Apr 12th 2011 4:16PM I shuspect I wouldn't even make it through a shingle page of comments before I hit the floor with a drinking game like that ...hic!
Apr 12th 2011 2:22PM Bloodlust Mike sounds like a great nickname for that one trigger happy guildie who's always jumping the gun.
Mar 28th 2011 2:18PM Personally I've always secretly been hoping for a 25 passenger Magic Schoolbus flying mount that plays the theme song while you drive, so I can give my entire raid a lift in style.
Mar 22nd 2011 2:06PM Hah, our druid tank did the exact same thing the first time we raided Ulduar.
Bear tank feral charges Kologarn.
Bear tank disappears!
Kologarn: "YOU FAIL!"
Mar 16th 2011 5:40PM So when Ghostcrawler promised me a pony this is what he meant?!
Jan 25th 2011 4:18PM By far the best raid movie I've ever seen; makes me incredibly nostalgic for Ulduar.
While we're on the subject, does anybody know of any other raid movies in the same vein as this one, more "artistic raid tribute" than actual boss kill video?
Dec 17th 2010 7:30PM And while they're at it, I would also really enjoy an instanced battleground version of Halaa, yet another great world PvP area that has fallen into disuse. Sure, perhaps it could use a few tweaks to bring it up to par, but all in all Halaa was very enjoyable, and most importantly it was different from all of the other battleground mechanics.
Dec 16th 2010 6:42PM Some people enjoying playing the auction house and making money purely for its own sake. It's their own personal flavor of PvP, the only kind in WoW that is (more or less) totally balanced regardless of what level you are or what class you play. Seeing that bank balance go up is like seeing your arena rating or your lifetime honor kills increase - a measurement of your accomplishments. The difference is that as you earn more gold, you can use it to further increase your market leverage.
And besides, if you ever get bored of all that gold, there are almost as many fun ways to get rid of it as there are to earn it.
Dec 16th 2010 1:41PM I've noticed the same trend...I'll just baaarely keep everyone alive and finish a boss fight OOM with my whole team on the brink of death, and everyone compliments me on the "great heals". Really makes me wonder how badly most other healers are struggling. 0_o
I think the most telling sign for me that your average PUG healer is not handling the new mechanics very well is the fact that these days, 90% of the time when I queue up for the dungeon finder, I enter the dungeon to find a couple trash pulls half cleared, and the rest of the group is dead and corpse running back. They usually greet me with something friendly and encouraging like, "Hi there, I hope you don't suck as much as the last guy."
Dec 7th 2010 10:53PM Free T-shirts?!