May 23rd 2011 4:23PM During vanilla WoW, I spent a lot more time playing, and in turn made some very good friendships with guildmates on the servers I played on. WoW felt like time well-spent back then. Back when congratulating someone for each level didn't feel silly. Raids were so packed it really felt like a giant team effort to down bosses. I haven't really played the way I used to since any expansion has hit, and I'm trying to amend that soon. But, these days, I look at guilds and I feel like I can't really get a sense of truly being a part of a guild when I join. Usually they're already established and all the young guilds seem to be filled with assholes, morons, or know-it-alls. I miss the old camaraderie that I used to feel, and maybe I don't get that anymore because I search for casual/semi-hardcore guilds, since I don't have the time to raid 3 days a week anymore. I want a guild that is focused and goal-oriented but also just plays the game to have fun and not to be server first or anything. And maybe that's asking a bit much. Sorry for the wall of text, but I guess that's what USED to keep me playing. These days, I think I just tend to come back sometimes to see what's new in WoW, and grumble about the good ol' days when leveling took time and we walked to Blackrock Mountain during a snowstorm, uphill, both ways.
May 23rd 2011 4:08PM BLADES OF GLORY! YUSSSSS. CASE SOLVED.
May 23rd 2011 4:07PM "Back when the largest bag was a mind bottling 18 slots - rumoured to be bottomless - the Keyring helped save precious bag space."
Mind bottling? This reminds me of something on television from a few years back and I can't remember what it was. Two characters arguing between mind-bottling and mind-boggling... damn it, this is going to drive me nuts.
May 21st 2011 12:49PM If I recall, Dustwallow Marsh got a major update prior to Cataclysm and didn't really require anything more at launch.
May 21st 2011 11:24AM To quote comedian Daniel Tosh, "It isn't a stereotype if its always true." Rouge FTW!
May 21st 2011 8:24AM I might try the live stream this year. I wonder how the quality will be, though.
May 21st 2011 12:32AM I don't really care if Blizzard charges more for this option as I will likely never take advantage of it and they aren't suddenly charging me extra for something that I was able to do for my subscription fee already.
People who can afford it will likely pay the premium subscription fees, and the rest of us will mooch off our richer friends and get them to do it instead.
May 21st 2011 12:08AM Its alright because you get tons of bonus points for quoting The Mighty Boosh. XD
May 20th 2011 1:29PM I listened to the whole thing before I read your comment and realized he wasn't talking about the bulleted subjects. Of course, its all good, cause I missed last week's anyhow...
May 20th 2011 12:49PM I have had a fond attachment for guilds in the past. That being said, I can't imagine wearing WoW apparel with confidence. I'm not a closet nerd, mind you, most of my friends are aware of my love for Warcraft and the fantasy genre in general as it relates to gaming or otherwise. I think there are probably a lot of other WoW players like myself.