Feb 2nd 2012 4:42PM I thought I was the only one who preferred individual bags and used them to organize stuff. I tend to leave the backpack empty, so things I pick up go in there. The next one over is for quest items and overflow, I've also been known to shift BOE gear or cloth to that bag as well, after that we have hearthstone and consumables. Followed by offset gear/holiday items/fishing, and usually my last bag is a profession bag, like an herb bag, enchanting, or inscriptions.
I even do the same type of thing with my bank bags.
Jan 23rd 2012 4:57PM While I don't like the idea of a guild being able to strip a legendary from a person, I also think that if it's going to take 9 other people to help you build a legendary, they should get something out of it. It's frequently a task the whole guild gets involved in, just so one or two people can get these amazing items. Except if those people quit the game or leave the guild, the guild is out all that time and energy with nothing to show for it. So perhaps there should be a guild incentive in addition to the legendary, either a guild bound copy in addition to the player earned one, or perhaps a new class of item between epic and legendary open to guildies who helped to build the item in question. At least this way there are benefits for the people having to do their millionth run of a raid just to get that last item needed for the legendary.
Jan 17th 2012 3:43PM I little bit of politeness goes a long way when it comes to gear. It's only polite to check if the gear that isn't in the spec you are running in, is needed by people running in that spec.
Truth is, I love what they have done with the raid finder in specifying who they intended the gear for. I was in a group where the shaman won the caster staff that dropped off the last boss. Normally that would have half the raid/group in an uproar, but the fact that shaman are clearly listed on the staff as being one of the classes it was intended for, silenced most of the complaints before they could even start.
Jan 17th 2012 3:29PM Nothing like having my healer get put into a group as dps and not having a clue what the kill order is. Or worse, my sister recently started playing WoW, she leveled a warrior that she is still learning to play. Because I'm almost always a healer, and on the rare occasion I'm not healing, I'm ranged, I can't really help her play her class or explain boss mechanics from a dps perspective. The bright side is, she doesn't get as much abuse as a lot of dps would get, but only because I go in with her as a healer, and most groups fear to lose the healer.
Jan 17th 2012 3:13PM I have 3 healers. I recently got my priest to 85, and the horror stories I could tell about normal 85 dungeons with tanks that insist on running off at half health to pull the largest pack of mobs they can, while I'm sitting around the corner and/or down the hall trying to get mana back from the last pull. Oddly enough, I had one tank abusing me after doing that very thing in Grim Batol, it was so bad, the dps voted to kick him.
Jan 17th 2012 2:56PM I love it when the mobs are marked. Especially if it's the 1 in a billion time that my healer gets in as dps. I have 3 healers, I may have run the dungeon/raid 100 times, but I couldn't tell you kill order if my life depended on it. I can however tell you which pulls are going to end in a wipe if I'm on my baby healer and the mobs aren't marked or the marks aren't followed.
Jan 10th 2012 1:30PM I agree, I think the word Minecraft says it all. If that's not enough though, look at the number people playing facebook games.
Jan 5th 2012 8:57PM I think I fall into a mixed catagory. I think there are people who abuse the system, and they should be dropped into the deepest, darkest pit available. I also think, that you shouldn't be able to win more than one tier token a week. Share the love already.
Do I think you should be rolling on items you can't use or have no need for, depriving others of the loot just so you have something you might be able to exchange later? No, you should join the other greedy jerks in that deep dark pit. Do I think it's ok to roll on stuff you can use/need and then try to trade for something you might be a better upgrade or better fit, sure.
Just because there are always going to be greedy people, doesn't mean that I think they should be allowed to get away with and I look forward to the day when they can't.
Jan 3rd 2012 4:49PM As someone who recently leveled 2 healers, and already had one, I can attest to how badly 5 and 6 drive me insane. Nothing like having a half health tank run off to pull the next group, down the stairs and around the corner, when I'm sitting on the floor oom from the previous pull.
Good times for sure. :)
Dec 31st 2011 10:57PM /roll