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All the World's a Stage: Roleplaying patch 4.0.1 changes {WoW}

Oct 11th 2010 2:35AM I think I have it easy on my Priest. She was always a book worm and trying to think up new ways to better assist others. (Healer, go fig.) So, just like when WotLK came out... well, she just had some better ideas about how to assist others and practiced them and tweeked them. Then the expansion hit and, boom, they're all good. ;)

Yeah, my RP guild is very light on the RP and more into the Raiding, but it's still funny when the tanks /charge and actually charge at the same time. =^.^=

Cataclysm Beta: Old weather flying will cost 250g {WoW}

Sep 10th 2010 7:49AM You're right, I haven't played the Cataclysm BETA yet. We don't even know if those are inflation on Blizz's part to assist the testers or not. But my point isn't really about the money. It's about how ridiculous it seems to just train flying in Azeroth at 60 and then go to outland and have to retrain flying out there. I think they should give a bundle or something so it doesn't make people who are new go "wtf? i just did this, why do i have to again?"

Cataclysm Beta: Old weather flying will cost 250g {WoW}

Sep 10th 2010 12:38AM I think, with the fact it's a lvl 60 purchase, well, they should just make it a part of the original flying price that you get in outland, now it's just available to be purchased in Azeroth too. If a player who is new to the game goes from Azeroth and just purchased the 250g flying goes and has to pay another 250g to fly in outland... seems kind of pointless and would frustrate me. So if they make that part of it, then a person wouldn't be paying, what would it be? 500g total for flying in both areas? *Gives a huff* Nope, not at lvl 60! I wouldn't have the money at that point. (This is from a new player's pov of course.)

Defining Playstyles: Beyond casual vs. hardcore {WoW}

Sep 1st 2010 1:08AM There was a term I was called once. Can't recall what it was, but I play the game for the Lore! All the little stories in the game that piece together a history that is quite interesting to me. >.> I actually have as many of the books and comics as I could get. (All the books, a few comics because the comic store went out of business. T_T) I guess a Scholar play type would be me?
Beyond that, I'm a Socializer, Altaholic, Progression type person. >.> Yeah, I can't keep my mind on just one thing. Works great as a healer! Keeping track of 10 or 25 things at once and still calling out debuffs or other raid important information. teehee