May 1st 2008 1:53PM That a terrible, ignorant comment. I'm sure you're a Brad Pitt yourself, huh?
Apr 27th 2008 12:44AM lol @ Jerz.
Good thing the rest of us are retardedly just "playing" the game, rather than reading a blog about said game, then reading the comments, and then POSTING on said comments.
Apr 23rd 2008 11:32AM I think I'm going to chain lightning your house to the ground.
On second thought, I wonder if a house would be considered to have multiple sections, so that it actually jumps. If it's just considered one entity, this endeavor would be fairly pointless.
Liked the article. Keep it up.
Apr 21st 2008 10:37AM I couldn't stop laughing at this.
You're saying that your version of WoW is the "cool, socially acceptable" one, and the other one prevents you from being attractive or having a social life?
The irony is killing me here.
Apr 20th 2008 2:00PM This entire article in general is a little upsetting. It really does appear as though you were in an upset mood and needed something to flame at.
The premise behind your article is understandable, but the way you've gone about voicing your opinion is like the little kid at the dinner table who desperately wants some attention, so he makes an inconsiderate statement about his crippled cousin.
Who's sitting at the dinner table.
Right next to him.
PvP and PvE complement each other. PvP fanboi's have not "ruined the game". Last I checked, PvE'rs are still able to do the same raids they were always able to do. If you dislike someone showing up to a PuG in PvP epics, specifically SAY THAT in your LFM post. I do agree, however, that people generally shouldn't show up for heroics in PvP gear.
The fact that PvP'ers have epics as well does not invalidate your epics. It seems like people are trying to dehumanize people that have PvP epics as being of a younger (and thus less intelligent) generation, having poor attention spans, and not being able to put the time into it. If we can only put 20 minutes into the game a day, then they're "allowed" to play the game as much as you are. Telling them to go back to CS is just needlessly inflammatory.
Also, berating on CS as being less of a game of WoW is also pretty narrow minded, but that's for another day and post.
Apr 20th 2008 3:20AM This statement doesn't make much sense. You maintain that people should be able to play "as they feel like", but then get upset saying that everything they have posted (hence their opinion on how to play) is "garbage that's purely perception."
Please make up your mind prior to posting.