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Around Azeroth: Can't find my way home {WoW}

Jul 18th 2009 3:33PM That is one nice picture. I always liked Azshara because it reminded me Autumn.

Rampage battlegroup experiencing outages this afternoon {WoW}

Jul 18th 2009 3:26PM Me and a couple guildies were in Gundrak when this chaos started. One of warlocks was apparently "roller skating around the instance while in Drain Soul animation." There goes my heroic daily D :

Drama Mamas: Of phone calls and slanderers {WoW}

Jul 17th 2009 8:22PM I agree totally with you, in fact I ranked you up Almoderate. I guess I should have tackled that whole problem in the beginning because looking back on my comments, I failed to address the other players in the raid, really I was just talking about the way I myself handle phone calls in WoW.

In regards to other players of course I would let them know if why I afked or If I was going to and I would more than gladly excuse myself from the raid. When I say a phone call takes priority over WoW it means I will pick it up when it rings. Answering a phone call is different than having a conversation on the phone. Whether it is important enough to afk depends on the call. I apologize for failing to mention anything about other raiders now I feel like a complete douchebag. I can see the impression I put on you guys (selfish douche bag internet prick = me)

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Drama Mamas: Of phone calls and slanderers {WoW}

Jul 17th 2009 8:01PM What is it with you people and assuming that the way I handle phone calls when playing WoW translates to other activites? I'm an avid basketball player and most of the time calls are ignored when I'm playing games with my homies. However when I play WoW I am more inclined to pick up my phone because in my perspective WoW is a videogame that is played casually and I will afk or not depending on what situations occur. I mean for chrissake I'm sitting down at my desk when I play WoW, and when I'm playing basketball I'm dribbling up and down a court at the local park. Which situation would leave you more inclined to pick up a phone if you were to do so?

Most of you are being quite histrionic in regards to my comment. Don't twist it and make assumptions about the way I live my life. If my phone rings during a raid, I will most likely take the action of picking it up. If it isn't important I'll tell the person on the phone I'm busy, if it is I would take no hesitation in afking in a raid. Perhaps I worded my first comment wrongly. But please do not be so melodramatic as to assume that's how I live my life.

edit* Sorry for the repost. blast this reply system!

Drama Mamas: Of phone calls and slanderers {WoW}

Jul 17th 2009 7:59PM What is it with you people and assuming that the way I handle phone calls when playing WoW translates to other activites? I'm an avid basketball player and most of the time calls are ignored when I'm playing games with my homies. However when I play WoW I am more inclined to pick up my phone because in my perspective WoW is a videogame that is played casually and I will afk or not depending on what situations occur. I mean for chrissake I'm sitting down at my desk when I play WoW, and when I'm playing basketball I'm dribbling up and down a court at the local park. Which situation would leave you more inclined to pick up a phone if you were to do so?

Most of you are being quite histrionic in regards to my comment. Don't twist it and make assumptions about the way I live my life. If my phone rings during a raid, I will most likely take the action of picking it up. If it isn't important I'll tell the person on the phone I'm busy, if it is I would take no hesitation in afking in a raid. Perhaps I worded my first comment wrongly. But please do not be so melodramatic as to assume that's how I live my life.

Drama Mamas: Of phone calls and slanderers {WoW}

Jul 17th 2009 2:20PM Oh and Peagle, how does that apply to how I live my life? Were all talking about one thing here WoW. WoW.com. WoW Raiding. WoW PvP. I'm talking about how I answer my phone when I play WoW. The way I handle things when doing other things are different than how I handle things when I'm playing a character in a video game.

That is unless you sir believe that WoW is life. Then I have no argument against you.

Drama Mamas: Of phone calls and slanderers {WoW}

Jul 17th 2009 2:13PM Are you guys kidding me? Grow up and stop using the whole "ARE YOU GONNA ANSWER YOUR PHONE IN A MOVIE THEN?!" argument. No I am not going to but I sure as hell am when I'm playing a video game.

Also when did I ever say I was going to stay on the phone for 20 minutes and chat it up with the local pizza hut about how my pizza is going to be delivered soon. Ill answer the phone and still play WoW no problem. But if its an important pressing call or a real life issue I will afk and I won't be sorry.

All I'm saying is you never know who is on the other end of the telephone line. I may be raiding but I will still pick up my phone. The conversation that follows is a whole different story.

Drama Mamas: Of phone calls and slanderers {WoW}

Jul 17th 2009 1:21PM I'm sorry. As soon as I get a phone call or any type of occurrence in real life it immediately takes priority over whatever I happen too be doing in WoW. Whether it be a short unimportant phone call or a long pressing one, I can guarantee that I will be that one player who afked out on Saph because of real life stuff.

The possibility of a life changing phone call (whether it be good or bad) > downing a raid boss in a videogame. I love WoW just as much as the next guy but when something is up, I gotta put away the mouse and keyboard and man up to other challenges in life.

WoW, Casually: What Patch 3.2 means for casuals {WoW}

Jun 25th 2009 12:43PM In America, and especially on the Internet, we also have the right to flame any idiot who says first in their post (that includes any idiot trying to defend it and say that we censor everything). Lets be honest, the internet is one of the most uncensored sources of information out there, don't take it personally we just dislike the word first in people's posts.

Oh, and welcome to Wowinsider.

Douche.

PS: I'm pretty sure the writer of the article has the right to remove whatever comment he or she wants. Especially when the comment pertains to his or her own article.

The curious case of Ferarro {WoW}

May 31st 2009 3:06PM Seriously, it's not that bad.