Jul 3rd 2009 12:06AM I don't feel like there are harsh enough words to describe how much I hate twitter.
Apr 7th 2009 8:16PM Yeah, I want to support a group who hands out fake comic books to elementary students with cartoons of a mother killing a rabbit saying "Your mommy kills animals!" (there is one about Dads too).
"Ask your Daddy why he's hooked on killing!"
I feel like any parent who beat the piss out of a Peta freak who gave that to their kid would be 100% justified.
Peta is a piece of sh*t organization full of piece of sh*t people.
They want to legally change the name of fish to "sea kittens" to get people to stop eating them.
ugh... just... ugh
Apr 3rd 2009 9:10PM It's PITA not PETHA. PITA = Pain in the a$$.
Apr 2nd 2009 8:46AM Zach, your post sounds eerily similar to most of the whiny QQ posts on the forums yesterday from people who refuse to have a sense of humor.
Mar 18th 2009 12:21PM Looking at/listening to Amy Winehouse makes me want to vomit.
Mar 8th 2009 3:13AM "There seems to be a shifting of priorities in Blizz where things are made easier to suit casual players."
Here it is again, moronic use of "casual". "Casual" does not mean a lazy player. "Lazy player" means "lazy player". I'm a casual who gets on to raid and quest or level alts and I by no means want them to drop flight paths or lower the cooldown on the hearthstone.
I don't think they should make instances (or BG's) instant access from anywhere in the world. I don't think any of this dumbing the game down crap should be happening at all. What these people want is Guildwars, and that's exactly what they should be playing.
Casual players (like myself) want a challange, we want to be able to get loot, but we don't want it handed to us. We want to play and enjoy the game just like anyone else, and most of us (and by us, I mean the majority player base) recognize the fact that there should be harder content and better rewards for people willing to put in the effort to get it (hardcores).
The problem is that the lazy players are the vocal majority of the forums, so you idiots (you hardcore elitists who think that if we aren't on 5 nights a week for 6 hours a night, and I'm not exxagerating, that used to be my play schedule pre-bc) just assume that lazy player = casual.
I'm sorry, but being limited to one, two ,or three nights a week and still being able to raid 10/25 man content, do professions, level alts, etc, etc is casual.
I'm sick of being told that because I only play a couple of nights a week that I want everything handed to me.
Mar 2nd 2009 5:15AM Haha Dragon Warrior, that was my first RPG, I loved that game! Damn slimes.
Feb 12th 2009 12:16PM In PvP Arcane Mages needed a bigtime nerf, in PvE they didn't need to be touched, they were perfectly fine the way they were.
It's too bad that Arena balance continues to dictate class balance in PvE.
Speaking of nerfs, why didn't anything happen to ret paladins?
Jan 21st 2009 7:55PM Rag-tag casuals? How about ruining classes to "balance" the game around the arena?
"Hardcore PvPers" are no-life under 21 males who suck at every other aspect of the game. People who suck at fps's and don't have enough friends to play D&D.
See? I can make idiotic assumptions about people that aren't based on fact too.
The reality is that Arenas and ez-mode pvp gear DID ruin PvP in WoW. It basically balanced the game around what goes on in a minigame. It also made world PvP outside of grief ganking (see under 21 males who suck at every other aspect of the game) non-existant.
TLDR good riddance arenas, let's focus on world PvP.
Dec 30th 2008 11:21PM Yay socialism and budget cuts to the military (I can't wait to lose my benefits) /cheers