Apr 4th 2009 1:37AM You're all lucky...I'm STILL at work. And will be on Saturday! And part of Sunday! And I was hoping to hit 64 on my warlock. It's pretty effing hard to keep up a girl gamer blog when you can't even fucking play -.-;
Mar 17th 2009 7:26PM believe me--you won't be treated like frat "brahs' when you mention you play WoW in a group of them. You'll be treated the exact same as always--like crap.
Mar 17th 2009 12:19PM I'll throw my 2 cents in--
If I don't need it, I pass on it and give it to someone else who does need it.
Why don't people get that concept?
Mar 17th 2009 11:51AM ugh, gnomes. no offense, but they're so weird looking.
ANYWAY, back to the point, as someone with a warlock as their main, I find this to be completely awesome.
that is all I wanted to add.
Mar 16th 2009 1:38PM While I suppose the OP did not articulate himself as well as he could have, I do agree with what he's saying.
There are good guilds, with good members and good officers.
There are bad guilds with bad members and bad officers.
There are okay guilds with both a combination of: good members and bad officers/bad members but good officers.
Out of the four, which one do you suppose will be the only one that works?
It takes both a member and an officer to work together. Voice your opinion but if the officer takes it into consideration and decides against it, at least you know he took it into consideration. It's a lot harder running something than most people think--and this is coming from someone with a military background. I've been on both ends of the spectrum and while I bitched and complained as enlisted, when I finally made it up to officer I would think, "Why can't they just understand why I have to do this!?" You can't please everyone.
All in all, I think everyone agrees that no one should be a whiney little bitch; member or officer.
And this is why my guild is made up of people who just don't give a flying monkey's butt if anyone PvP's, raids, or otherwise. /shrug My GM is my roommate and he's already done the drama, and I've been involved in enough IRL that I don't need to take it over to WoW.
Mar 6th 2009 10:26PM I'm sort of at an impasse with whether or not I agree with it costing 1000g for dual spec...on one hand, when I was unemployed I would be playing 14/15/16hrs a day, and I would have gladly dropped the 1k once I brought my main up to 80.
Now that I have a job, though, it's been increasingly difficult to get even game time during the week. All that has to be reserved for either late night play (I work late nights) or just the weekend.
Some people don't have the luxury of staying home all the time to farm enough gold to get the maximum amount of enjoyment from their main -- be it an epic mount, dual spec, etc.
At the same time I think..."well, if you aren't playing hardcore then why even care?"
Like I said...impasse. It's been a long week. -_-;;
Mar 5th 2009 4:09PM I'd like to ask about what he thinks of resto shamans in PvP...but that's just coming from a n00b. :\
Mar 4th 2009 11:20PM I'll admit that with my ex (who got me started playing), I used to scream at him asking how to do stuff and for help. Of course, we were sitting right next to each other and I'm SURE there was some sort of hidden angst in there but to be fair, he just ran me through quests without explaining them and just expected me to heal until level 80. then the moment i'd ask a question he'd tell me to figure it out myself. ?!?!
Then when we broke up, I started soloing. I'd occasionally yell to my roommate in the other room asking for help, and he'd say "figure it out. for. yourself." After a while I went onto thottbot and since then stopped asking for it. when someone asks ME for help though, i try to help them out as much as i can but some of them can just be complete assholes. Seriously, just because you are 13 does not mean i'm not going to call you a douche if you're acting like one.
be nice, don't demand things--I'm learning too and also have short term memory loss so if you ask me something and i don't know it, i mean it!
Oct 6th 2006 12:49PM dammit. spain doesn´t have NBC in english. this sucks. I have watched both full seasons so far and only one episode of the new season, and I think that my favorite Office moment (at least one of them...I am definitely a Pam and Jim ¨shipper¨?) is when Michael wouldn´t let anyone go home because he put things off until the very last minute and when Toby says that people want to go home, Michael says ¨You don´t have anyone to go home to¨. The look Toby gives the camera is priceless, and although its totally cruel, it was designed to make people laugh, which was accomplished.