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Breakfast Topic: Is there a class you just can't play? {WoW}

Mar 4th 2011 8:21AM I am terrible at playing Rogues and Warriors.

Breakfast Topic: Has Deathwing caught up with you yet? {WoW}

Mar 3rd 2011 8:29AM I was working on my Archaeology in Tanaris when I heard a dragon roar. I looked up and Deathwing was flying through the sky, breathing fire. Sadly, I wasn't close enough to be killed.

Server Status: Up {WoW}

Mar 23rd 2010 3:53PM I can log onto my server (Moon Guard) only if I log into a zone other than Dalaran. If I try logging into a character that logged off in Dalaran then I get stuck on the loading screen, but any character not in Dalaran logs in just fine.

WoW, Casually: Deciding to raid as a parent {WoW}

Nov 10th 2009 9:20AM This is a great post!

My husband and I used to do a lot of raiding when Wrath was first released, but ended up getting a bit burnt out and took a break. Lately I've been wanting to get back into the raiding scene, but I had several factors to consider. Firstly, I am now pregnant with our first child and while I do technically have time to raid at the moment, I wonder if it's something I really want to get back into and if I'd be able to continue raiding once the baby is born. I was leaning towards the side of no, I would not be able to continue it. This is our first child after all, and I am going to have a lot of learning to do after the baby is born. Your post pretty much solidified my choice. You bring up a lot of considerations that I didn't even think about when I started considering going back to raiding and I am really glad that you did bring them up.

Raiding it seems, is just not going to be an aspect of the game that I am going to be able to participate in right now and... I'm ok with that. There are lots of other less time consuming things that I can take part in both while pregnant and after the baby is born.

Thanks for the post :)