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Enter to win a Blazing Hippogryph and other loot {WoW}

Aug 1st 2010 1:15PM D'oh! Think I forgot to comment yesterday! D:

Enter to win a Blazing Hippogryph and other loot {WoW}

Jul 30th 2010 1:00PM *puppy eyes*

Enter to win a Blazing Hippogryph and other loot {WoW}

Jul 28th 2010 11:05AM Day 2: *distracted by shiny things*

Curse acquires MMO-Champion {WoW}

Jul 20th 2010 2:45PM Wait, the Internet still has ads??

Breakfast Topic: Why don't you RP? {WoW}

Jul 20th 2010 2:30PM I hear you, I'm kind of the same way. I've always wanted to try RPing, but way too self-conscious and shy to approach other RPers. D:

Breakfast Topic: The illusion of choice {WoW}

Jul 15th 2010 12:47PM Personally, I've never blindly followed cookie-cutter specs. I've always created my own specs and only then do I research what everyone else was doing. I found this helps me get a better grasp of what each talent does and if they are really worth spending points on. I've never had a spec that I couldn't justify every single point spent. And honestly, sometimes the most popular "cookie-cutter" spec isn't always the best.

Reader UI of the Week: Ve's UI {WoW}

Jun 29th 2010 7:25PM Look up Reflux.

Reader UI of the Week: Ymïr's UI {WoW}

Jun 16th 2010 12:12AM While I personally do not use AVR and similar addons, I can understand why someone would. Not everyone processes information the same way nor do they all perceive things such as distance the same way. I know I have a lot of trouble judging distance ingame, though in my defence I have terrible depth perception IRL as well (I'm partially blind in one eye).

I'm honestly getting tired of people judging others based on the addons they use and think that because they see information one way, everyone should see it how they do. Personally, I work better with symbol and audio queues as opposed to scrolling combat text or raid warnings. My brain subconsciously ignores them for whatever reason. Heck, even the DBM timer bars have become white noise to me, however I have no problem seeing fire, void zones, etc. on the ground. Only warnings in DBM I use (for times I may miss something or something that isn't instantly obvious visually) are the audio warnings.

Everyone has their weaknesses and strengths, and while you judge those who may have trouble in areas you excel at in the game, they may very well excel at parts you don't. Not to mention, some people have legitimate disabilities, even if minor. As long as they are doing their job efficiently and having fun, what right do you have to judge them?