Jul 1st 2011 2:11PM All my toons are male (as am I)... I have leveled multiple toons to 85... and yet, in all that playing, I have somehow managed NOT to stare at the ass of my toon in all those hours on-line.
If you have an uncontollable urge to stare at the ass of your on-line toon, and you are unable to look at the landscape, mobs and other toons you are SUPPOSED to be interacting with, you may wish to consult a doctor, because staring at your own ass for hours is probably not healthy.
Jul 1st 2011 10:30AM "I'm female, and happen to LOVE male Belves. Rawr."
Wait... there are male Blood Elves?
Jul 1st 2011 10:27AM Female Orcs and Taurens dancing on mailboxes... well... they are horde females... ick... who'd want to do a cow?
Alliance females get hit on all the time (see it happen in trade district... kinda sad but true). I once wandered into the Trade District inn, and saw a male gnome take a female human upstairs... they both jumped onto the bed and disrobed... what happened next... well... lets not go there.
Jul 1st 2011 10:03AM Yes, lets have all the guys be honest for a minute.
Do you prefer to be left to your own business or do you prefer to be hit on by lonely/horny teenage boys who get the hots every time a female toon passes by.
Hence, all my toons are male.
Jul 1st 2011 9:57AM Okay... so if a guy, playing a female toon is a "G.I.R.L." (Guy In Real Life), then what is a girl playing a male toon called... a "G.U.Y."? If so, what does the accronym stand for (I figure the "G" is a given).
Jul 1st 2011 9:43AM Faith-lb wrote:
))) also hate the fact they look all hulky bulky... doesnt make sense unless you are a warrior/dk/maybe pally but a hulky bulky mage ? are mages shooting fireballs from their sixpacks or something ? (((
Bulky, yes... Hulky, no. Sixpack? please... I always thought all Human males look like they've been sitting in front of the TV watching too much football while eating nachos and drinking beer...
Sixpack, no... Beerbelly, yes.
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Jul 1st 2011 9:41AM Faith-lb wrote:
>>>I also hate the fact they look all hulky bulky... doesnt make sense unless you are a warrior/dk/maybe pally but a hulky bulky mage ? are mages shooting fireballs from their sixpacks or something ?
Jun 19th 2011 11:16AM You can visit/see Argent Tournament when you're lvl-1 (assuming a friend carries you there on a flying mount)... you can't QUEST at Argent Tournament till you're lvl-77.
You can visit/see Hyjal Regrowth quest hub when you're lvl-80/81 (assuming you've done enough Hyjal quests)... you can't QUEST at Hyjal Regrowth quest hub till you're lvl-85.
Jun 17th 2011 3:18PM Think you totally missed my point. I wasn't complaining that a Frost spec can't hurt a frost boss, i'm basically saying one has to adjust... I switched specs to down him after realizing frost doesn't hurt frost.
What does dual-spec cost? 10g?
How many specs does a Mage have... three?
I see no problem with a FIRE spec not doing damage to a boss that is made up of fire. Use another spec... and if you say 'frost spec isn't raid viable', then just as easily as they could make fire damage immune to a fire boss, they could add a little extra "oomph" into someone using a frost spec on a fire boss.
People are way to quick to dismiss someone if they suspect the slightest hint of a complaint. I simply stated a frost spec did no damage to a frost boss I don't see why the same wouldn't/couldn't/shouldn't happen with a fire spec on a fire boss... if there's any QQ going around it's Blizzard saying that making one of three specs unuseable in firelands is a huge problem when dual spec costs 10g and there's two other options a mage could use.
Jun 17th 2011 11:47AM Speaking of things being immune to certain attacks, I distinctly remember taking my Frost DK against the Ahune Summer Festival Boss last year and seeing every Frost Strike, Obliterate and Howling Blast come up with the "immune" tag and my otherwise-superb DPS stinking to high heavens on that boss encounter.
If that is still in-place this year, then by-gum, Fire Mages should have all their attacks come back as "immune" in the Firelands raid... it's only fair.