Jan 25th 2007 3:33AM @16 Hey, what server are you from? can I join? Sounds like a great idea!
Jan 24th 2007 11:29AM @3 This is a topic dear to me! I have never run a 40 man let alone a 20 man instance and I wonder if I ever will run something so enticing! I will try to find a guild or group that will run MC a few times when I get to 60. But not all of us have been playing for a year or two (or more) and I don't want the mysteries of MC to die with the new expansion just because everyone is moving on to more stuff at 60+
Ignore him Elizabeth.
Jan 23rd 2007 7:17PM /roll 999-999
*Hmmm maybe noobs wont notice!
Jan 23rd 2007 12:02AM Damn, that looks nice!
And I look around to my laptop where I have to twist the power cord to get it to stay on and I can barely run winamp in the background... Yet? Some owning occurs from this derelict you say?
PS: I hate city lag, my internet is usually 30ms, so yeah, I need a RAM upgrade lol...
Jan 7th 2007 9:28AM This isn't really related but... I remember awhile ago on another post:
Druid where's my car?
I couldn't stop laughing...
Dec 29th 2006 10:16AM I agree with most of the above... Either you're actually being stupid, or you're just pretending to be stupid. Either way, its stupid.
Dec 19th 2006 12:42PM That makes me want to play a gnome!!!! AWESOME guys. Well done!
Dec 18th 2006 2:51PM Well I heard from my friend who's playing BC atm that there are so many quests that you dont run out and the grinding-quest xp-earning ratio is tweaked so that questing is more rewarding (or maybe grinding is less so... /cry).
Dec 14th 2006 10:57PM It was a failure of mine not to read the italicized words. I apologize. Either way, you can see my opinion. Constructive criticism: Reviewing good mods/addons are always useful? But I think its easy to say most people who read this site won't gain much from reviews of the default UI. I wonder what the actual ratio is for people who use the orginal UI as opposed to mods and what not... There would seem to be a correlation between UI and skill/enthusiasm/hardcore-ness (whatever you want to call it).