Jun 17th 2009 4:43PM ^-^ I never avoided the roads for this reason, staying just off them in the bushes is probably the best way to be safe..since you can duck if someone's coming, but you have the lesser enemy density that the road provides.
Jun 17th 2009 4:42PM Another tip. Quest where no one else is questing. You're going to get ganked in STV. You will get left alone in Desolace.
Enemy players 10 levels or less higher than you that you can't beat can get slaughtered by your town and neutral town guards.
If someone is camping you, go do something else. Take a 10 minute break. Quest elsewhere..They think they're making you mad, when you're just wasting their time while they stare at some unmoving pixels.
Jun 16th 2009 10:05AM Well thank you for this information. It'll be useful for me because while I love raiding, I also spend a whole lot of time alone, as much of my play time is in the mornings when my guildmates are at work or sleeping.(different work hours..)
Jun 16th 2009 10:04AM Yes.
Sometimes you just want to play alone. I solo and I raid. Both are interesting. Neither is a less valid way to play WoW.
Jun 16th 2009 10:03AM Most small blogs don't sell ad space, they use things like google to generate ads. Kick google and tell them to stop selling adspace to gold sellers.
...Let me know how that goes?
Jun 13th 2009 9:09AM I don't think much on my regular characters ages but Saelassar on Wyrmrest is fairly young for a blood elf. She's around 55 or so. Which isn't even quite an adult yet by all that I've read. She also doesn't like talking so..*shrugs* Hasn't spoken to much other than her animals and warcries since the sunwell went BOOM. Then again she likes the orcs..>.> Long story.
Jun 9th 2009 11:43AM I know my success at raiding is directly influenced by my success in real life. I'm more likely to make mistakes when I'm stressed.
Jun 9th 2009 11:40AM I don't like the terms casual and hardcore simply because they lend themselves to the superiority/inferiority crap that plagues forums so very easily. People NEVER fit into tidy little boxes.
I like the WoW, Casually column because it's often very important basic stuff that people regardless of playing style want to know.
May 29th 2009 4:18PM I do have SOME advice to people wanting to try this out:
DUAL BOOT. This will allow you to try it out without losing your current operating system(whether it's Vista, XP, Linux, or OS X)
OS X can be done with boot camp...and if you use linux as your primary OS you probably already know how to do it or find the information for it.
WoW really does run wonderfully on Windows 7. (Ventrilo also runs well.) Unfortunately, the graphics software I use for artwork does NOT. It won't install or run, so I moved back to vista. With a couple tweaks here and there vista works perfectly fine for WoW.
May 26th 2009 8:41PM Thanks! I was wondering what was going on. I have WoW.com, Kotaku, and a few other game/WoW things on feed and it was around azeroth...around azeroth...ar..was I getting deja vu? Going insane ..no, there really were like 7 of them.
I figured you guys would fix it. ^-^ Yay!