Jan 19th 2007 1:55PM I didn't pay his monthly fee. I don't have any say so in how he plays the game. As long as he doesn't violate the EULA, what does it matter? Why does everyone seem to think that their opinion mattters on how he plays the game? You know what I care about? This this is a great game and I enjoy playing it! I don't care what you do with your account and I especially don't care what you think about what I do with my account. In the end this is a game, and the whole idea behind games is to have fun. I hope that you are having fun, I know I am.
Jan 11th 2007 9:05AM All the alliance were working their real jobs! Somebody has to support your worthless butts!!!
Nov 9th 2006 5:09PM 40 here. I have a level 60 Human Priest on Thunderhorn. My wife and I just had twins 5 months ago that has cut into my playing time quite a bit, but well worth it. I love to read peoples reactions when I tell them my age and how surprised people can be about age. This is my first MMORPG and have found it to be alot of fun and am going to continue to play as long as family time doesn't suffer, play alot after 10 pm. It is not the age that matters, it is how you feel that counts.
60 Human Priest
Oct 6th 2006 12:01PM You paid the money to buy the GAME, you pay the money every month for your account, you are not playing YOUR character wrong. Although, you may be left out of some raiding by certain people, in the end you can't play your character wrong, because it is your character! The game, and this is what it is, is meant to be enjoyed by the person who purchased it. Nowhere have I seen anything that says I have to play my character how someone else tells me.
Sep 15th 2006 9:34AM LOL #7 & #11! There is always someone out there who has to rain on everyone's parade because they have nothing better to do. I found Jennie Lee's article to be very helpful and any information that helps out new players is beneficial. This is the 2nd post from Felnor that I have seen that is nothing but negative towards the authors and the magazine. Get a life and understand that this article is not meant solely for you.
Sep 8th 2006 11:51AM I would be upset about being scolded also. Leadership is based upon knowing the strengths and weaknesses of the personnel you are overseeing. This person should have made sure all persons were up to speed on the next fight. There is always downtime to bring people up to speed on the next encounter. I have only raided a few times, and not for any extended period, but the person who was my leader always made sure to point out what was important in the upcoming fight. Don't complain/scold someone due to lack of knowledge when a brief tell could help them out. Yes, preparation is key to any fight, but there are two sides to every encounter and leadership can go along way to creating an environment which will lead to a successful outcome. Like the other poster said, find a new raiding group.
Aug 9th 2006 6:01PM Okay, I will throw the "token heal" after the encounter is settled, but not during the main fight. I appreciate all help when in a fight, don't get me wrong, but with limited mana you have to have your priorities. You can heal your pet, why don't you? It's not like I am sitting back and twiddling my thumbs doing nothing. I am not talking about minor encounters, of course I heal the pet when in those. I am talking about a iffy situation where I don't have the mana to spare. Maybe I should heal the pet, run out of mana, and wipe! That would be a great outcome.
Aug 9th 2006 10:33AM I am a level 60 Human Priest and it just eats me up when I hear that "Heal Me" or "Heal My Pet", while in combat. I don't heal pets in combat, it is ridiculous! Or Mages or Rogues who can't control their aggro and are going for as much DPS and crying when they die that I didn't heal them. My main focus is the MT and if they die because they are not adequately filling their roles, oh well. Let the tank do his job! We had a wipe in Scholo due to some ignorant pulls and a mage had the gall to say I owed him 2 gold because he died. I told him to try and collect it and let him die again when he jumped into melee and drew aggro all over himself.
Jul 11th 2006 11:33AM Have seen alot of what I believe are gold-farmers on Dalvengyr and Ursin. Get into an area and players continued to aggro everything in the areas onto me. Continuously aggroing and then bringing them right to me. This is a new server and it is pretty pathetic.