- Member Since Mar 26th, 2007
Oct 21st 2011 4:47PM Kung-fu panda meets WoW... pretty cool, though.
May 18th 2010 10:44AM Very cool! I've always thought about rolling on an RP server, I just might have to now. ;0)
May 18th 2010 10:33AM My main is a 70 hunter. I took some time off WoW and still haven't taken the leap to WotLK just yet. I've always felt the 5 man progress was a bit slow. "Hurry up, hurry up, move along, come on!" But, I NEVER pulled without being asked. I let the tank pull unless the situation calls for a long range shot and then ONLY after the tank said so. I now have a low lvl Druid that I'm leveling as a healer and realize just how easy it is to go too fast. Now I'm constantly thinking, "Slow down you stupid tank, I'm oom over here!" It's all about perspective.
Mar 17th 2010 2:52PM Warriors... hate tanking so why bother? Oh, and Shamans... don't hate them, I got one to lvl 13 once then lost interest.
Dec 12th 2008 2:54PM BOOOOOOOOOOOOOO!!!!!!!!!!!!
Dec 10th 2008 11:40AM /comment
Dec 8th 2008 2:55PM Are we discussing "should Blizz stop them," "will Blizz stop them," "can Blizz stop them," or "does Blizz have a right to stop them?"
Should they? Honestly, if you were being ripped off, wouldn't you want to?
Will they? Only if it's cost effective. Why spend billions to get back thousands?
Can they? That's hard to say. I doubt they can detect and shutdown every server out there. But, I could be wrong.
Do they have the right? Yes they do. It's doesn't matter if it hurts their profits, or if you're just looking at different builds, or any other reason one might try to justify their actions. If you have or play on a private server they have the right to take legal action and, if they do, they will win.
A judge doesn't care WHY you broke the law, they only care IF you broke the law. You click on I AGREE when to install it and when you launch the game. When you do you enter a verbal contract that is legally binding and they can take legal action if the agreement is broken.
Dec 8th 2008 2:39PM /agree
Exactly what I've been thinking while reading through the other posts. You say I AGREE before being able to use the software. If you didn't read what you agreed to, that doesn't mean you can get away with breaking the agreement.