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Breakfast Topic: Slowbies, what's first on your Cataclysm to-do list? {WoW}

Oct 6th 2010 9:07AM Sneak into Outland and grind fishing levels while I wait for things to calm down. Hunt down King Krush, of course, too.

Cataclysm Beta: New titles in build 13066 {WoW}

Sep 25th 2010 8:32PM I don't know, Sinestra is pretty important. Only living consort of Deathwing.

...I was sort of hoping she'd ally with you and help him killing, like Alexstrasza versus Malygos (course, Alexstrasza isn't evil...)

Cataclysm Beta: Last call for Quel'thalas {WoW}

Sep 24th 2010 1:33PM ...I'll miss Quel'thalas. I found it when I decided to zone-swim to Eversong Woods for a dragonhawk on my lowbie hunter...

Breakfast Topic: What features from other games would be fun in WoW? {WoW}

Sep 22nd 2010 11:56AM I'd like to be able to capture reputation quartermasters with PokeBalls and force them to fight each other to death. Then take all the loot.

Breakfast Topic: Have you visited any old friends lately? {WoW}

Sep 18th 2010 10:26AM Went and hanged out with Whitemane, but she was kinda a jerk. Wouldn't even give me her hat. Just babbled about how I'll pay and how I'm an infidel. It's like she didn't even bother to look at my nameplate and realize I was lvl80. Honestly, Hakkar was more polite. He was pissed about the whole "kill you for loot" thing, but he let me borrow one of his kids. Kid's all like "I can shoot lightning, yo!" but he was annoying as hell.

So I went to go hang out with the Forge of Souls guys and I'm like "gimmie a scorpid" and they're like "nuuuu!" Sucks. So I'm like "fuck you!" and kill them and they drop caster gear, of course. Paletress is also like "no~ no banner of victory for you" but that was okay cause I'm like "I already have it~"

So I go to hang out with Mandokir and listen up - he tries to kill me! He's a fucking psycho! Kael and I put him out of his misery and he gave us some cobra bow thing. Worth a few gold to vendors.

Deadlock, my wind serpent, kept nagging me about going back to wailing caverns. So I did. Stupid bastard STILL won't drop those boots that got ninjad from me so long ago. It's like "give me my fucking boots!" Seriously.

So I go find a bud and walk up to the beast. He's all "I'm hungry I'm gonna eat you!" so I'm like "lol macro" and he's like "okay we're best friends now like this is Pokemon or something."

Now I'm running around trying to make gnomes love me. Fucking gnomes, hating on me. I need rep. The mounts from them will be enough for my albino drake. :/

Breakfast Topic: What is your city of choice? {WoW}

Sep 17th 2010 10:12AM I adore Shattarath. Flying, portals, close proximity to places I have to go grind mounts...

Breakfast Topic: Are children welcome in your guild? {WoW}

Sep 15th 2010 8:57AM As long as they're mature. I've found that most of the immature players I've met have been men. Of course, we get the occasional (very) dirty joke, so if they don't like that, tough luck.

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Sep 14th 2010 12:18PM /entered

Breakfast Topic: Why won't they play? {WoW}

Sep 13th 2010 2:09PM "My computer can't run it."

For my friends, this is true, too :/

Breakfast Topic: It's not us, it's you {WoW}

Aug 18th 2010 8:02PM I've been mainly in four guilds in three years (Alliance-side, anyhow) - not a bad score, but I don't raid much. At first, I was in a guild called . The guild did a merge. I hadn't ever felt welcome there, so I left. Being a noob, I decided to see what starting a giuld would be like. lasted a few months, but it was lonely. A few friends quit. I sighed, queried around. Looked for a social, nice guild.

I joined . My best experience in guilds, ever. This was the guild I hit 80 in. A lot of other members did too...and the active members are transferred off to different guilds, raiding guilds. The guild master stopped ever coming online. We were gutted, no one left. Eventually, I joined one of the semi-casual (ICC) raiding guilds my friends went on as a casual bystander-type. was its name. It's not as warm and friendly as The Art Of Running Away, but I do get the opportunity to talk to the friends I made there.

I've found raiding too tedious and full of jerks for me.