Jan 26th 2009 3:14AM Jogon, my rogue, is easily summed up as a "fellow who knows how to get results". It's best not to ask how things get done, and it's also best never to hold out on payment for those services.
Jogon never threatens, never raises his voice, and never chimes in with any sort of bravado. "Low Key" is a lifestyle for him.
In my opinion, the loud, brash, and overreaching rogues ("... his eyes glint like steel as he twists his blades in the air, the same blades he used to kill Saurfang's grandma. You smell your death on his soulless... blah blah, Mary-Sue-Munchkin-crap") are pinning a sign on themselves saying (in character) "I'm a young and stupid hothead who's never been in the Sh" ... err... poop. Out of character it's saying "this rogue is played by someone with severe emotional problems."
Jan 24th 2009 4:08PM My mages have a macro:
/cast Ice Lance
I love all the critters I kill, and I kill all the critters I love.
Jan 16th 2009 1:59PM Hardly a ponzi, it's really an insurance model.
Imagine this, 100 people are clients paying an average of 10 dollars a month. Gross income: $1000.00
Assuming that 30 clients are down enough to pay nothing(100% compensation), and 20 receive an average of 150% compensation, leaving 50 paying full price, we have...
30 x 0.00 = 0.00
50 x 10.00 = 500.00
20 x -5.00 = -100 .00
Remember, most of the time most of the realms are up, even if your realm sucks.
Dec 22nd 2008 2:44AM Glorpnar was a Orc warrior who dreamed of power but never attained it in life.. His death was the direct result of biting off more than he was ready to chew. When he was returned to life as a death knight he finally had the power he dreamed of, and he reveled in the carnage, lusted for blood, and generally let his inner psycho out.
He killed peasants and women and children not because he was told to, but because they didn't fight back, and it's faster killing if they don't struggle.
When Arthas betrayed the death knights and ebon hold broke free Glorpnar came with them, he relished the return of his free will, but for him it only meant he could choose who to kill and when.
He has no remorse for the innocents he slaughtered, and he has no illusions of becoming a hero. He sides with the Horde because Arthas betrayed him, and the Horde will accept him.
Just because you're a PC doesn't mean you have to be nice, or good, or heroic. You can be a living nightmare, but if you're killing the right people, and control your slaughter of your allies (and their tasty, tasty babies), your superiors tend to overlook your darker side.
Nov 14th 2008 3:30AM TSAOP | POAST
Nov 13th 2008 4:03PM I never win, but...
Nov 11th 2008 10:36PM I don't need it, but I want it.
I want it in the worst way.
Nov 9th 2008 5:55PM Loot Poast!
Nov 8th 2008 3:51PM Gotta POAST here... It's what I do...
Nov 8th 2008 3:48PM Wow, POAST!
Also, hi all!