Dec 18th 2009 10:30PM I'm a lvl 63 Holy Priest and was healing Slave Pens earlier today and someone accidently pulled the last boss and wiped us all because me and the tank was AFK. I came back and released and was told by the group that I should be the one to walk back to the entrance then walk all the way to the last boss and resurrect them so they wouldn't have to walk back.
Anyways, I decide to the be the nice (and not lazy) person to walk all the way back to the boss and then I realize that their bodies are way behind the boss and there would be no way of possibly resurrecting them without pulling the boss. I tell them this and they encourage me to try anyways. So, I inch closer and closer towards the boss to see if I can get within range and then VROOM!*!&*&@*! he comes and beats me into the ground.
I tell them that I tried and they ask me to come back and try again. I tell them that it would be much easier if we all released and walked back to the boss together. Every single person one by one left the group after I said that.
The nerdrage that overcame me was so bad that I felt like slamming my face into the monitor. :(
Oh and then there was the time I had a Unholy DK tank with 22 unspent talent points.... I won't even get into that.
Dec 18th 2009 5:03AM This is the most interesting thing to happen to twitter, well, ever.
Dec 13th 2009 12:37PM Looks like I found my first reason to switch back to Firefox. :(
Nov 23rd 2009 4:22PM Here's how to do it: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bGYHC46_TEY
No hacks, just using auto-unstuck.
Nov 21st 2009 1:16PM I completely agree. I wasn't trying to get at that it was difficult on a Mac. I was more so surprised that the Mac store willingly just moved a few files into a folder for him.
I'm on Windows but still imagined it's the exact same on Mac, and tried over and over to explain how simple it was but he wouldn't have none of it. lol.
Nov 21st 2009 12:57PM When I started playing the first person I befriended was a Mac user. I told him about addons and helpful questhelper and a few other addons would be and it completely went over his head, he had no clue how to install them or anything even with my explanation. He ended up taking his computer into the Apple store and they did it for him, lol.
I guess that's where that extra $1000 cost goes, the support.
Nov 18th 2009 4:44PM Exactly. Back before Chrome came out I never thought Firefox as clunky and slow, but now......
Nov 18th 2009 4:38PM I'm hopeful that they'll really improve it, for real this time. I'm hopeful after seeing Windows 7 & Microsoft Security Essentials