Dec 20th 2009 3:53PM came for the first and was happy to see this.
Dec 14th 2009 8:27PM To think you had freedom of anything while dealing with a corporation is foolish.
Dec 8th 2009 4:50PM Yeah that's the problem. People logging in to quickly.
We're all trying to fit into that tiny server door at the same time! stop pushing people! wait your turn!
Apr 30th 2009 6:17PM I have to agree with Plan on his post. Excellent job reporting on an incident in WoW. I would like to see more posts like this in the future on Insider. Someone doing some investigative reporting on rumors and guild activity.
Could be very useful in raid tactics as well. Have someone do a raid wrapup on Insider to see how Guild X took down Boss y.
All in all props to you Alex! Fine job.
Apr 20th 2009 4:44PM smiley
You and I are on the exact same page.
First "T" I did a google search and was unable to find any instance of a cable employee. Starting a fire because of the way he installed cable.
It would be extremely hard to do. Considering there is almost no voltage. and even if the cable were placed in a hot zone of a house they would melt and not flame.
Smiley you are brilliant. If you want good service from people, theres a few rules.
1. don't be a douche. The person is either fixing something for or preparing food for you. Why on earth would you want to aggravate them.
2. Be polite and courteous. This will usually get you something for free.
3. Tipping even if its just enough for a cup of coffee will go much further than you can imagine.
Now the Blizzard F rating is ridiculous. Ive played since launch and I never have had a problem with Blizz. Not one. Thats quite a few years to go problemless.
and T your an idiot
Mar 23rd 2009 10:16PM I don't know if this has been said or not yet (too lazy to look). Ive been playing this game for a long while and I have seen the sheer power of the game addons grow almost exponentially. There are some extremely useful almost bordering on cheats addons out there. I beieve this is more in response to Carbonite creating a pay addon.
Most addon dev's have been getting donations for a while now. It has never bothered Blizz before. It wasn't till someone started charging for something that is added to Blizzs game did they get concerned . These measures are all to encompassing for my tastes. I think a dev should be allowed to ask for donations.
If Blizz is doing this they better hit the game guide guys next.
Mar 23rd 2009 12:33PM You and I have a different opinion on what killing kittens means,
Mar 7th 2009 10:43PM Need vs. Greed
That's basically what this comes down too.
Need being you can use the item to further your characters progression. Only allowable with an obvious increase evident to all.
Greed being the opposite. There is no obvious advancement to anyone. Thus applying the rule to disenchant.
Now the shard come into play. In a familiar guild the dreams go to the enchanter in a PUG rules are slightly different. More selfish procedures. Now this is an obvious observation but its seldom said. Everyone can benefit from the shards. Just as if we all found a stack of money. Being we all found it we all have an equal share.
Now we could check armory and see but really that seems a lot to ask, when you've just completed a tough Boss kill. I'm either way fired up or completely spent. I don't want to check its easier if we all roll. If the enchanters wins good for him.
Also this could be a time to get a new guildie or raid teammate. if it was a PUG and the enchanter was good at his class and would be someone you would want to play with again you might want to give it to them.
Maybe its just about whether you like the enchanter or not.