Nov 6th 2008 8:31AM On Wrath day I have two presantations for class, so hopefully this comment will get a collectors edition for me, which will totally brighten up that day!
Sep 23rd 2008 11:00AM "We won't rest until we have brains!!! ... or Taco Bell, we're not that picky."
Jul 10th 2008 10:40AM I need mana to continue giving everyone my heals. >>
May 19th 2008 11:37PM yeah, agreed.
My mom was in labor with me for 52 hours... she could have done one of those old time epic AV's, lol
Mar 31st 2008 9:34AM He already said that she doesn't want to have him roll an alt with her, because he has already experienced the content. To me, that's the psycho part of the situation. Let the man roll an alt to be with you, lady!
I dunno what else to say though, because my BF and I both have 70's and although we both dislike the leveling bit (which seems to be her biggest dislike too), the fact that we're playing together is what matters, not who has seen the content first.
Mar 30th 2008 10:26AM I agree! Elves have always been portrayed as delicate, etc... think of Legolas from LoTR walking on top of the snow.
What bugs me the most is how many people have started stereotyping 'elf' with 'gay'. Why does someone have to be outwardly 'masculine'?
Mar 18th 2008 9:07AM For my first character, I rolled a BE priest (holy) and my ex rolled a BE paladin (prot) and it was nice. Instances were a breeze (LF3dps, no CC needed) and there was no quest that we couldn't handle.
More recently, I was working on my druid and it turned out my new bf had a shaman he was working on, so we started leveling those together and it rocks. (Not to mention we both had forms of 40% travel before 40 which meant no waiting for the other to get somewhere).
He and I also did a paladin (me) and warlock (him) combo that would work a lot better if I wasn't so used to being a priest (priest bubble > paladin bubble for leveling situations)
Feb 26th 2008 3:03PM ... if you can't understand the concept of 'sarcasm', this is probably beyond your reading comprehension level anyway.
Feb 22nd 2008 10:29AM Well sometimes they go blame the healer. I've had tanks yell at me for 'sucking at healing' when my chain casting flash heal (with +1600 healing) isn't enough to keep them up in their crappy gear. ;_;
On the whole, I used to pug heroics daily before the requirements were nerfed. Now it is just too risky. For every person decked in partial greens who has a main and knows what to do, there's six or seven people who don't know anything.
One of the biggest issues I noticed popping up was the lack of CC reapplication and I can't agree with that enough. There is nothing more annoying than having something marked with moon beating me up.
So sure, you can pug and be successful, but the sometimes up to three hours it takes just isn't worth it to me. I'd rather just go when a guild group goes, or when my friends who I know are competent want to go.
Feb 18th 2008 9:58AM Mostly I like my gear... being a priest healer it seems like everything endgame kind of falls into the same blue/purple/white range of colours.
However, I play a blood elf, and the one silly thing that always bothered me was that when I put on a hat, my hair would dissapear. So, most of the time I don't show my hat, unless it's a cowl or something that's meant to cover the hair or a halo. >