Oct 20th 2010 5:31AM "When Hamuul reaches the designated meeting place in Ashenvale (Moonglade having been eschewed due to Remulos not wanting to get involved in mortal squabbles), both sides are attacked by a band of orcs and slaughtered. Hamuul is left for dead in a mass grave."
How can he be a quest giver in cataclysm if he dies here?!
Sep 5th 2010 4:29AM I make a point out of telling every recruit that I expect him to show pug players the same respect as he shows me regardless of the situation.
Doesn't mean he can't defend himself or talk back to players being obnoxious, but I'd rather they stay quiet and perform well in a group than starting a flame war.
And it has given us a strong reputation.
May 20th 2010 3:18AM Someone should be sacked for showing this graph to anyone. Now even more people will think that battleground effectiveness is measured in killing blows... :(
Apr 27th 2010 1:19AM Strangely, I find the fact that sites break down because of wow.com links quite amusing. No offense, but it really speaks for itself :)
Mar 26th 2010 2:34AM I am fairly sure that doesn't mean 96 days /played, but starting with MUDs back in the day and play your way through MMOs from the very beginning.
Mar 2nd 2010 1:34AM I enjoy that myself, being the recruiter.
Having female players in my guild seems to make it a tad calmer. Unfortunately we no longer have any active raiding girls/women, as they have come and gone.
I remember very fondly one player we pugged for some hard mode Ulduar 10s, a mage who came on vent and then started speaking with the softest voice and the guild chat went crazy. To top that off she also displayed presicion and cleverness in both movement and rotations.
To me it adds one very important thing in a guild, diversity. But you need more than just one, or they end up getting overrun. So when I see 40/60 female/male ratios in wow, I have to ask if that is the case in raiding as well, or if they are doing something else.