Mar 31st 2008 12:21PM What naiveté…
Let me see, real life forced them to not play as much for months then all of a sudden they disappear and end up on another server in another guild.
Um, if I were you I wouldn’t try to contact them because it’s probably not them anymore rather whoever bought their account.
Jan 31st 2008 9:19AM Structed?
You really MUST go back to school and demand a better education from your teachers!
Dec 5th 2007 10:33AM And boy did it suck. The host (Mike?) needs to learn not to talk over other people!
Nov 30th 2007 9:36AM Listen up people. Don't assume anything about somebody less you prove your own ignorance.
My Hunter's bear is named Bear. I multibox and my 2nd, 3rd, 4th accounts auto follow and no I don't talk because when multiboxing, I use one keyboard across 4 computers.
I have macros set up especially for people like you who think just because you see something that you don't understand, it must be improper. They typically look like this:
/s No, I'm not hacking, No, I'm not a gold farmer, No, you can't join my group, No, you can't have any gold, No, I don't want to duel I'm too busy you know... actually playing the game. I'm multiboxing. If you don't know what that is, read something other than the comics kid.
Oct 17th 2007 11:11AM I differ from the other who have commented here. I play WOW 20-30 hours per week as entertainment. I'm 36 yo, not a kid, and I have a career, not a job. Playing games is what I do for fun.
I started WOW right after TBC came out and power leveled up to 70 based upon comments such as these. I wholeheartedly regret doing it. End game sucks. Plain and simple. Unless you like raiding and all that goes with it, which I do not, end game sucks.
The journey, exploration and yes, fun is in getting there. I have since re-instated my account and started over. This time I will take my time and enjoy the game with my alts.
Advice to any readers who are just starting in WOW or those already bored with end game; start from scratch and enjoy it. The vocal players are NOT the majority of WOW subscribers. This does NOT start at 70!
May 7th 2007 1:59PM I'm with you! I've only been playing WOW for a month or so but I’m having great fun with my lvl 35 warlock. Being a 36 year old RPG fan, I always discounted online games because of the "kiddies" they attract and the gameplay difference of dealing with human players instead of AI.
I have however, managed it this far (halfway) by myself and hope I can make it to the eng game and beyond playing solo.
Why play then? Because WOW is still one of the best rpg's I've ever played and adding the occasional "real" human interaction just makes it that much more so, but I will stay solo for as long as possible.