Sep 27th 2010 7:51AM SnackPatrol - It works that way, whether you want it or not. Can I force a player to buff or you force a player to make a portal? No. - Do we need friends in wow, yes. My reality is that people do whatever they want, in real life and in wow, sometimes, somebody offends another, bad luck, get over it.
Sep 27th 2010 6:23AM To Snackpatrol - It is annoying to portal people sometimes, due to the grouping thing. I never really sit in a town and wait, but login on my mage to do something. I just ignore people asking for portals, if I'm busy or waiting for a random that would break for a portal. I help people alot, boost for free and portal sometimes for free. To portal people all play time and do it for free would be a joke and an abuse of my desired progress or whatever I want to do in the game. If I stand next to a guy who ask me to make a portal, I do it if it doesn't break my random queue or I'm able to be group leader quickly. You can't expect any player to run around do sacrifices. In a raid or 5 man, I see lazy people who could buff, but doesn't and some because it cost a reagent, "saving up gold". As paladin, you use 50 or more reagents on a busy day and get pissed when you play hunter and don't get a single buff over 5+ times groupings.
May 15th 2009 1:47AM Exorcism got exploited, taking out 1 team player from opposing team each 15 seconds - tested with 10 paladins of course.
As a 80 Paladin you should try being near 2 casters, for example a mage and priest / warlock.
You can't bubble - you can't heal - now you can't even kill one of them and you only have 6-7 seconds to run away.
I consider stacking haste...
Why I have seen so many mages recently?
Apr 27th 2009 4:02AM Dropping below 1500 rating and then buy a new team charter was - strange - cheating. Was evolving into a 'standard procedure' for most people.
This is better.
Just grind as intended instead of using the double time on finding and doing shortcuts. You are supposed to die sometimes in wow, you know...
Apr 26th 2009 11:19PM Omfg - The talent reset - I did like 8 new and have to do it again.
The Exorcism: Help, let me play my paladin. Don't touch me!
Seriously, playing paladin in pvp is like stun stun, bubble - mage dispel buble - warlock fear, hit 3 times on warlock, warrior stun, warrior hit me 5k while warlock and mage fire of 3 spells each, while incoming 1 of the 10k crits, I try to heal, but druid interupts and im dead. Give us a mega shield or big nuclear explosion then.
Stay away from me.
Jan 27th 2009 10:32PM I have played about 1 year of Wow and when I reached 70 with my first high level char I made it an art to find, get and put on - some decent gear. I took what was within reach. I tried arena also.
Now, with another second high level char, I took that to 80, I see theres more options or you can buy at AH, get from professions, much better gear for your level than before wotlk.
Now I was able to make 20k honor within a day, before it was like 5-10k with more time used. And the restrictions with certain BG marks you earlier had to pay are gone.
Anyway, theres still an imbalance in the game when the arena 'veterans' goto BG's or go out in the world to kill.
I dont whine because my char die alot, but I'm clever enough to realize that gear is what counts and that most of the best geared people got theirs by playing arena. And those same people also go out in the world and get instances done and get some specific gear items for even better gear or more sets of gear.
I can't compete with that. Period. Arena 'veterans' got it first, they win...
After playing more years of Wow, or at least similar years of arena as the other 'veteran' guy - then I would stand a chance.
Another option is to pay a guy for a service of putting gear on my char, but that I pass.
Last option is to go suffer in the arena and play, play until the ratings go high - yeah - first they go very low. But how I get time to explore more Wow world and time to level professions then. And get my reputations up, get my recipes and enchants... Oh, well - I know - I'm 3 years behind. You win...