Dec 16th 2011 10:33AM Looks nice :)
Dec 16th 2011 10:31AM That'd be sweet :)
Sep 27th 2010 8:34AM I actually agree with SnackPatrol here, even though I don't agree with his tone.
I've played for over five years and it's just too common that mages (why is it always mages?) will refuse to give portals or conjure water - or even take offense from me asking, however polite I might be.
You rolled a mage, deal with it. If you can't stand using the abilities given to you, you should've gone with a warlock instead.
Now, I fully understand that a mage won't be too happy to join a group while they're in queue for LFD, and if they tell me that of course I won't bother them. In fact, a simple "no, I'm busy, sorry" will do. But that's usually not the case. Most won't even bother to answer me at all, and the rest either complain about the costs or say something along the lines of that they're not my slaves and I should just take the long way to my destination.
I'm not a fan of the "I play this game for myself and no one else have the right to lessen my joy in any way" mantra that has become so popular lately. This is not a single player game - you have to take into account that other people are playing too and you have to act in a way that includes them. If you can't stand other people, play a single player game. This game is not for you.
Sep 19th 2010 4:41AM So, uhm. Yeah. 'tis be over now, yes?
Sep 15th 2010 10:08AM Hello, my name is Inigo Montoya. You killed my father, prepare to die!
Sep 10th 2010 7:54AM This item's description made me laugh:
Archaeology: Intricate Treasure Chest Key
3 sec cast
While vrykul technology in general is slightly behind that of the Horde or Alliance, the detail of the design on this simple key is astounding. In vrykul culture, it is the woman of the household who keeps all the keys, often displaying them prominently to show her status. 'Does not open Dark Cleric Salem's Chest.'