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Drama Mamas: Breakup drama {WoW}

Nov 27th 2010 4:46PM As long as he can still get a reaction out of you, he know he still has some power over you. The best revenge is happiness and success.

Drama Mamas: Breakup drama {WoW}

Nov 27th 2010 1:01PM The opposite of love is not hate-it is indifference.

Warlocks find their pets renamed in patch 4.0.1 [Updated] {WoW}

Oct 14th 2010 4:23AM I hate the name changes. My succubus was Drusora-like a deadly long disease-perfect, my Felguard Hottom-couldnt have been better. At least my Imp's name Rulrot didnt change. I absolutely HATE the new ugly names :(
This was not a happy change for this warlock.

Mage's superior? Mage's have such a superficial relationship to their boring 1 dimensional almost a minion....;P Of course they just don't understand the profound bond we Warlocks share with our demons.

Breakfast Topic: What does your class choice say about you? {WoW}

Oct 10th 2010 11:24PM Actually magic does exist in real life. It is just much more subtle than the popular concept of magic. It can be no less powerful. Sometimes under certain circumstances merely suggesting a possible outcome to a person changes their perception/actions even if they don't consciously believe. And Marketing , politics-they are all sorcerery ;) Just because we call it by different names doesn't make it less so.

Breakfast Topic: What does your class choice say about you? {WoW}

Oct 10th 2010 11:11PM job-wise I work as a police dispatcher at a medium sized university. Im a nerd hippy farm girl at heart. demonology warlock and healing priest. middle aged ;)

Breakfast Topic: What does your class choice say about you? {WoW}

Oct 10th 2010 11:06PM ohhhh I hope they make me catnip!

Breakfast Topic: What does your class choice say about you? {WoW}

Oct 10th 2010 10:59PM Personality characteristics and the choice of class is relevant and people arn't willfully ignoring some parts and highlighting others. They mention the parts that are most relevant or significant to them in their choices. I am an atheist because I lack faith not because I hate religion. I don't hate the concept of gods-I just see them differently than someone who views them as sentient separate beings. The discussion only degrades when people get mad, offended, and mean spirited in their comments. Just this week I met another atheist priest who loves to heal (he is a kid being raised Muslim in the Middle East) I've met the most interesting people in this game.

As a psych major I find this discussion fascinating. I play both male and female characters because people react differently to gender. I play very different classes because I enjoy the somewhat psionic and creative abilities of the priest, and the different destructive abilities of the warlock. Exploring different parts of personality in game is very engaging for me-to play in ways I might not in real life I get to explore so much more. All us different kinds of people working together (or not) to bring down difficult bosses or teaming up for different quests, or storming Ironforge and Orgrimmar. Do you play a certain class because it is most like you, or most unlike you in real life? It is all relevant. I've noticed that if an opposing factions pally or priest comes upon me questing-there is a chance they might actually help me, and if a warlock starts summoning his/her demon near me there is a good chance Im gonna be seeing the spirit healer very soon. It isnt always the case but probability based on past experience points in certain directions. Ive had pallys hammer me to death, and warlocks get that pesky furbolg off me, priests mind control me off a cliff or into an even larger group of mobs. It is differences in personality etc that govern actions in game and in life. We choose classes based on our perception of what it means to be a priest, pally, hunter, warlock. The part that is fascinating is how it reflects culture and personality characteristics.

To make it connected to right or wrong, good or bad doesn't really make sense to me. You arnt superior if you are religious or not religious though some people are convinced it is so. Azeroth is a giant sandbox. It is what you make it. It is all possible. Thats one of the reasons it is so wonderful. Its why we cough up 15 bucks or whatever every month. For some of us it reminds us there are more possibilities in the universe than what we are able to see. Too easy to forget in daily life, job, school. The clever strategies people come up with given the limitations/requirements in spells and weapons never ceases to delight me. Even when Im running back to my corpse because of it ;) The differences in people and how they adapt is part of the many things about World of Warcraft that gets me to log on after and before work when Im already dog tired and should be cleaning my apartment ;)

Breakfast Topic: What does your class choice say about you? {WoW}

Oct 10th 2010 8:54AM My main is a Demonology Warlock and my alts are almost all healing priests who moonlight as shadow. I'm an atheist who loves classical music and middle aged psychology major ;)

Blood Elf vs. Draenei diorama giveaway {WoW}

Feb 13th 2009 11:58PM Hail,

Ohhh love the space goat light slinger :) Not so fond of the Blood Elf Pole Dancer with the chest condition. I play a warlock anyway-typically we arn't fond of rogues...

The Netherwhelp on the other hand is so fow it makes my imp *very* jealouse...

gentle day,

Warlock melee? Really? {WoW}

Jun 10th 2008 5:30PM "demon mind control" = enslave

Not quite.
Enslave only works on demons-I want to be able to transform anything into a demon (including enemy players) of my choice and then be able to enslave it if I choose. Enslave just isn't evil enough. I don't hold much hope for the affy and destro tree talents if this is the best blizz can do for demo.