Feb 15th 2009 2:10PM Chepi, the reagent vendor in Thunder Bluff that wanders around the lower tier. She has never once broken my heart, on any valentines occasion.
I'm going to ask her to marry me :D
Feb 1st 2009 2:28PM When I first started playing, I chose Horde because my friends were all Horde. I chose to play a Tauren because I liked their Native American look and hey! Big Cow! Moo! :D
As I started playing, I really got to understand how each race felt about the other in their alliance. Trolls, Orcs, and Tauren all helped each other come to terms with their past and moved forward as a glorious whole. The undead to me seemed a bit... offputting. Their membership in the Horde seemed to be based around "We want everything else to die, but since we're allying with you, we'll kill you last." But really, it was Thralls compassion at seeing these creatures being persecuted for what they looked like, rather than who they were. These undead were reasoning and not under the lich kings sway, and to be honest, the Horde never really had the history and bad blood with the undead that the Humans had.
Anyway, I digress. I chose the Tauren based on their appeal, and I loved every minute of the lower level quests. Ignoring Barrens chat, I loved running around the Barrens and Thousand Needles. The hawk cries and the spiritual, ritualistic hunts made it for me.
TL;DR version: Moo.
Dec 8th 2008 8:09PM Easy. I'd have Expose Weakness affect the raid again.
That and have snake trap snakes attack more than just one target. And actually attack the mob that triggered them too, rather than ignore them and head off after another one >.
Dec 8th 2008 3:40PM I feel sorry for the dwarf.
Here you go, have a bottle of gobbed-in wine with some cheese we were too poor to buy. Its probably off.
What did this guy do, skip out on a check?
Dec 4th 2008 5:11PM I have no problem with people picking up my skins when I'm on my hunter. Heck, I'm providing them with a service free of charge. I make sure to loot my mobs so people can clean them up. If only the poor sods could skin those sentient races...
Anyway, my problem is with the gits who hang around my shaman and get all annoyed and angry with him when he skins his own mobs.
Uhh, this is my mob. I'm a skinner. I'm skinning it. Get your own leather, ya mooch.
Nov 24th 2008 5:43PM People like this exist on my server and often tag named mobs or grab quest items. I think I'm one of the few that waits to see what someone does before going to grab it. I have taken a herb from a hordie who sent me a rather nasty tell afterwards. It was his fault for standing there for 30 seconds doing nothing.
But thankfully when it comes to grabbing herbs that are protected by mobs, I just get my pet to keep it busy while I grab the plants I need then leggit :D