Mar 11th 2010 9:01AM So the destruction of the world tree did what (this is true curiosity)? What part of their immortality did they lose?
Mar 10th 2010 3:43PM Immortal is probably a judgment call by those who aren't (ie Humans). To us, 500 years is pretty good for age, and we are long dead at that point. For example, the Revolutionary War happened less than 250 years ago. So in the human perspective, the elves are still immortal. The elves are well aware of the literal truth, though.
Just my perspective.
Nov 30th 2009 2:57PM @Phil (and the other guy)
It's not about getting a life. Really, he has the best interest of the account in question at heart. He's not saying his opinion matters more or not, he's just saying that by his interpretation of the ToS, he can't see where Blizzard would state that this is legal, ESPECIALLY when he has Customer Service on his side, if he does indeed have the proof.
As for you, you're arguing semantics. Being a Grinch, or working for Blizzard has no bearing here. I don't have to work for Blizzard to know their rules, and since a game card is indeed a real life item (by virtue of paying for it at a store, and not online), Zouche has merit. In fact, why you would bring in real life consequences into this problem is beyond me, since the question is about a game in the first place. Your reasoning is borderline ADD and I'm surprised you didn't throw Gandhi or Nelson Mandela in there somewhere.
Read the ToS. It's really simple to do so. Zouche had an opinion, by his interpretation of the ToS and stated it accordingly. You swoop in and slap him on the hand (somehow telling him to get a life..) because you claim he thinks he works for Blizzard by reading and interpreting a public document. God help us with the Constitution no?
You would have done better to provide proof contrary to what he was saying, based on YOUR interpretation of the ToS.
Nov 23rd 2009 8:41AM Pick me!
Nov 16th 2009 1:46PM My guild has a two leader system. However, the Guild Leader is a Raid Leader, so the name is synonymous with me.
Something I want to address though:
One analogy was used earlier in this posting in reference to a car. I don't view the DPS as the engine that drives the raid. The DPS are everything the Tanks and Healers aren't. That may sound obvious, but the role of the DPS are sometimes under stressed. In my mind, all roles are equal. You need every role as much as the next. If you don't have tanks, everyone dies. If you don't have healers--->no tanks--->everyone dies. If you don't have DPS--->healers out of mana--->no tanks--->everyone dies. It's a triangle, and no role is more important than the other. You can't defeat an encounter with only healers and tanks, only tanks and dps, only healers and dps. All three are required. There is no "if you don't have this you're screwed." If you don't have ANY one of those roles you're screwed. Granted, a certain tank or healer may be able to carry other members of the raid of visa versa, but on the bleeding edge of raids, all classes need to be top geared and at the top of their game.
Oct 28th 2009 3:33PM So...the group leader has the power to remove members...if the group leader is of the opinion that the person should be removed, how does the voting set up a difference? Maybe if the group leader is unwilling to kick the offending member, the others can kick...yikes.
It just seems to me this will be more trouble than it's worth.
Oct 28th 2009 11:51AM "A Vote Kick feature will be available in the event a member of a party is not performing to the expectations of the other members."
I could see this being abused...I.E being kicked for getting two much loot or something stupid.
Maybe I missed it but: If you're kicked for underperfoming in instances, will you still get the dungeon debuff?