Apr 12th 2011 6:43PM I believe that the RDF has ruined the sense of community. Sure it used to take a lot to get a group together to do one run that would last for hours but we did it. People weren't so quick to leave or kick someone. Why? It was likely that we would be doing a different run the next time with some of those same people. Friendships where built, alliances were made.
Now when you que up you never really know what you are gonna get. Usually no one ever says a word. Why? Because we've all probably had a bad experience in the RDF that we all just do what we "believe" to be right instead of communicating with each other.
Perfect example: I was leveling my ret pally. I decided to que for random, things were going well. I said one thing. "Its straight". What I got in return blew my mind. "B*tch STFU". I mean really? Was that necessary?
This is the what Allison is talking about. I will probably never see this person again. (I hope not because I forgot to add them to /ignore). Why que for RDF as a tank or healer when you have to put up that kind of stuff?
Apr 11th 2011 1:07PM I read the book The Shattering as well. I never really played a horde toon. I cried when I read this in the book and had to run and make a Tauren just to go /hug Bane.
I think this followed the story line very well. I also am looking to part two.
/cheer Captlightning for doing this.
Mar 11th 2011 11:13AM Question for the Que:
With Cataclysm we got a our level cap raised to 85, so with that said if you in fact had Cata you get to level to 85. My question is do you think its possible to get to 85 without even setting foot in the Cata area's. I mean there is more than enough Wrath content to get you to 85 if you had Cata to raise your cap level in the first place. What do ya think?
Jul 6th 2010 4:11PM I have 1 friend on my real id. I can say that yes it does post your real name and theirs. I believe that I have gotten more spam email from this and hacker type emails. Its amazing that Blizz didn't relize what might happen.