Sep 11th 2010 8:23AM I couldn't find the entrance to Wailing caverns. It was my first dungeon....ever. I ended up passing the 'swirly looking thing' a few times before someone told me to run into it. Then to make matters worse I looted Stinging Viper (a blue mace) that the tank wanted. This caused the tank to quit. Before we started I was told to "just x out" whenever any gear questions came up.
Nov 13th 2009 5:13PM Las Vegas would be a much better choice than Anaheim for Blizcom for the following reasons:
1) more hotel rooms
2) mobile strippers (yes strippers in a glass-buslike vehicle) google that...... its real
3) 24 hour buffets
4) more stripclubs than Anaheim
5) stripclubs with buffets (yes, its true)
6) Vegas is used to people being up all hours of the night
7) Ceasars forum shops for the ladyfolk who like that sort of thing
8) Did I mention the strippers....
9) bigger convention center than Anaheim
10) Prostitution is legal, but not in Clark County. Prostitution is not legal in the city of Las Vegas, you'll have to go to Pahrump for that.
Oct 20th 2009 10:33AM While on my pally in Northend I recieved a tell from some random guy that I was moving faster than him. He accused me of using a speed hack and told me he was reporting me. I told him that pursuit of justice was a talent, not a speed hack, but he did not seem to care. After linking it he said that it was unfair that only pally get a movement bonus.
Mar 29th 2009 7:03PM Even though it was kinda a pain, I miss the zombie infestation. It was different and required people to think. Fighting zombies broke up the routine of farming mats.... and it killed off those annoying people who sell gold.
Raiding is great. I like the guild I belong to. I expect we will conquer Ulduar in a few weeks. But that is what you get as the raiding player base gets better and better. A person who wants to raid has many resources to go to now. Having said that, I really wish Blizzard would keep loot a secret.
Mar 21st 2009 8:38PM This is what seperates Blizzard from other MMO's. This isn't the first time Blizzard has honored someone with an in-game acknowledgement.
Jan 14th 2009 4:09PM Great now everyone will try to kill those guys.
Dec 4th 2008 5:40PM I skin other peoples kills all the time. I wait until they leave, just to make sure they are not a skinner. One time I was following a lock who was killing tons of spiders, we got into a system where he would kill then I would heal him when he needed it. Countless people questing in Zul'Drak allowed me to make the entire overcast set before I hit 80.
Nov 25th 2008 12:02PM I had a shaman steal a node from me after I killed all the moobs around it. I sent him a tell explaining that I was after the node, he responded by calling me a stupid noob.
Later I saw him fighting 3 moobs, he was out of mana and low on health. I could have saved him with a heal, but instead I messaged him saying," I could heal you, but I'd like to watch you die." Then he died. I laughed at him and sent insulting tells to him until he ignored me. Screw that guy... he deserved it.
Nov 17th 2008 6:12PM 15 hours and then he collapsed.....
what a wimp.
On Garona we had a few guys hit 80 on Saturday...... roughly 45 hours after the Wrath launched. It's all in the planning, most good gamers have some sort of foodstuff near their computers for long grinds. I am sure the parents will blame Blizzard for addicting their son. This kid sounds kinda weak.
Nov 6th 2008 4:08PM Woot!