May 10th 2010 5:44AM I dream of the day that Blizzard's 3D artists learn how the hell a digitigrade leg is constructed, much less how it moves.
Sep 1st 2009 12:32AM Hefty list. Glad none of the podunk servers I play on are on it.
Aug 29th 2009 11:14PM Commenting, yay.
Funny how people come out of the woodwork when you offer free stuff. ;3
Aug 15th 2009 1:45AM The first words that spring to mind are "lol no," and I will stand by them.
The sad thing is that just enough of that list is technically plausible that some people will go for it hook, line, and sinker.
I mean honestly. FIVE MORE LEVELS, WOO, THAT SOUNDS ROCK-SOLID.
Aug 10th 2009 5:32PM Absolutely lame. The A-siders get an awesome monster race and the Horde gets...annoying green gnomes.
Screw you, Blizzard. I don't group with midgets.
Aug 8th 2009 9:27AM An NPC, of course. Ginger BE warlock in t5 and and the old Courier tabard somewhere in Undercity – either on the eastern promenade of the courtyard, waiting to rain hell on any Alliance that come through the gates; or patrolling the outer ring and periodically coming in to report an all-clear to Sylvanas. Either way he'd be on a purple skeletal warhorse, offer directions like a guard, and verbally rip the $&@# out of anyone who gave him lip about being an elf in the Dark Lady's service.
He'd give dirty looks to any RAS members he passed by on the way, possibly emoting a growl at them.
Aug 4th 2009 5:36AM Or maybe the twinks will just stay in the regular battlegrounds and not help out with objectives to spite everyone else.
IDK about you lot but waiting 2+ hours for a BG to pop in the 3x bracket is fscking bad enough as it is. Opting out of XP will only make that wait time even worse.
No thanks. I'll just stick around and avoid capping flags.
Aug 4th 2009 5:20AM Major congrats to you. Enjoy the years you're putting back onto your life expectancy!
My SO and I took up WoW because of cigarettes, actually: I was resistant to the expense of pay-to-play games, but he said he'd give up smoking [1-2 packs a day] in exchange for WoW. He did so cold turkey, exchanging a $1200/year vice for a $120/year one. I honestly didn't think he would make it more than a few months but here it is, two and a half years later, and he's still off the smokes.
Not a day goes by, he says, that he doesn't want one, and every month or two we go out to a hookah bar, but he's holding strong.
He tells people that he stays off the smokes because I'd make him quit WoW if he took them back up.
The truth is that his father was diagnosed with mouth cancer from decades of smoking – the same month that my SO quit – and in January '09, lost a nightmarish two-year battle after it spread into his lungs and throat.
Real life still trumps the game.
Aug 4th 2009 4:55AM Bear in mind, though, that the physical addiction will go away in, what, a month's time. The psychological addition is what keeps people coming back to cigarettes.
Hells, it's why smokers like me know we should quit but don't WANT to.