Aug 6th 2011 9:52AM It depends. On all my characters, I usually run with a pvp and a pve spec. My pve spec is coming from ElitistJerks 99% of the time, since the raw numbers are what matters most in pve. My pvp spec tho is mostly what I feel comfortable with.
Jun 13th 2011 8:10AM When I found out about the disgusting oozeling aura (makes you green!), I immediately started farming it for my warlock. Three days and a bazillion dead slimes later, I held it in my hands and it never left my side for the last three and a half years. I just HAD to have it.
Apr 25th 2011 9:41AM @Scooter "You don't need to threaten the guy just let him know you will act should he make an attempt."
You will act? Sorry, I find that silly chestbumping-talk. If seduction works, it works because of two people wanting it. There is no innocence in being seduced. You act like you have to protect your innocous wife from the threats of cyber-lurkers, but that dog won't hunt: when she's susceptible to advances, the damage is done. Fight for her love, sure, but don't be silly and chestbump with the texting guildmate. That just makes you look like a fool.
Apr 25th 2011 9:27AM I respectfully disagree. If the wife lets the ****ing around happen, well, it WILL happen again. There are reasons for behaviour like that. I basically see two options: (1) let it play and be sure to let wifey know that you know - she will have to decide what happens; (2) decide yourself.
To engage the guildmate who's texting in a "you or me, in this town" conversation will only delay the inevitable.
Mar 30th 2011 8:29AM Playing since early BC, I've been in two guilds so far. My first guild was raiding 25 man in BC, which on our small RP-PVP server was already considered fairly "elite". I've met some ig friends there, but it was always a little impersonal.. raiding was, what really mattered. With WotLK, the guild broke up, and getting frustrated at my chances as a PUG raider on a very small RP_PVP server, I made the decision to switch to the biggest RP-PVP server we have in EU. With me came two guys I felt close to, from the old guild. We spent the most of WotLK as PUG raiders and freelance PVPers, with some success but ultimately, I felt I need a real guild. So I chose the conservative way and wrote a thread in the official forums.
As someone answered, I had a testraid and they were fantastic. Witty, mature folks with a large guild consisting of mostly casuals and a few who liked raiding. But nothing smelled of "elitism" here, they were crunching hardmodes family-style.
I applied, my older teammates too, and we joined them some weeks before 4.0 hit. What they have done for me? Well, they are the reason I log on. Without them, WoW is really just a fancy game. But chatting and being on TS basically is where the fun is. This year, we'll have a RL guild meeting and it's going to be awesome.. I personally think the social aspect is far more important than whatever e-peen you're trying to achieve ingame.
Feb 20th 2011 2:56AM Sounds like you need a new guild mate.
Jan 7th 2011 9:16AM Thats not strange, thats godawful. Seriously Blizzard, what was your reasoning behind this clumsy, awfully hard to keep up, Bloodlust-benefit-raping mechanic?
Just get rid of it already >>
Dec 28th 2010 1:19PM this, a thousand times this.
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Dec 20th 2010 6:24AM I'm interested in questing through the new old world on my main, but I fear that I'll run into problems with already completed, pre-cata quests. Is there reason to worry? Or are the new questlines easily doable for anyone, regardless of previous questing in pre-cata times?