else, before the 30 days are up and it disapears?
I don't want a pet, I just want to get in. Sigh.
Apr 20th 2009 4:58PM We play a game where each of gets to be the hero saving the world from evil. Funny how some of us "good guys" don't see a problem with taking something that doesn't belong to them according to the loot rules everyone agreed to.
I want a quest to go after these loot ninjas. And don't trot out an excuse about how bribing a guild leader is less corrupt.
Mar 18th 2009 5:00PM That was a PuG from hell, but you still need to show responsibilty and do what you can to make things right to the person who won the roll. You need to do it not for the sake of the person was cheated as much for your sake. None of us are perfect, but we can fix that which we break, clean that which we sully. You deserve to be the person you aspire to be.
Feb 27th 2009 3:22PM I think one way hackers get people's passwords happens when a player logs into the forums from a public machine, such a school library computer or a friends machine. You can have all the security apps in the world on your gaming machine, but if you log into the forums on some other machine, you could be handing your info over.
Feb 18th 2009 6:32PM You don't have to be 77 to get explorer. As proof, my friend did it. http://www.wowarmory.com/character-sheet.xml?r=Steamwheedle+Cartel&n=Cavanach