Jun 28th 2010 12:48PM Azshara, because it's extremely painful to navigate.
"O HAY YOU MADE IT TO THE SHORELINE! NOW TRY TO GET BACK UP!"
Queue hours traversing the coastline in search of a way back up. Ugh.
I can't wait till the goblins blow it all up >_>
Jun 26th 2010 6:03PM My guild's 25 mans are run by two raid leaders.
One of them is a very nice, mellow guy. He always has a positive attitude and takes things easy. The other is an in-your-face girl. She's nice, don't get me wrong, but she's not afraid to call people out. She speaks her mind and is incredibly blunt.
I think these two on their own would be a bit too extreme, but because they co-lead, they balance each other out.
As for my own raid leading experiences, I find it far too stressful. Keeping everyone happy and focused for hours at a time is just painful.
Apr 6th 2009 10:40AM I started leveling my professions after I hit 80 and choose JC and Blacksmithing. Even though both are money sinks, the extra sockets and 27+ str gems are invaluable. I recommend you take a gathering profession and stock up on gold before leveling one of them.
Jan 8th 2008 9:33PM I was just wondering when this topic was going to come up.
I have one, and only one toon. I've attempted to start many alts, but I end up deleting them and going back to my 70 druid. I always get bored of doing quests and have only gotten an alts up to 30. I guess I'll always just be one of Those people. :)
Dec 25th 2007 1:39PM this ,uh, article is helpful but like a dude below me the first levels of the druid suck. You feel weak and don't get to shapeshift.