Jan 27th 2011 11:08AM Not being able to stop something is usually a sign of addiction - like being unable to stop drinking.
So the people who don't really understand, why you can't stop in the middle of a raid will probably assume that you suffer from an addiction to WOW.
Sometimes they might be right anyhow.
Dec 28th 2010 4:40AM I can confirm that. The first time I entered Tol Barad I was in the middle of a fight. I was still wondering where to go and what to do when we won and the achievement dinged.
Dec 17th 2010 1:27AM Ask an alcoholic about alcohol. A lot of the time he will tell you that he hates the stuff and won't touch it.
Dec 16th 2010 9:38AM But Xylem said: sheep is pig.
So let it be amended that moon is pig as well.
Dec 16th 2010 9:04AM "Rude Interruption is no longer incorrectly consumed by Execute".
I just realized I'm pretty deep into WOW, because I didn't even blink at this sentence...
Dec 15th 2010 10:47AM Don't want to sound too harsh, but you're probably not going to be missed in the PUG scene. (picturing grumpy tank chewing on a cigar butt)
Dec 15th 2010 10:28AM "The players who see where the battle is headed before their opponents will always win that game."
I think the big picture there has a lot to do with local control- having more people than the opposing force where it matters. If you play 5v3 it doesn't matter too much if you succeed by CC or DPS - just keep a decent number of opponents at the graveyard.