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#4380514 Skillbase is below sea level

Posted Fedx on 05 February 2015 - 07:53 AM

cool story bro

#4380498 ABN?

Posted Zzx on 05 February 2015 - 07:16 AM

can confirm through a proxy source abn is not dead

#4379104 Deaf 3v3 team hit 2200 with no voice

Posted Manowar on 02 February 2015 - 10:20 PM

So I guess u guys dont know what Gladiatorlossa is?

I'm going to hell for this, I'm I?


Posted Lolflay on 03 February 2015 - 07:18 PM


as additional response


Posted Lloix on 03 February 2015 - 07:14 PM


as response

#4379914 Interrupts - a big problem among other things?

Posted Knaittiz on 04 February 2015 - 07:27 AM

wat m8 u got cc on 10 different schools and u never cast any damage anyway

#4377488 This game used to be so great

Posted Nadagast on 30 January 2015 - 11:56 PM

Things that make me sad:

Mages are Hunters
Hunters are Hunters
All healers are Paladins
Everyone can do everything
Damage is gated by cooldown and secondary resource rather than position and cast time
Too many defensives
Healing too strong
Mortal strike too weak
Everyone can do everything
Nobody has any unique tools anymore

#3976189 This game used to be so great

Posted Jontex on 28 October 2013 - 11:03 AM

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#4376418 Paris terrorist attacks and Fox news

Posted ysnakewoo on 29 January 2015 - 09:18 PM

“Warcraft. Huh. Good God y'all. What is it good for? Absolutely nothing.”

~ Edwin Starr on World of Warcraft

World of Warcraft, often referred to as WoW or WhoA [1] is a massively multiplayer online role-playing game (MMORPG) by Blizzard Entertainment.[2] It is the fourth released game set in the Warcraft fantasy universe, which was first introduced by Warcraft: Orcs & Humans: Why Can't We Be Friends? in 1994. World of Warcraft takes place within the Warcraft world of Azeroth, two years after the events at the conclusion of Blizzard's previous Warcraft release, Warcraft III: Join the Army.[3]
The main objective of World of Warcraft is to click on animals. The challenge of the game lies chiefly in the sheer volume of animals needing to be be clicked. It is estimated that players need to click on one cubic mile of animals in order to complete the game. Players seeking to take a break from monotonous animal-clicking can partake in one of the countless many sidequests such as catching 10,000 fish one at a time, crafting 10,000 necklaces one at a time, clicking on enemy players of lower level,[4] or selling plastic daggers to n00bs for 50 gold.


As with other MMORPGs, players control a character avatar within a game world in third person view, exploring the landscape, fighting various monsters, performing tedious collection quests, interacting with Non-Player Characters, completing tedious deliveries for lazy Non-Player Characters, clicking on animals, and carrying out tedious escort quests by helping excruciatingly slow Non-Player Characters travel vast distances through obvious ambushes. World of Warcraft requires players to pay for a subscription, such that one year of gameplay will cost the player around two hundred dollars.[5]
The main story behind the game focuses on two warring factions: the Alliance, made up of humanoid races, and the Horde, made up of the less attractive humanoid races, such as trolls and giant cow-people. The conflict between these two camps drives many of the events in the plot of the entire Warcraft series. In this particular installment, the Alliance and Horde must form an unlikely truce to drive off an invading zombie infestation. Blizzard has received many complaints[6] about the overall story of World of Warcraft, both for its similarities to several George Romero films and its use of the "enemies teaming up to vanquish a common foe" plotline, which gamers have found to be "just too original--please, give us more clichés!"
Starting a Character

nerdliness.[7] In such realms, players must remain in character or risk being branded an outcast of dorks, a fate worse than rejection by a girl. Dialogue between players is vastly different in the two realms: for example, whereas in a Standard realm a player might say "Looking to sell Murder Knife of Stabbiness, 40 Gold", the same statement in a Role-Playing realm might look more like this: "Attention, fellow mortals. I, the humble wizard Radagast, seek a buyer for the Murder Knife of Stabbiness, a most excellent blade truly worthy of being wielded by a heroic knight or stealthy rogue. I humbly ask for a mere forty golden pieces in exchange for this most high-quality of items. I thank you for your attention, humble folk of Stormwind, and bid you good morrow!"
Perhaps the most important decision the player faces when creating their character, other than breast size and breast shape, is the character's class. This attribute determines what sort of abilities and stats the character will start with.[8] From the mighty warrior to the powerful druid to the feeble hunter, there are literally several classes to choose from. Some classes, such as the priest, are more useful for so-called 'grouping', where multiple players gather to support each other in the quest to rapidly click on animals. Up to sixty players can join the same group and adventure together, resulting in furious animal-clicking episodes.
Ongoing Gameplay

As characters become more developed, they gain various talents and skills, most of them exact copies of previously learned skills but with differing numbers. Professions such as fishing, cooking, engineering, first aid, exotic dancing, insurance salesman, and mining can also be learned by characters. Players may often join or form guilds, a sort of organized gaming syndicate or MMORPG mafia.
Much of World of Warcraft play involves "questing". This typically involves forming questions at other players or NPCs[9] until they are annoyed and offer you money in exchange for leaving them alone. Questing can also mean carrying out tasks for various in-game entities. These tasks are, again, mainly animal-clicking related, but can also involve many other types of chore, such as excruciatingly long journeys in order to deliver inconsequential items[10] for a disproportionately small reward. So-called quest chains are punishment for focusing too much of one's time on questing; these chains must be worn around the character's hands or feet and greatly reduce stats, primarily speed and libido.
[11], a large deduction in the quality of the player's gear requiring large sums of gold to be spent on repairs, several minutes of "resurrection sickness"[12] causing the player's statistics to suffer a temporary reduction, and, of course, the social stigma that is associated with performing so poorly at video games.[13]
Other Gameplay Aspects Warranting Mention

