Jan 7th 2011 6:31PM I worked as a Personal Stylist for a large clothing company a while ago and was the one who got the surprised reaction. I was talking to a new kid about stuff I did and the fact that my partner played WOW. Me and my partner have played together since we started and have sooo many alts we only level alongside each other hehe. This kid was surprised as I like my clothes, I'm into fashion and like to dress a bit out there and I guess he assumed I was into more stereotypical things, like pride parades and sparkles hehe. I was like "no way, I love wow and am Horde through and through....although I do have a belf lady addiction (the only gal for me :) ) I also have every other horde race as alts, and one Drenai for good luck!
I love WOW as it is so varying, look past the frothing at the mouth rabid gogogogogo stereotype of a twelve year old and you get inetresting people of different ages and backgrounds.
ps, in my first guild we were the only gay couple and the only one who made any comments (which I reported ofc) was a 54 year old guy. I always think of this when the younger players get the blame for everything.
Dec 4th 2010 6:26PM After you accept the quest, an Argent mage appears behind you and creates a portal to Shatterath. After speaking to Adal he will take you back to Northrend.
Oct 26th 2010 11:32AM I have friends who are female....but then I like men so its a given I don't want into their leg slots.
Sep 4th 2010 5:27AM I understand that you are saying that by running it more then you have increased your chances oif seeing it drop but I am saying that the actual drop rate of the mount never changes, so if it was run three hundred times with the mount being a one per cent drop rate, then the chance of seeing it drop out of all runs is three per cent, but the actual drop rate is still one per cent. I obviously didn't explain what I meant very clearly but you could run a million times and the mount will only drop at a one per cent rate each time. The simplified form of 3 out of 300 being one out of 100. And I did not do a serious course in Maths, but the maths teacher sitting next to me did severeal years ago :). So to summarise, yes if it was a one per cent drop and you ran it 500 times you would have increased your chance of seeing it, but it is always going to drop at the same rate every time....one per cent.
Sep 3rd 2010 3:18AM Actually, if the chance of it dropping is 1% for arguements sake, then if you run it five times or one hundred times or one million times it is still only ever a 1% chance that the mount will ever drop. Following your logic, if one was to run it for over twenty years you would be guaranteed to see it, which you are not. Maybe you need to learn about statistics too ;)