May 7th 2007 3:44AM Hey... how come everyone is either an:
What is with that? Is this the kind of player that Wow insider attracts? If so what does THAT mean?
Personally, I only have the one Main, a 68 Lock who's creeping to lvl 70. But ever since about mid 40's I've wanted to play priest - try a support class. My lock is so fiercly independent that it actually DESTROYS my mana efficiency and rhythm to group up (the exception is instances, obviously) So i've never really had the chance to 'heal' or 'tank'... (Although, Drain Tanking, FTW! :D) I really really want to though.. i feel like it's a side of the game i've not gotten to experience yet.
May 6th 2007 9:27AM One small thing that I'd like to add in way of advocating a "smaller guild" - you can always add more... but with a big guild, you can't always kick people out! :P
Maybe something to think about...
Apr 6th 2007 10:35PM Just to play Devil's Advocate here for a second... Possibly there is more going on here (from a technical point of view) than we know about. I mean, what does it REALLY involve to change a WoW characters name? It can't JUST be changing it in some database stored with the server, because people have friend lists, and I'm sure there's associated issues with that - not to mention possible item / rep / stat transfer issues. Are the GM's renaming those character that they technically CAN rename. Is there an untransferrable item that prevents name changes (much like the Tinfoil hat that stops character views in the Armour! lol @ the Tinfoil Hat.)?
That said, I've personally seen issues of inconsistency on my Oceanic server (Dath'Remmar) - my Guildmaster started his character as "Piesexual" and was forced to rename it by a GM - then no more than a month or so later, I saw a Horde player in Tanaris called "Sexmaster" - How is that any better??
Mar 25th 2007 10:18PM DOTFTW!
Can you tell I'm a Lock?