Jan 23rd 2012 3:27PM Indeed #3. Not only would it be awesome eye candy and accomplishments of the guild but it would help with the city population. Sometimes Stormwind and Orgimmar are so high population that it can bog down the not-so-awesome computers causing annoyance for the player. And we know there's about 50 players standing and doing nothing but talking in trade.
For a Hall I would love to a guild vendor with repair at least though an awesome addition would be a trades good vendor. Plus basic crafting needs such as a forge and anvil. Perhaps rested too. Giving enough benefits of a city without taking away from the cities.
Just designing the Hall would be interesting; like a Dwarven hall with kegs lining a wall, a Troll hall with wall carvings and much more. Now for decor, I'd imagine it would best for things to be shown for guild achievements and level allowing for guilds to add their personal touch. Or I dare say archaeology. I'll admit I'd be the sucker would do that profession constantly if meant I could display a proto-drake skeleton in a hall for my guild to see and that would be the ultimate thing to hang from the ceiling.
Dec 31st 2011 2:29PM omg! Kitten! So cute!
Dec 31st 2011 5:29AM That's a big bear.
Dec 30th 2011 4:57AM This is one of the best items ever.
Dec 29th 2011 1:57PM Aw man, turtles are awesome.
Dec 29th 2011 1:55PM PONIES.
May 20th 2011 6:04PM It is an interesting idea, the remote itself is a good one for those who want to keep in touch with their guild now that they added that feature. Personally I'm on the fence, most of the people I do play with are same faction & server so it wouldn't be worth it to me. However if they allowed cross faction, that's another story. That opens it up more to play with friends (everyone has the buddy who plays only one faction), besides it's a dungeon there isn't much of a difference for factions besides the chat & they already got solved with realid's conversation chat. Then for myself I can see purchasing it. If it's just same faction then no, would use it much if I did have it.
Apr 28th 2011 1:59PM Being a RPer it's based around what toon I'm on & if I'm in character. For hunter who loves Kaldimor I sport my Argent or Cenarion Expedition Hippogryph (traditional flyer for that side of Azeroth). I love their animations for special & idle. Surpringly they do has a smooth ground to air feel. My Black Warhorse is used from to time. When I'm goofing off I'm rocking my drake of the west winds or grand ice mammoth to taxi guildmates.
My Orc Mage however rocks her flying carpet all the time & for shock value on the belf characters, the celestial steed. It is a rare sight to see an Orc enjoying the finer things in life.
Apr 1st 2011 1:22PM Interesting topic. I am an officer in my guild but I don't do the usual things expected of one like the guild bank. I'm a Storyteller being I roll on an RP server so I come up with stories & npc toons to keep an overall story arc going. It's fun & now I got a spiral notebook full of plots & doodles.
Mar 5th 2011 8:17AM Currently I'm rocking only a laptop for my gaming needs so I do have mobility. At home I have a small fold-up table that literally was made in the 1970s (so its older than me) & made in the USA. Since its in the living room I get to watch TV and look outside the sliding glass door once in a while snugged right next to the couch and the hallway. Only view I don't have is the kitchen, but its not the biggest of apartments and I got my roommates' setup across the living room. I think we're masters of furniture tetris.
But I have played other places such as coffee bars, LAN bars, and the strangest was McDonald's in New Mexico. Since they started putting free wifi in their restaurants I hopped on that during a long road trip, bought myself a quarter pounder combo meal and went into Warsong Gulch battlegrounds for two hours. I had a little kid behind me watching tear up hordies on a draenei enchance shaman. I guess I was more entertaining than Ronald McDonald.