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Dec 31st 2011 2:29PM oh wow, i want tht
Dec 30th 2011 4:17PM very very nice. /roll need 100
Dec 22nd 2011 9:53PM me me me me me, please. i want to ride the blue chicken.
Dec 22nd 2011 9:38AM If there's any pet in this game i could want....it's a BUBBLE FISH!!
Dec 19th 2011 4:45PM oh would love to have one of these!
Dec 18th 2011 10:05AM ooooo i want that
Dec 17th 2011 11:05AM that would so match my pet...and my mount...and my gear..
Dec 16th 2011 9:10AM Oh that would be awesome to have!
Dec 5th 2011 8:27AM Being on an RP server, pretty much everyone has vanity items. Our guild/raid team keeps them with us at all times. Nothing better than coming back from a break during a raid and someone whips out a foam sword rack, focusing crystals targeting random people from the roof tops, Orbs of Deception being popped during dungeons, turning into pirates and raiding during Hallow's End. Yeah, we have it all, and use them every chance we get.
When we're really bored, we break them all out in the large clearing in the trade district. It's fun to see how many people stop and dance with the disco ball, drop kegs and change their outfits and just hang.
Oct 17th 2011 12:15PM A friend and I decided one day to roll a tank and healer. Our mains were a fury warrior and a hunter. So we chose paly's to play, level and raid together with. As soon as we could, we started hitting the dungeons. After 2 years of playing dps, it was a real eye opener playing a healer. And him for a tank was a whole other story. Watching people pull ahead of him, me having to heal more cloth wearers then him..really threw me for a loop. It changed my perspective on dpsing. In the Cata content, we had some bad pugs. We tried being social in the chat, he even had a macro like some others explaining that he was new to tanking and I was new to healing. PuGs were just unforgiving. Eventually, he wouldn't run unless we had friends of ours dpsing with us.
Even now, on my healer, I'm seeing people in regular dungeons pulling mobs that don't need pulled, stressing out the tank, running me OOM, and not talking at all unless they have something nasty to say or "go go go go". Personally, I'll never bad mouth a tank or healer that is upfront about learning what they are doing, or taking their time in dungeons.
Now, when I'm on my dps, I follow the tanks pace and protect my healer if something is coming after them. Rolling a healadin after years of playing dps really opened my eyes.