Dec 24th 2010 4:28PM hai
Dec 24th 2010 4:27PM hai
Dec 24th 2010 4:25PM hai
Dec 8th 2010 12:27PM I know I'm posting under the wrong topic, but I need help quickly. I just bought a new computer, but want to maximize my cata playing time. What is the fastest way to get me back in the game? Can I just yank the hard drive from my old PC and connect it to the new one (both are SATA drives), or am I stuck downloading vanilla and 3 xpacs all over again?
Dec 8th 2010 12:38AM gimmie!
Dec 8th 2010 12:33AM I want that badly!
Nov 24th 2010 7:24PM I enjoyed getting pwned by Gamon. Dude's been working out!
Nov 23rd 2010 1:49PM So, is there anything to DO today besides get on my ground mount and look around?
Sep 1st 2010 8:23AM The problem is that the word "nerd" is viewed incorrectly by so many people. My name isn't Gilbert and I don't wear a pocket-protector and pledge the Alpha Betas. I love WoW and talk about it with many of my friends. I also play sports, workout, have my own pad, and a good job.
But, if anyone cares to call me a nerd, that's just fine with me. I'll be running my company while they get in barfights.
They call us dork, a spazz or a geek. Stand up and be proud, don't be meek
Aug 13th 2010 11:14AM For those of you whole feel like grinding is "like work" or a "chore", i must say to you: join a different guild. Whenever I'm grinding for god-knows-what, I take a look at who is online and throw out a comment (be it off color or not) and let the discussions fly. Tired of fishing? Ask if SC2 is a good game. Grinding rep? Talk about how the alli/horde are just a bunch of 10 year olds. The one thing that a good guild can provide that npc's cannot, you never know what they're going to say next...