"Instances" are specific areas containing high-level enemies which much be undertaken by groups rather than individuals. These areas often offer superior weapons and armor, and also offer unique bosses and a linear progression, unlike every other aspect of World of Warcraft. An example of a typical instance would be the Dire Mall area of northern Feralas, featuring such challenges as the Dual Escalator Ambush, the Food Court Gauntlet, and the final battle atop the Multi-Level Parking Structure. Instances are the main focus of the so-called "end game", meaning they are the main activity undertaken by players who have clicked a sufficient amount of animals and have advanced to the highest rank, eliminating the need for further animal-clicking. These end game raids require dozens of players to work together in perfect harmony, and oftentimes players will undertake instances many times consecutively in order to seek out a single rare piece of equipment that will help them in the next instance, which has even better equipment.
In 2008 a list of achievements was added in a direct response to similar features on console gaming systems. There are nearly one thousand possible achievements players must accomplish in WoW, ranging from the mundane (purchasing bags, hugging cows, clicking every type of opposing player possible) to the intricately impossible (slaying zombie laser dragons while keeping one's fifteen pet turkeys alive and using a signature battle cry). These achievements have also highlighted the holidays that Blizzard has introduced into the game. These holidays mirror real-life occasions, such as Brewfest (Oktoberfest). Blizzard has come under fire from conservative groups for naming their December holiday "Winter Veil" instead of some direct reference to the birth of Christ.
Many ethics issues have been raised concerning various aspects of World of Warcraft. One particular event was the Corrupted Blood Plague Incident in 2005, when an in-game disease wiped out many lower-level characters. Without these players, the higher-level characters resorted to clicking on each other, which disrupted the entire game dynamic and force Blizzard to perform a hard reset of its servers.[14] Another issue is the sale of virtual goods in the real world. Many illegitimate markets have appeared which are associated with World of Warcraft, and virtual money or even whole characters can be purchased in the darker, more sinister corners of the internet. While not strictly illegal, players of low moral fiber who buy such amenities often find that months later, their accounts have been hacked, their gold and goods stolen, and their precious pets have been set loose to fend for themselves in the wild.[15]

Since its release in 2004, two expansions have been released for World of Warcraft. Both of these include several new features, such as playable races, maps, or ways to change a character's hairstyle.[16] In 2006, The Burning Crusade was released, introducing two new races to the game: Draenei and Blood Elves. The Draenei are an ancient spacefaring race that resemble blue minotaurs, with a focus on nobility and chivalry. The Blood Elves are Night Elves with a palette change. This expansion also unveiled the Eye of the Storm battleground, where players can click on each other dozens of times for increasingly small rewards, which may later be turned in for equipment that in turn helps the player click on more enemy players resulting in more small rewards.
In 2008, Blizzard released Wrath of the Lich King, the second in the series of expansions that give the player the illusion that he is purchasing a brand new game. In this installment, the class of Death Knight is introduced. Death Knights were once mindless servants of the uncomprehensibly evil Lich King Arthas Menethil, but they are now free to frolic in the woods and perform other WoW tasks. The other feature new to this release was the playable continent of Northrend, featuring over a dozen new types of animals that are fully clickable.

#4376409 Paris terrorist attacks and Fox news

Posted ysnakewoo on 29 January 2015 - 08:52 PM

The fact that you need 20 people for Mythic is retarded.

#4375223 Paris terrorist attacks and Fox news

Posted FTRouslan on 28 January 2015 - 06:59 PM

View PostEsiwdeer, on 28 January 2015 - 06:50 PM, said:

i would come here and post dumb shit for 3 hours and then shoot myself

seems like you always forget the to do the last part

#4375106 Is Holinka the worst thing that happenned to WoW PvP ?

Posted Darksoldierr on 28 January 2015 - 05:03 PM

View PostROKMODE, on 28 January 2015 - 09:49 AM, said:

but none of you guys would end up playing it because it's not WoW
and that's the reality of things

For the record, WoW is probably the most responsive, lore filled, content filled somewhat balanced MMORPG out there. Excellent PvE content, lot of stuff to do, be it PvP or PvE, runs on low end machines too, constantly supported.

If you show me a game with similiar fetures but better PvP balance, then i might consider jumping the ship, otherwise i just cba to leave my 10 year old account behind.

The only game lately that actually caught some of my attention was Planetside 2, which has some amazingly good grand PvP experience. Other than that?

If i want to play a competitive RTS, i play Sc2, for MOBA there Dota2, LoL, Heroes somewhat Smite. FPS could be anything from Titanfall trough Halo to Quake or CSGO.
But when it comes to this actual genre, where i do like to do other stuff than just PvP, theres no better alterantive.

#4373975 [IRL] Cologne

Posted friendliestguyonaj on 27 January 2015 - 06:31 PM

ya i live near cologne what y'all wnana know

#4373966 Why don't you have a Girlfriend Junkie?

Posted friendliestguyonaj on 27 January 2015 - 06:29 PM

can you like kill yourself
you don't even have to live stream it or anything

#4372055 Why don't you have a Girlfriend Junkie?

Posted Belligerence on 26 January 2015 - 03:20 PM

View Postglonglon, on 26 January 2015 - 03:31 AM, said:

I think she still looks fairly human, below is what a doll girl looks like :)

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I about had it with that bear, either put your shirt on properly or get slapped like a Tokyo prostitute during Christmas eve.