Aug 17th 2009 2:40PM "I've always liked Felicia Day just because of her acting style. It's incredibly cute."
In other words you have a crush on her. I've never seen the word cute associated with an acting style before. Lame.
Aug 15th 2009 5:33PM I wish no one would do this when it isn't Halloween. It makes our whole hobby seem lamer than it has to be.
Aug 14th 2009 5:08PM Buddha had a terrible work ethic. He never would have survived the grind of WoW.
Aug 14th 2009 5:04PM Oh and to be clear, this isn't a man vs woman thing. There are plenty of dignified women who don't ask to be lied to. Asking a loaded question you know the other party can't honestly answer freely is a sign of immaturity.
Aug 14th 2009 4:59PM "Your mudslinging is bringing my argument down"
I'm sorry but people who ask to be lied to receive zero respect from me. Being female doesn't excuse one from ethical behavior. Emotional manipulation is disgusting and reprehensible (asking loaded questions is manipulative). I'm not saying I would tell a woman who asked me if she was fat the truth, but I am saying that her asking as a means to boost her self esteem would lower my opinion of her.
If Robin thinks it is okay, she is wrong. If the rest of you think it is okay, you are all wrong.
Aug 14th 2009 4:03PM "When a woman asks a man if these jeans make her look fat, she's not asking for constructive criticism. She wants to feel better about herself before she faces the public."
So you enjoy lies? Here's one for you: Robin, your articles are always worthwhile and insightful! You rock!
Aug 14th 2009 3:56PM That person is just lucky a raiding guild will let a baddy stay in their guild. Most guilds would be embarrassed by their presence. When you have a baddy in your guild just casually running around in PuGs it can provide potential quality recruits with a very negative impression of your guild.
Aug 13th 2009 2:43PM Since stereotypes are obnoxious I'm not going to assume everyone who plays on the horde is as stupid as you are. I'll just let it be known that in my experience I've seen little to no difference between the types and attitudes of people on either faction.
Aug 5th 2009 1:43PM I'd like to express my opposition for class specific quests. I feel they needlessly take away from development time for the benefit of 1/10th of the classes. This time would be better spent, in my opinion, on content for all.
I'd also like to point out that some of us play this game for very different reasons. I do not identify with my "character" in any way. I have no interest in the lore, or fantasy settings. I enjoy coordinated team efforts (raiding/battle grounds), and choose to play WoW because of it's polish and depth. Blizzard has always impressed me with their game design and underwhelmed me with their story telling. As such, I'd prefer they focus on where they shine.
I want tough challenges that I and my friends can overcome. I do not care if people who don't enjoy a challenge have loot and rewards. It does not diminish my experience that someone else was able to obtain the same item I did with less effort. I didn't do it for the item, I did it for the challenge.
If there was a game out there that had raid style coordination and a WoW style combat system without gear progression or character leveling I would play it instead. I have no interest in the RPG portion of WoW. I play WoW for the endgame challenges, and the social aspect.