Jul 23rd 2010 2:55PM One of my previous guilds back in TBC used to gamble before Kara raids. We had two locks who could do the demon portal thing, and at that time, the demon spawned would kill at least one person before being CC'd. We would each put in 10g for five people needed to spawn the demon and whoever died got the pot. It was a good luck thing.
Jun 1st 2010 12:49PM After working for a company that sold Music Education software, I will state that it is a federal law that once software is opened it cannot be returned unless defective. I am not sure where that law is, but it was told to us over and over again and we had to uphold it. I am guessing it has something to do with the FCC.
May 15th 2010 2:12PM We also have an entertaining Mage in our guild who will run around before a raid pull in nothing but a bikini, cape and diving helmet screaming things like "bacon" or "waffles"..../salute Matiet
May 15th 2010 2:10PM Uldaman-US has a particularly witty long standing player who will either engage trade chat in debates of various topic or he will play trivia games with us...../salute Nivmizzet
Mar 6th 2010 10:06AM On Uldaman-US we have a player who repeatedly spams in /y Cro's words in Dalaran and it is hysterical. Other players start chiming in and before long it's become a full out /y war.
Jan 22nd 2010 2:23PM I meant that I would not associate that word with any event in a entertainment venue. I misworded my post.
Jan 22nd 2010 2:22PM I find it hard to take the word rape in game, although I hear it on a daily basis. Mainly the reason for this is because I have been and it was not a nice or pleasant thing and I would not associate that word with a violent act against anyone. I think there is a much better choice of words that can be used. Often, I will privately whisper someone in game to ask if they have ever been raped and did they know what the word can mean to some people. Most are apologetic and try not to use it again in my presence or when they do, they will say "sorry".
Jan 13th 2010 9:47AM Easy answer....I use Healbot, used to use Grid and clique, but either way, in Healbot, you can set certain debuffs to come up as custom so that you can immediately see the target that is needed, and also decursive works well too for any class. I use the customer target in healbot for fights like Jaraxxus for Incinerate Flesh where one person needs immediate heals or on Kel'Thuzad where one person is hit with the frost blast and needs immediate healing. It changes my bar on Healbot to a dark purple color which is easily seen versus the normal default green. I know that this can be done with Grid also. For fel Fireball, it comes up on decursive and you just click on the little box and it's gone.
Jan 11th 2010 2:06AM I have one rule for naming my WoW toons. All of them are memorials to friends and family who have passed away. The reason I do this is because in Azeroth, death is not permanent, so what better way to memorialize someone than to give them a small measure of immortality.