Feb 3rd 2009 5:48AM @ keith
rightfully so :) but I do feel the necessity to state that I just do this whenever the time feels right. If you're in a raid that's well organized and can handle a little fun, it really doesn't hurt the raid. It just adds a little hilarity to it :P well that's my 50 cents :D
Feb 2nd 2009 9:54AM haha! Sorry for annoying you then :) But it usually gets some people smiling and adds some humour to the raid :P people often start dancing, jumping, /cry-ing /flirt-ing or /silly-ing... or indeed.... they kick me ^^
Feb 2nd 2009 9:17AM When I'm in a raid, wether entering Wintergrasp or before engaging a boss, I love to use my Toy Train Set (http://www.wowhead.com/?item=44606) of my Piccolo of the Flaming Fire. Eventhough I prefer hearing 25 man go choo-cho, I also like to see them dance :P It actually got me kicked out a raid a few times :P
Jan 19th 2009 9:33AM I'm in a guild that consists mostly of IRL-friends, on Agamaggan-EU. We do meet the occasional really friendly, skilled and easy going player. We won't hesitate inviting them if they fit in well after running some PUG's. Eventhough we're all Dutch and thus speak Dutch in guildchat we do have a foreign guy (from israel) in the guild. He's really easygoing and enjoys going along on our guildruns through heroics and 10 man Naxx. We do tend to adapt to his needs and speak english when he's on. My point is that, eventhough we're not really looking for more people, sometimes you meet a rly cool person that can be an asset to your guild eventhough it's a tight group!
Nov 10th 2008 7:19AM That would be one sweet mount! Would go nicely with my undead rogue! xD hooray!