Tuesday, January 20, 2009
Wednesday, January 7, 2009
My account was created at 10:59:03 AM, November 23rd, 2004 - the day World of Warcraft launched. Having had some beta experience, I knew WoW was a game I was going to spend a lot of time playing, and I wanted a Zergling pet so bad, so I dropped the $70 and preordered the Collector's Edition.
I did the same on October 28th, 2005, for the release of The Burning Crusade, and again on November 13th, 2008 for Wrath of the Lich King.
My account has been inactive for exactly one month to date since the original release (and not by choice, I assure you). I estimate, all said and done, that I've spent somewhere around $900 between box purchases and monthly fees.
I also spent $6.50 on a Blizzard Authenticator. They didn't even charge me shipping.
They work, and they're worth it. If you possess six dollars and fifty cents but not a Blizzard Authenticator, ur doin it rong.
(EU doods: This is your link. It says they cost EUR 6,00 or £4.80. I don't know what that means but I'm betting that's not much either.)
Friday, January 2, 2009
Fair warning: I may get a bit ranty. This is something that manages to drive me completely insane.
Every time someone judging Light and/or using two ranks of Shield of Righteousness calls the 969 rotation "unnecessary" I want to stab them through the internet using my own blinding rage.
It takes quite a bit to truly get under my skin. Ignorance? No problem, you just didn't know any better. Misunderstanding? Here, let me explain how it works in ridiculous detail. I like talking about tanking. That's why I do it so much.
But at least have the decency to comprehend what I'm saying.
You only need one point in Imp Judgement because, if you're doing everything right, you can't judge any more frequently than 9 seconds. Please stop asking me why I don't want to judge every 8 seconds. I would love to. I just can't.
100 of your friends are just going to ask the same question again in 30 seconds anyway.