Mar 11th 2011 9:43AM Unless she is 100% positive they will be supportive, she should absolutely, no way, no how, come out to her family if she is in anyway financially dependent on them.
Explain this to her and make sure she understands this before coming out to them.
You are a good friend.
Mar 6th 2011 8:26AM When you compare the Goblins and Worgen are both portrayed after their starting zone, the Worgen come up short.
Its obvious the devs had a lot more fun implementing the Goblins. They have all of Azshara to level in after their starting zone where the Worgen have to share with NEs.
Goblin models are much more detailed and have much more options than Worgen. And the Worgen female is completely rushed and unfinished.
Aug 4th 2010 5:22AM Agree.
I think its good Blizzard is cracking down on this. There is no reason for "cybersex" in any public channels.
I just wish the would be consistent in enforcing the RP rules on RP servers. Cracking down on non RPers who interfere with people RPing. Enforcing the naming rules on RP servers etc..
It works both ways.
They have done very little to encourage RP on RP servers so its a bit annoying that the first time they do involve themselves with anything substantial, its to prohibit the RPers instead of taking actions to encourage RP.
Mar 17th 2010 9:27AM Rogues, Pallys and Druids for me.
Have rolled mutilple ones of each and get to about lvl 16-20 and lose interest.
Feb 6th 2010 5:40PM Hard to say. The event is totally different this year.
Dec 1st 2009 11:57AM Talk about abuse of a feature.
Why is this downranked.
I use the /afk reporting feature exactly as it is intended. To report people afk.
Dec 1st 2009 8:16AM In AV and IoC I usually wait until I'm mid field before I report the cave/fort dwellers. If you aren't running out with the rest of the team you aren't helping.
For the other BGs I just check the map every once and awhile and if I see someone in the same spot (other than a flag) more than once, Ill report.
With the exception of AV, 2min isnt that long to find someone to fight with.
Oct 13th 2009 8:56AM You should contact their customer service department, this may be a bug that they are unaware of.
Oct 13th 2009 8:55AM No actually your computer's security is your responsability, not Blizzards. You clicked on the sexleg, you gave your password to your friend, you bought gold from a farmer.
Seriously the Authenticator is the best thing since sliced bread. Worth ever copper.
Oct 13th 2009 8:52AM So set up a new email with a shorter name.