Sep 3rd 2011 9:10AM Livestock works for me. Not as many options as Guppet, but it's not being updated, so what can you do?
Aug 30th 2011 12:50AM I agree with most of this (don't have any experience with the older vs younger guild members issue). I love people to respond to a 'hi' when I log on because i think of my guild as a group of friends, but if they don't I assume they are pugging, questing, chatting to someone else, washing up, putting kids to bed, on the phone, etc etc etc. If it's a pattern over days or weeks, then I assume there is something going on and ask them (in person if it is an individual or via the guild forum if it seems to be more widespread) if it matters to me or ignore it if it doesn't.
You can't mandate hi's and gratz - I want people to greet me because they want to, not because they are made to, and I expect people to be adult enough to deal with it without throwing a hissy fit if it isn't happening. It's not always about you....
Jun 16th 2011 5:03AM I loved Vashj'ir, and strangely the 3D didn't bother me - strangely because I get lost everywhere, constantly. In caves, in cities, running back into instances after a wipe - you name it, I've been lost there. For some reason, the 3D just seemed to work for me. Working out that the cave entrances were marked by plants etc helped too. I did it all solo though, so perhaps with a partner it would have been harder.
As for the quest lines, I tend to find lots of them tedious - these didn't seem any worse than the Hyjal quests. And it was fun zooming around on a seahorse and being inside Respirah.
Jun 15th 2011 7:39AM Couldn't agree more - I can never remember what the icons mean
May 28th 2011 8:33PM I like to learn the logic behind each talent choice and how each talent point affects my play. I also use levelling to practice skills relevant to the class - mana management, pet control, whatever.
I don't want a speed levelling guide, but I like sites that actually give you good advice as you level. It makes me a better player.
May 26th 2011 10:11AM I don't role play as such, but I always log out my toons in places they would like to spend time. In TB there is a tent with a fire inside near the forge and my Tauren often logged out there so as to stand around the fire with friends and talk. In Org my mage likes to log out near the fishing daily guy - she can chat away happily telling fish tales while I'm at work.
When I was hunting the time lost on my dk, if I logged out I would find a safe, snowy hill and then light a campfire before logging (never got the drake though).
May 19th 2011 10:47AM The bones is exactly why I don't have any undead characters
May 12th 2011 8:28AM I did that one last night - the whole chain had me so sad thinking how awful it must have been for the poor townspeople as well as Pamela herself