Dec 9th 2009 5:01PM I skipped this video yesterday. Today, I couldn't find the location and so I came back to watch the video.
May 10th 2009 11:46AM You know... this truly is a confusing and strange picture in many ways.
- A Draenei on a motorcycle
- Naked Dueling Night elves with gloves on
- A half-naked hunter with a wasp behind her
- A naked scary Draeni and Dwarf
- A tiny female gnome in Christmas costume
- A Female Draenei Shaman with Regular Tier 7 above the waste and Heroic Tier 8 Below
- A sleeping blue frog between the two dueling naked night elves
- A small blue tree looking at all the madness.
This is one of the most confusing screenshots I've ever seen.
Apr 16th 2009 3:00AM What if he decided to use "a whirl" in every article he did for the next month... even when it serves no purpose.
That would be something. He should also bold every "a whirl" with a link to your comment.
Mar 1st 2009 4:24AM Sebastians classification was a load of crap. It feels completely archaic in nature. It would fit perfectly in with the time period where chastity belts were utilized.
Feb 28th 2009 4:22AM @hold up
"...personal testing experience."
What on earth are you talking about? It's no freaking vacation. The point is to try to break the damn thing.
Feb 26th 2009 12:21PM And to think you complained about a well sung and edited Hunter PVP Rap... you all should be ashamed of yourselves.
Feb 12th 2009 5:11AM You haven't heard Turpster sing... well... anything.
Feb 12th 2009 5:08AM I loved it.
They had great voice work and the song was recorded with a lot better quality than many of the amateur wow-themed songs ("Stuck in the World of Warcraft" anyone?). The visual text play is something most people wouldn't have the concentration to do or even push it half as much as this video did. Not to mention that the editing was, at its lowest point, very good. The topic was funny and simple enough for me, a sole shaman, to enjoy.
I have no idea why people are militant about their distastes. Maybe they despise the relative ease of the hunter class or the fact that anything "hip-hop" (and I use that very loosely) is an Internet pariah.
Feb 3rd 2009 11:42PM I don't know about the rest of you all but whenever I see a warlock in the raid (very rare) he is almost always among the top DPSers.
But if that's the case, why are there so little warlocks?