May 19th 2010 2:51PM hm. in response to previous comments about hair and whatnot... you KNOW they're going to put styled hair on them. there probably will be a bald model for those (like myself) who would prefer it that way, but... there are those who wouldn't. and it wouldn't be fair to not really give anyone the option, ya know?
and they put hair on taurens, so... i'm sure they'll put it on worgens too. >.>
Mar 25th 2010 12:44PM i loved the pre-wrath zombie apocalypse, and frankly, i'd love to see something like that implemented again. like a previous poster said, it's temporary, and you'll get over it.
that being said, i saw one of these shaker mobs in Stormwind on Hyjal! :o
Mar 1st 2010 8:03PM "Torn", here... again.
Our GL did end up leaving, and could not be dissuaded, partially due to his disenchantment with the game as a whole.
As an aside, one of the things I should mention is that regarding the officer appointments, when I was promoted, we had four officers, myself included, who all had specific roles to play. We had someone to help lead raids, someone to help with strats, and someone who was backup for both of these roles. I didn't do any of these, and wasn't really expected to. The GL chose me specifically for the purpose of Public Relations. I pretty much just handled the guild drama and a large portion of the recruitment, which at the time, I'd pretty much just relegate people to the site, and they'd go from there.
Then people stopped using the site. And we lost the other three officers. And the two replacements we picked were not quite as up to the task as the previous three were. And one left at the first sign of trouble while he was ranked high enough to be able to do anything about it. The other officer and I had very little experience, and even in the past, most things had gone through the GL before we made anything official. So through a combination of people just being impatient and not wanting to do anything under ICC, we collapsed.
But, in short, I was not really equipped for the task. Ever. It was one thing to keep the guild rallied when he went on a brief hiatus due to RL issues, cuz he was coming back. But when he quit the game... about half the guild did too.
On the plus side, we made a lot of friends, and we're all still keeping in touch. GL is trying to put together another forum (one he doesn't have to pay for, lol) so we can keep each other up to date. So it's not all bad.
Anyway... I really do appreciate the input and everything. I just wish I had known he was feeling that way sooner, so we could have put some of this into action. By the time I ended up asking Scott, he had apparently already cancelled his account. I was a sad panda.
Mar 1st 2010 7:49PM "Torn", here.
First, thanks for all the input, guys. Much appreciated.
Second, Stuart, you sound EXACTLY like my guild leader. He's been playing since vanilla, and his biggest complaint was that anything you can do can be easily done in a PuG, and things that once would have been huge deals and great accomplishments no longer mean anything. So he went from having his gear actually mean something to just being another face in the crowd. In the end, the guild was the only thing keeping him in the game, and that ended up sucking what little fun there was out of everything. It just sucks because he's not the type who can take orders from others, so... lol.
Feb 3rd 2010 2:25PM "/ignore name-server -- This will not only ignore him but make it impossible for him to be in your future random PUGs."
I had NO IDEA you could do that. Thanks a ton. :3
On that note... I personally find myself not caring one way or another what people say in groups I'm in as long as they are not personally attacking me. I try not to let things like that get in the way of me finishing a dungeon or raid if at all possible.
But that's just me.
Otherwise, these are pretty good suggestions to keep in mind for those rare times when people are completely insufferable. :3
Jan 2nd 2009 6:47PM I thought it was absolutely fantastic. And for all the haters out there who were QQing over the music used, c'mon. We all know that BE females are pop princesses, so it fit. Lol. I thought that it was a definite (and positive) change from the usual.
Other than that, all the other positives in the film were covered by other posters. :P
I look forward to seeing more of your work in the future. :)
Nov 7th 2008 1:10PM do want. ;_;