Mar 19th 2012 6:01AM Cool, a female character with space for internal organs. This is a huge improvement over female worgen.
Feb 5th 2012 11:48AM ZodiacDragons: I hate to be the bearer of bad news, but I'm pretty sure they removed the "automatic free super-epic speed" riding skill from the Pink..er..Violet... Proto-Drake at the start of Cata when they made the skill available for purchase. Before putting all that effort in (and, in my opinion, the same time and effort shoulde asily nab you more than 5-6K gold per character) I'd double check whether I'm right or not.
Dec 16th 2011 12:47PM Feeeeeesssshhhhhh!
Dec 15th 2011 11:58PM very shiny indeed
Dec 15th 2011 11:57PM ooh, shiny
Oct 20th 2011 2:36PM I've been a fan of BPAL for sometime as well. I have a group of friends scattered around the world and we'll swap "imps" (the little teeny tiny sample bottles) with each other - say I buy half a dozen and discover that I only really like two of the scents, so I'll ship the rest off to whoever wants to swap with me for ones that they aren't so keen on. That way we can each find the scents we really like before forking out for the larger bottle. I just wish they'd do complete "imp" sets of all their various collections so that I can check them out (my skin can react oddly to some oils and my eyes will start to burn with some scents, so I have to test everything before I fork out for it).
Jun 15th 2011 10:22AM One of the "better" effects of ADD/ADHD is the ability to hyperfocus on an enjoyable activity. When my son was 9 or so I introduced him to minatures painting - I and my husband had boxes of old pewter 15mm & 25mm RPG figures from way back when we used to play things like D&D regularly. I grabbed some new brushes and a few tins of Humbrol paint and spent an hour showing him the basics. I swear I'd not seen him sit that still ever. After that he'd easily spend a couple of hours just painting. Couldn't sit still in class to save his life (or his teacher's sanity) but could sit for hours to paint a teeny representation of an orc.
Jun 10th 2011 11:56AM Dwarven anything is always better ;) My favourite class is, and always has been, Paladin. The first character I ever rolled is still my main. Though I have one of every class to at least 70 (the only ones that I have trouble getting to grips with are warrior and rogue, but still got them to 70 and 80 respectively) and one of every race (horde on one server, alliance on another), I still come back to playing dwarves in the end.
May 10th 2011 6:05AM Heh... I should have added my reply here rather than further up! I agree totally.
May 10th 2011 6:04AM I have just, after much careful thought and deliberation, applied to the guild that my husband and son raid with. We have made it absolutely clear to the officers in the guild that we are to always be treated as individuals and that either the turning down of my app or (if I am accepted) the lack of a raid slot for one of us should (and does) have no bearing on what the other two do or expect. I'd be horrified if I only got a slot because one of them was in the raid group (or vice versa), equally so if one of us were to be benched because the others were. I expect to be accepted or refused on my own merits, not because of who I am related to.
There's always something else to do, in-game or out, while the other is in a scheduled raid. For me, it is usually making yet more gold ;) If my husband and I were having a quiet evening reading books, I would not insist that we had to read the same book in order to "spend quality time together". So sitting in the same room at seperate computers, whether in the same party/raid or even playing different games, is no different, IMO. Especially as we're always talking anyway.