Apr 14th 2010 1:39PM 15 year old son told me the following just the other day: He was playing football as part of gym class, caught the ball, and ran a touch down. Holding up the ball he yelled "Epic Win", and everyone laughed. Later, same day, they had to run and jump over hurdles. He missed, taking the hurdle down when he fell - then stood up, held up both hands and yelled. "Epic Fail!", to which his classmate laughed again.
Everyone got both references without a problem.
Dec 26th 2009 9:14AM Yes, please!
Oct 7th 2009 9:23AM Hey you managed to put my two favoriate things together - Donny and WoW!! Thanks!
(yeah you can harrass and flame me all you want people - I'll still love them both!)
Oct 4th 2009 7:47AM It was a great deal of fun indeed. Seriously, you should consider making a new toon or transferring from another server even. The folks in this guild are really nice and know how to have a great time.
May 28th 2009 8:31AM For me its all about variety and experiencing the game world. I have a level 80 - and quite a few other alts at other levels too. I have some that are twinks and some that I am leveling in different areas of the world. I don't have time to raid and such, so I enjoy the beautiful views, the music, the fishing, the cooking, the lore...I could go on but you get the idea. We have a super casual guild that's all about helping each other and enjoying ourselves. For those guildies who are interested in raiding, we have allied with another guild so that we can help each other - the other guild is working on instances and raids and our folks are welcome to join in with them when they will. I don't know know if that makes me a 'noob' or a 'newb' or a whatever after playing for two years - and I do not care. I'm having fun.
If the game was just all about getting to level 80, then they would not have bothered with all of that other lovely content. Enjoy yourself people - its a game after all! Like Ozy said above - its all about balance.
Mar 23rd 2009 10:08AM As a NE balance druid, skinning has always been a favorite activity of mine from the beginning. It makes sense for a druid to skin and cook - use all of the animal and honor it by doing so. Also we skinners help clean up the environment. Can you imagine if allllll of those beasties everyone has to kill for alllll of those quests were just left laying about? Ewwwwww! I spend a lot of time cleaning up after you non-skinners, let me tell you. When you walk through the lovely forests, smelling the pretty flowers and NOT smelling rotting meat, remember to thank your local skinner!
Jan 15th 2009 9:11AM I love the funny bits and quests that are scattered here and there also. Like the one in Grizzly Hills with "Harrison Jones".
"It had to be a snake..." (appx quote)