Dec 20th 2010 1:31PM Darren, sounds like your guild is just like ours. Its so awesome to hang out with people not only sharing the same interest in the game, but are genuinely good people. We have so much fun together. Its rare to be seen, it seems.
I will say, I voted for the people. Perks are just another incentive, but honestly I'd still be in the guild hanging out with my friends that I've known now for four years. Man, seems like just yesterday we met. lol
Jun 24th 2010 2:50PM My husband and I had a very similar experience. He lived in South Africa and I was here in Los Angeles, so it was damn hard being apart for those years. Now that we've been married for four years (our anniversary is in November), I look back fondly to our time together in WoW. And that doesn't include the many fond memories I have with wonderful friends I've made over the years since Vanilla WoW.
Dec 13th 2009 1:24AM I refuse to go to the forums anymore. It just isn't worth my time. The quality of the posters is so low, it isn't even funny. They're rude, inappropriate and downright narcasist. Their views are NOT that important, nor is their trolling.
That said, there are plenty of us who have rational discussions outside the forums (via guild sites, fan sites, etc.) that could enrich the forums with real concerns, real solutions, and real positive interaction. Thus creating what a REAL fan community would look like.
Sigh. I hope Blizzard does get a "forum police" not so much to slap people about, but to remind those trolls that they owe the very game they're bashing, including its creative team who use their creative genius to produce such a fantastic product, that this is a place where real people read, interact, and enjoy.
Aug 7th 2009 12:24AM You know, this study better not be funded with public money, because this is a pathetic stretch to how gangs form and how regular people just socialize in network groups. You might as well make the correlation that people who join business associations are like gangs. Its asinine to link WoW and the depravity of gangs.
As far as I'm concerned, this is just an excuse to find something "nefarious" within WoW, so that politicians can point to something to justify regulations.
Its insulting to the intelligence, to say the least.
Jul 3rd 2009 4:42PM Frankly, I would pay extra for this type of service. I've long wanted to show my coworkers how to play this game and streaming it would solve that issue. Also, I'm dying to do AH and admin functions during my lunch hour at work, or raid while traveling and again, this service would answer that issue. Bottom line is that there are many out in the world who would utilize this service and I hope that Blizzard is looking into this. I would pay more money monthly to them for this service. Why? Because its good business.
Dec 23rd 2008 10:47AM I remember 40 mans. It was mind-numbing hours of raiding for only a couple of epics that always went to the top elites of the guild. VERY few people ever saw end-game content and actually enjoyed it. Those of us on the bottom of the totem pole were mostly left with frustration, fetigue, and a very large repair bill. NO THANKS!