Nov 18th 2008 6:34AM I've had about three days or so of 15 hour sessions with a friend racing to 80... And I'm fine. Lesson is: eat and drink?
Aug 20th 2008 2:59AM As a resto druid with a ToL build, downranking isn't really needed. LB has one rank too. I think paladin healers will be more worried.
Aug 12th 2008 5:16AM OH NOES WORLDS OF TEH WARCRAFTS ADDICTED PEOPLE ;__;
It's not as bad as other things different channels have done. By the way, has FOX said anything about World of Warcraft?
Jul 23rd 2008 3:50AM I have a question about Dire Maul. Dire Maul was some sort of ancient city it appears, now abandoned. However, how did the Ogres (which I believe originate in Outland) actually got to Kalimdor in the first place? Did they come with Thrall for some odd reason? How do you fit them on a ship anyway?
Jun 30th 2008 3:07AM Well, don't. I mean, look: they're absolutely sure that something you dance around that sets you on fire is good for RP though the only place I've seen it used was in Tempest Keep I think in a raid consisting of mostly (unfortunately) people who don't roleplay.
"RP items" will be things like vanity gear with no stats. The ability to wear gear that you have but do not pass the requirements for but without stats, (i.e. mages will be able to wear plate but will not receive any benefits other than it looking cool). Stricter policing won't be a bad start either, I've seen people give up on RP just because nobody else around was doing it, and when they were, there was always somebody ruining it, not always on purpose.
What about that "report OOC button" I've been hearing about? What about a warning like "this is an RP realm" when you try to roll on one? Really simple things that could be easily implemented, have been on the suggestions forum countless times, but were not implemented, did not receive blue posts or any of that.
The question asked on the WWI was pretty stupid. "Special areas for roleplayers?" What? The whole point is that you can RP anywhere depending on your character and the storyline you're developing for it and those who you come across. Kind of like that time on the Blizzcast that they had a question about RP and it was about ... silly items?
Roleplayers look really trollable, while in practice they're kinda not. Then again, jerks like Athene don't help, I've seen quite a few Athene-like trolls in my RP life.
Jun 25th 2008 4:35AM I think there's going to be one artist on the Blizzard team who's looking at this post laughing madly. Come on, it's just a "cool splash" with some ice.
Jun 22nd 2008 5:19AM I'm really wondering why this reply has been voted down, though I can't say I've seen /ding being abused too much.
Jun 22nd 2008 5:09AM I'm actually very happy that /facepalm is phrased right and not "/me facepalms" as I see a lot of people do. It's fine, sure, but if you're trying to RP, it definitely breaks your immersion (which to some people is a very important thing!).
Well, maybe they understand roleplayers after all!
Jun 3rd 2008 3:06AM ;_; Hello Kitty is awesome though. I'm so getting the toaster. I wonder what the RP is like over there.
Apr 22nd 2008 1:32AM You know what made me feel like a jerk? People at Nagrand whispering to me "some of us are trying to quest here!" when I was grinding Kurenai rep.
For a while, I felt like a jerk. Then I just felt like killing them.