Dec 26th 2010 7:19PM Preaaaaaase :)
Oct 23rd 2010 12:11PM The amount of effort put into these costumes is amazing, and every single one of them looks absolutely wonderful. Why fill the world with hate when there is so much creativity out there?
Oct 14th 2010 9:33AM Congratulations! :)
Wow's changed a lot of things for me, some bad, but most good. I've become less social yeah... but the good thing is WoW enabled me to meet the love of my life, even though he was from Australia and I was from the US. I've now moved to Australia, and we're getting married next week. :D Yay wow!
Oct 8th 2010 10:43AM @Kia
Well, like Vaeku said, you're on an RP server. It may be that you just need to switch realms, if you're looking for a change of pace. Hell, even a faction change might give you that satisfaction. Consider it. :)
If you don't want to change realms/factions, or can't afford to, then maybe you could start your own guild. Moon Guard is a fairly populated server - I'm sure there are people who are just as desperate for skilled guild progression as you are. And with you being in charge of the guild, that makes you free to make your own decisions about it. Just keep in mind that people will stay with you if they like the guild environment, and will leave if they do not.
Oct 5th 2010 8:07AM Had 2 kodos and 2 rams drop on my alt, but nothing on my main. :(
Oct 1st 2010 9:52PM *Smacks OP with a newspaper as well*
Yeah, take that!
Three years ago while I was questing in the Arathi Highlands, I ran into this really nice mage being poked at by horde. Together, we just stood there as they cryptically emoted at us, encouraging us to attack them and get our low level faces smashed in by their lvl 70 awesomeness.
After the whole ordeal, the mage and I began questing together. We learned that we had lots in common, aside from me being American and him being Australian. Regardless, we continued to talk, and eventually started falling for each other.
People meet real people in this game, and online relationships are just as real as non-online ones, no matter how many times you say it. I can tell you that from experience.
Our wedding is in 20 days, by the way.
Sep 27th 2010 12:04PM Trying to get through to you is like talking to a brick wall. Take care.
Sep 27th 2010 11:23AM Dearest SnackPatrol,
Your giant blocks of text are difficult to navigate without getting lost amidst an ocean of confusion and rage. I'll try my best once more to make it through your run-on sentences and excessive complaints.
While you may be right in that people in this game should probably be a little more generous, my complaint is in the way you expressed your opinion. Though it turned out a bit more entertaining than I thought it would be initially. Your frantic and dramatic response clearly shows the lack of maturity and restraint you have. Perhaps you should practice under-reacting a little more, it may help you come off a little more intellectual than you currently sound.
As for mages being selfish by not giving ports when asked: Like I said above, they pay just as much for the game as anyone else does. It is a video game, not a job. The question is not "how much do the reagents cost," nor is it "how long does it take to cast the portal spell." The real question you are failing to consider is this: Do mage players *really* want to spend their game time giving ports to people they don't know?
Clearly there are those out there who do not want to spend their game time dropping ports for people whenever asked, as you've run into these people before. The beauty of it is that they don't have to do it, and you shouldn't get your panties up in a bunch because they don't want to. If one mage says no, then move on, don't cry about it online.
So what if it takes a little longer to find a mage who *will* port you? It's better than getting to where you've got to go without a port, isn't it? Maybe people should stop being so selfish and stop expecting others to jump at their command.
Sep 27th 2010 5:42AM This is in response to SnackPatrol. I have been signed up for a long time, and decided to respond to your comment:
I'm not sorry. I don't like your attitude. It's the sort of attitude I'd expect from people who play annoying classes. I was surprised you weren't a fury warrior.
Good job, you were nice enough to lockpick stuff for people when you played the game. Too bad some of that kindness couldn't have crossed over to the way you addressed Sarabande's comment. Additionally, I find it pretty funny that you complained about people acting "all high and mighty" when you're the one throwing insults at somebody because they don't play the game exactly the way *you* would like.
People who play Mages pay just as much for the game as you do/did. If they don't want to port people, that's their business. It's just as easy for you to ask another mage for a port as it is for them to throw you on /ignore--especially when someone as childish and angry as you has something to say about it.
Get your own reality check. You say you don't play anymore? Then why is this such a huge issue for you? Stop spreading your negativity around. And for the record, Portals take 10 seconds to cast. :) Have a nice day.
Aug 25th 2010 9:27PM A valiant defense, but this city must be razed. I will fulfill Malygos' wishes myself!