Aug 17th 2011 7:18AM I'm looking forward to seeing pallys and warriors with some tier one gear again!
May 30th 2011 3:12PM Sorry death I meant "troll" and iPhone is not a good typing device!
May 30th 2011 3:08PM O I'll just go and edit my post, nvm the technology doesnt exist. I knew there were error but thanks trolls!
May 30th 2011 2:37PM In our guild we had people like this. They seem to think there wants are more important than the guilds. They found out quick thats not how we ran things. They wee given warnings, and they persisted to think there ideas were right. Which isnt a big deal, but once they started to cause drama in the guild they were kicked.
If your guild has been together for a long time which it seems it has, is it just a few rotten apples causing the problems? If so, some times its easier to cut off a few apples then letting the whole tree die (bad comparison) But thats what we did, if you complain a lot and don't like how things are ran, your not a good fit for the guild and you shouldn't be here. And of story if they cant except them kick them!
May 7th 2011 7:07PM I agree with the write up. I play in a raiding guild. We expect a lot from all of our players, but nothing we dont expect from ourselves. This is how we build our guild on the backs of skilled players. We have been able to clear all the content so far, and a few heroic bosses. This is due simply to players doing there jobs at the right time. Tanks, healers and dps. This type of team work makes the game worth playing. Makes friendships stronger.
Random heroics, people arnt accountable to anyone. Before the dungeon finder heroics were the perfect time to do guild recruiting. Just picking people up in trade. They were from your server, they didn't want to be know as a bad player.
I feel that maybe we don't need a guild finder addon, maybe we just don't need a dungeon finder addon.
Even with this guild finder thing, people get offended when we want to run 3-4 heroics with them before they get a guild inv. Those are my two sense. Less is more. Less heroics but better quality ones would make the game more enjoyable to play.
May 7th 2011 11:03AM I have real life leadership experience to put on my real life resume. Wow leadership isn't like real life, unless you are a dictator with ultimate control. In what type of job can you just remove someone for not quite having the right fit. In real life people have rights in wow, I can remove someone just becaue the like to cause drama.
Plus most of the population is ignorant to gaming online. They only hear the brutal cases of wow players who get fired for playing to much.
Apr 29th 2011 4:21AM As someone who loves pvp this is one of my Fav events, me and my 5's team go into the BG's and crush people with zero resilience. We look forward to it every year.
Ill be the mage cranking out 70k shatter combos on the pve elite
Apr 20th 2011 5:50AM Mage for Life, for better or for worse. I have also seen the better and the worse. But still the most fun class to play imo, maybe i'll try a lock one day....
Mar 26th 2011 8:52AM The Tron Soundtrack on repeat.
Mar 22nd 2011 6:26PM I totally agree with you, as a mage myself If I make one mistake to a skilled player i often never come back from it.
Where as if your playing against an under-skilled player you may have a chance to regain control in the fight. But I have died to warlocks, hunters, Dk's, warriors and shadow priests, rogues a lot. Thats about 1/2 the classes. Just because You play a frost mage doesn't mean you can one shot a guy to death, guaranteed.
There is quite a bit of skill that goes into the playing of the Character.
Just like any other class.