Nov 25th 2010 3:19PM On it sir ... will give me something to do at work ... now where did i put my cat?
OT: funniest video I have seen regarding WoW in ages :)
Nov 15th 2010 4:36PM Quite simply its the logistics that are the winner for me (and my guild). We have be running raids since MC and after that amount of time are quite simply tired of organising the larger raids. As such our guild is splitting into 10-man raiding crews based a lot on time-zones, but also on RL friendships.
Everyone understands the situation, and we have been very open about this to the whole guild. Some have already stated their intention to find a new raiding home suited to them in Cata and thats all fine.
We are hoping to have 3 raiding crews on different rotations, and even though each crew will have a set roster we are hoping we will have some of the alt-fiends in the guild floating around to fill holes in raids if/when required.
Oct 24th 2010 8:30PM I have been in an Australasian guild for 5 years, and I am currently organising our second meetup. Unfortunately meeting up at Blizzcon is out of the question for us due to the cost of travelling to the US. Again due to the cost we have decided it shall be a bi-annual event, the first was held in Sydney, just prior to the release of WotLK, next one is in Queenstown, New Zealand in January ... its gonna be awesome ... again :)
Jul 5th 2010 8:41PM By "next set of quests" I am referring to the ones that the other NPC's give you after doing a certain set of quests. From my understanding of the remote quest system it only notifies you that the quest is there. you still have to go get it.
Jul 5th 2010 8:36PM Hasty Hearth: Set main quest-hub to hearth, quest like mad for 15 minutes (not long), hearth back, hand in, get next set of quests and repeat.
If Mt Hyjal is anything like it was when you could "break-in" there in the old days it's a massive zone. As such I would imagine the quest hubs to cover a large area, making travel time (even with flying) a chore.