Sep 15th 2010 8:38AM My 10 year old son and I play WoW together. We are not in the same guild, but, I do see what guild he is in, make sure I have a chat with the officer and let them know my expectations about guild chat in the guild. My son knows enough to not beg for items, gold and runs (except from mom). He is still a kid in the guild, but, he is fairly quiet and pays attention in dungeon runs. If the occasional raunchy chat get's going in his guild, if he even pays attention to it, I just suggest that he move to his alt and level that one up. So far, it has been a non-issue for us.
He is just as happy to play outside as he is to play on the computer. Winter months he is online a little more but, that is normal I think with the weather and how dark it gets.
Jun 18th 2010 1:44AM Oh I agree. I have 2 boys who were 1 year apart. I never "potty-trained" them or made them sit on the potty in the living room or bathroom. I let them come in the bathroom with me and watch me. Their dad showed them how to sit on the toilet, how to pee in the toilet. They went at their own pace. We never once had either of the 2 boys ever wet their bed.
We used pull ups and both of them were fully potty trained by 18 months-2 years old. NO stress, no yelling, and by the time they went to pre-school they were ready to go. Easy and simple.
Mar 16th 2010 1:52AM I tried putting Oatmeal, egg, and lemon juice on my face. My sister and I were trying "at-home facials" and we found a few things that all had different ways to help and smashed them together in a bowl and slathered it on. It looked terrible and didn't do anything at all except make us laugh.
Needless to say, we have since found some great products for our faces, but that mixture in the bowl and the first smear on our face is memorable!
Feb 26th 2010 4:04PM Forget the blue, I want the giant plushie!!!!!!!!!!!
Mine is still en route, darn slow mail!
Jan 27th 2010 5:53PM I agree, like the Drama section too. Most of us do not have Drama and it is always fun to have a peek at what the "other" guilds have going on. The random acts of Uberness is a great addition, can't we have both?
Jan 19th 2010 10:05AM I should form a group for him? yes, Trade chat would love that.
/2 I am the mom of a 10 year old, he would like to do a dungeon, need group he can join, pst.
Yes, that would work well....trade chat is usually so helpful too....
That is the point of the random dungeons, you have a higher geared person, a lower geared one and then the others in the middle. It is supposed to be balanced.
Jan 19th 2010 8:09AM I have to agree with Mr. Rossi. Those of us who raid need to remember that some people play the game for fun. It is a game. I have a 10 year old son who has a level 68 mage, and since the Dungeon finder came out, his poor little guy has been booted out of heroics (that he waited 35+ mins for) for just not putting out enough DPS.
I just want to shake those people. He follows along, he reads the chat window and if someone says to sheep or this way, he does it. He knows the basics, but, with the BOA gear and slowly replacing it with Blues and the new dungeon items, (and me logging on his toon and tweaking it as I go) he still manages to do decently. Just not good enough for some people and their alts who seem fit to /vote to kick a mage.
You do not know who is on the other side of the character.
If you are one of those who really have no patience with randoms, grab a group of your guildies and do a random together. Random is just not the dungeon, it is also referring to the players.
Jan 14th 2010 9:10AM Just watched it, I LOVE IT. Great job.
FOR THE ALLIANCE!
Jan 2nd 2010 8:35PM DOuble Win. Grunty and the MC dog for the authenticator!
Jan 2nd 2010 8:34PM FIGHT!!!!!!!!!!!!!!