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Sep 18th 2007 4:33PM The advantage of being a dps class is, for the most part, you could give a shit less what everyone else is doing. Healers care where people are to heal them. Tanks care where people are to position the mob(s). For the most part, dps only has to care where they are standing, not where everyone else is standing (except, of course, in the case in which the dps is taking a lot of damage and walk out of the range of heals, but, for beejesus sakes, bandage/pot).
Aug 31st 2007 3:33PM I would personally prefer OMGLOLOLOLOLOLOL Mana Potions.
Aug 28th 2007 7:13PM Wasn't there a bug at some point where if you died in a BG in certain places you would rez in Westfall? I vaguely remember something like that.
Aug 27th 2007 6:06PM @21 I can definitely see the other side of the issue, but, like I said, we're just going to have to agree to disagree.
Aug 27th 2007 4:49PM @12 You and I will just have to agree to disagree I think. I meant no disrespect (bad choice of words there with "real", I didn't want to use "off-line" to avoid confusion with meeting on-line).
Nonetheless, I do contend that face time is very important in social interactions. Although I work in a profession where I could easily telecommute, I much prefer coming in the office everyday for the face-to-face interaction with colleagues, something you don't get in a "virtual" environment.
Anyway, again, I meant no disrespect. My apologies.
Aug 27th 2007 3:03PM "self-selected" = "volunteer"
An all-volunteer survey is not statistically sound:
Aug 27th 2007 2:50PM @7 I guess I don't tend to hold a whole lot of stock in on-line relationships, whether they become off-line relationships or not. Thus, I don't see the point in studying such relationships. Studying real relationships that are affected by on-line activities, however, is far more interesting and pertinent (in my opinion).
Aug 27th 2007 2:32PM Not to be negative, but I would be more interested in the number of real life relationships WoW has destroyed or hindered than created.