Project TBC is a community driven challenge in World of Warcraft where participants will level up to 70 and then lock their XP. Here is my noob experience with this play style.
It’s just another night clearing Molten Bore for the zillionth time. While a lot of fresh toons are getting some much needed upgrades, those of us MC veterans are barely staying awake. Another week without that [Binding] we need? Yea, that’s what it looks like.
With August 27th just around the corner you may be asking: What class should I play when the game comes out? Mage is a great choice for many since they bring respectable damage, utility and the ability to teleport everyone to your major cities! Mage has been one of my favorite classes since I created … Read more Should I play Mage in WoW Classic?
I have many fond memories of the 2010 World of Warcraft expansion Cataclysm. It was my last two year of college and the last time that I was able to spend a good amount of time gaming. I was in a great guild that I will play with on and off over the next 9 … Read more Revisiting WOW Cataclysm
Hundreds of thousands of people watched the race for World First in Uldir on #twitch back in September. The mythic raid: Siege of Zuldazar is expected to draw in huge crowds of spectators to the game streaming platform.
The first words out of his mouth after he heard me speak was something sexist and gross. That stuff doesn’t usually bother me but I’m probably putting myself in a bad position if I were to continue playing with the dirtbag.
Last weekend I busted my butt to get our numbers up. I had a goal of bring in 6 new people and ended up finding 8! It was a lot of time and effort to get this many people but it would be worth it if we could just fill our raid group for both of our scheduled nights.
Along with the attention you also are the target of unwanted harassment. There have been more than a few times where I received in appropriate and unwanted private messages. It was even worst if it came from people that I played with on a regular basis or members of my guild.
Merging is a scary thing. You work hard to build up the type of community and culture that you want and if you look to combine forces with another group there are usually sacrifices that need to be made.