Mar 19th 2012 10:57AM What type of armor do Monks use? Would it be worth getting heirloom gear now? All sorts of extra points sitting around going to mats, boe's etc. Can we expect their costs to rise (heirloom costs) as they did (I think?) with Cata? If you see where I'm headed with this and can point me towards any applicable info, much appreciated! Excited to Monk it up but am quite ready to shorten the leveling time as much as humanly... errr Pandarenly possible.
Aug 7th 2011 9:41AM Whilst I have not officially "quit", I have completely changed my play styles. Wow is a difficult game to maintain when you know what potentially could be in store; ie heroics, raiding, pvp.
I still enjoy the sights, events and especially friends that I made over the years of playing. I still try to experience new dungeons and questing areas when new content emerges.
As Jealouspirate said though, eventually the voice inside my head went from "You have to do your dailies", to "You could go do your dailies" eventually to a pleasant and comfortable recognition of the fact that this game should be fun and chores have never been fun for me.
Of course, marrying my lovely bride who has a visceral hate for video games, ESPECIALLY ones that you kill things in, might have influenced this transition, but that post is for a different column.
Jul 5th 2011 11:07PM "Cosetta's in St. Paul" Minnesota love. Next time you're in Duluth at the corner of the greatest lake, look me up. I'll treat you to the apps at the Scenic.
May 21st 2011 8:51AM What with the rapture and all today, probably not. BUT, if the rapture ends early enough... Hell yeah!
Mar 15th 2011 11:14AM and yet... I did watch it to the end... oh god /wrist
Feb 25th 2011 10:43AM Accountability is valuable. Accountability and "policing ourselves" is a necessary part of this game that we love if we are to maintain environments welcoming to different types of play styles.
Bullying, however, is not acceptable.
Did your behavior step over the line between providing some accountability and understanding of consequences (a very important life lesson) and into the realm of bullying? I am not a psychologist, police officer, or a parent. I am a brother, a son and a friend and I have had the experience of being bullied and I didn't like it. I've also received necessary accountability and consequence (consequence is a result of something, not always positive/negatively focused) and later liked it a hell of a lot more than being bullied. I learned something.
Dec 22nd 2010 2:33PM oh dear oh dear omnomnomnom
Dec 22nd 2010 7:21AM will my wife let me buy a desktop if i win this?
Dec 6th 2010 6:35PM /roll
Dec 6th 2010 6:33PM umm first page?