Apr 14th 2009 3:31PM Now if we can only ban "Join my guild" from trade as well I will be completely happy.
Feb 12th 2009 8:51AM Uh 80 hours? I was really feeling your point right up until you started exaggerating. Even the top guilds in the world have jobs, families, and work like everyone else. Granted, I could have a part time job on top of my full time one if I wanted, but I would rather play wow honestly.
Feb 12th 2009 8:43AM I hate to point this out, but as my guild's raiding Disc Priest, I have completely stepped away from gear with Spirit on it. I litterally pay no attention anymore to that side of it.
Last night during our Farming session of OS3D, I litterally didn't stop casting for the entire duration of the encounter which is close to 10 mins. I welcome the change.
Jun 26th 2008 11:53AM Blizzard isn't dumb ... there is a reason why both the face of Diablo and Arthas fit in that picture ... They wanted us to be able to see both. We won't know until they want us too, end of story.
Jun 20th 2008 9:01AM The part that I find funny about all the QQ is this ... I am a raider and proud to say so. My toon wonders around in his T5 proudly. It has the same meaning that it always did. So what if everyone is in epics ... they aren't in tiered epics. They spent hours farming Battlegrounds to obtain a Kia look alike while I have the Jaguar.
To me vanilla WoW hasn't killed it; it makes my uniqueness of no PvP gear for PvE that much sweeter. The people walking around in those "welfare" epics aren't seeing new content and downing new bosses, they are standing around in Shat waiting to be q'd up for their next grind. Let them play their way, I will play mine ... I am part of the elite, as are all the raiders ... where some of them like the first response miss the boat is we aren't better than them, we just choose to be a part of an adventure instead of a grind.
May 19th 2008 5:25PM I farm in blues rather than my epics ... and I have been told that I am not good enough to do a heroic because I happened to have logged in my blue gear the day before. Truth be told, I am an SSC/TK T5 hunter. You never know what you are going to get, and honestly, heroic anything in full epics offers no challenge, and therefore to me is boring and pointless.
May 19th 2008 10:54AM The purpose of Kara has changed completely. It really is juts for badges, for us anyway. We don't bring anything less than full epic / T4 partial T5 when we go. We do full clears in about 4 hours.
honestly it's great training for ZA. We have started giving serious attempts at bear mounts, and Kara has been a perfect training ground. We go in and chain pull without break until after opera. We will then do the same thing again all the way up to prince, then take our time on Netherspite / Nitebane.
No stops between for mana ... the second a mob dies the tank is already marking the next set getting ready for pull. You drink the little in between, it makes for great mana management. We have full cleared this way several times, and it also makes, or at least made things a little more of a challange.
If we do bring someone undergeared, well undergeared compared to us, it's generally only 1 or two people, (we have 8 manned Kara anyway), and they are generally just along for the ride.
May 19th 2008 10:41AM I reciently changed guilds for the same reasons it sounds like that you did a server transfer. I went from a Kara / wiping on gruul guild to a clearing T5 content guild.
This didn't go over so well with my previous guild as there were 6 of us that went, including the main tank, main healer, and top DPSer. We might as well have server transfered, although we did do it together.
Now 2 months later, the guild is finally starting to feel like home, although at first it was very lonely. There is some great advice through out the responses, and most of it is basically what/we did to make things feel more like home.
We didn't bring our alts in at first, and the new guild didn't even know they existed, and it wasn't until we decided to bring them in so that we spent more time with the guild that we started to get to know people. If you dont' spend time with them, you may never get to know the people enough to enjoy playing with them.
May 16th 2008 1:41PM We may not be the best guild in the world, but we hold our own at
38th on our Server. We are a casual raiding guild, and pretty much
anyone is aloud to join. Whether or not you raid with us is a
different story. Leaving things open for anyone to join a guild lets
that guild see what a person really has, as opposed to just what they
put on an application. When it comes down to it, there are only 25
of us raiding Hyjal, and we get to pick and choose those from the
large number of people that make up the guild that we love so much.