Jul 21st 2010 1:21PM Is there going to be true multi-core support showing up yet? I have a hankering for an upgrade but I'm not going to if I can max out my cpu.
Jul 15th 2010 8:43PM I, for one, am very excited for the changes to paladins. After being a dps since wow first came out, I finished leveling my pally recently and have been healing and enjoying it immensely. My favorite part is how it feels somewhat more active in regards to having to judge, etc. With the changes in Cata, it appears that it is only going to happen more-so. I am also looking forward to be able to have a real AOE heal so I am not shoehorned into being a tank healer in raids. This will be immensely useful with the advent of the 10man guild being a common base raid unit.
Jul 9th 2010 4:49PM Also it should be noted that I am doing something similar to this plan with my brother because he wants to get into wow. SO.....I guess it wouldn't be outside of the realm of possibility to do this for a girl if she wanted....let's be honest. I'm a guy, I'd probably even let her play on my desktop.
Jul 9th 2010 4:46PM I am single, because I am worried about my career. I consider owning a house, paying off student debt, and getting through the most rough years (I am in a career with an 80% divorce rate) of my career paramount to being in a relationship. This was a conscious decision that I made because I feel that it will allow for the best life for me and a spouse when the time comes.
But I digress. Let me restate what I said, because it was a bit harsh. If the person I am in a relationship with plays wow and finds her way into the same guild as me because she has earned it, then power to her. If she can pvp well enough to help me achieve my arena goals, then let her come play. I, as well as the rest of the WOW population, have had to deal with the 'bad' spouse that is in a raid because of the other partner who rocks. I refuse to hold my raid group/arena teams back because someone's playing that is subpar. I consider wow a hobby like several RL activities I have, and just as in those I won't bring along someone to participate in a competitive activity where it will hold back the rest of the group.
HOWEVER, if I was dating someone and they wanted to just play to play and wander around Azeroth, then power to them. I'd help them where I could but they would have to know and appreciate what I'm doing on my time in wow. If they wanted to play in the manner that I did and could, then power to them. My inner nerd would jump for joy, outer nerd probably would as well.
Also to those that do have a wonderful relationship with a beautiful, charming person who happens to be a nerd, I'm jealous of you. I have yet to meet a person like that so you all have hit the jackpot.
Jul 9th 2010 2:11PM I play WoW to relax and achieve goals that I have within the game. Why in the world would I want a hanger-on keyboard turner of a girlfriend/wife to play with me? She can play, but she has to realize that my playtime is built around raiding and arenas. If I wanted to go wander around I'd do it outside IRL, so I could at least get some sun and seem less of a social pariah to friends and family.
Dec 9th 2009 1:11AM His myspace picture is that character, so I added it up, and am guessing that's him (also talked about raiding with a mage during vanilla).
*Disclaimer* I could be wrong however, you never know. I'm allowed to be wrong once a year, and it hasn't happened yet, and we're drawing and end to this year....so I'm going out on a limb.
Dec 9th 2009 1:00AM http://www.wowarmory.com/character-sheet.xml?r=Alexstrasza&n=Kronoso
Nice blues brah, really love em. Frostsavage is the new T10. And yes I'm one of those elitist a-holes who think blizz is making the game too easy. Since the T9 HM content could be cleared rather easily by a dedicated 3-Night/Wk guild.
Also, found that info about your toon out using google
^In B4 'U H4x3D Mah Browzar' (In trashy uneducated Texan slang)
Oct 7th 2009 1:31PM Shift-clicking for them seems to help. Still have to downgrade to each badge-type you want, but not as bad as clicking them one at a time.
Oct 7th 2009 12:45PM The 'high-school' raiding guilds generally fail. All current content can be completed by guilds who raid 4hrsx3days a week. I have been an evening/night raider for the past four years now and the caliber of players in such guilds seem to be higher, although I tend to be the youngest person in the guild (I'm in my early 20s). Your safest bet is to check sites like wowmatcher.com or if you feel like picking a needle out of a haystack, check the wow recruitment forums. I assume if you're unguilded you probably don't have a terrible attachment to your current server.