I'm a dedicated WoW player who play several alts, but I focus mainly on my Warlock. Since I have a lot of characters, on this site it's easiest that I'm simply known as Saga.
I'm a raider, guild officer and altoholic who loves chasing after new mounts and pets.
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Category Archives: Funniez
I’m sure you haven’t escaped to notice that I’m going on vacation on Friday – if you have you must have missed my subtle hints of VACATION! on Twitter! (I can be really subtle. Really. I promise.)
I’m away for a full week. Can you imagine? A full week! I’ve not had a proper vacation in about four years, so you can understand that I’m really looking forward to this. That, and I’m terrified that I’ll be bored after a few days of sitting down and relaxing. Me and relaxing.. we have a bad history. But I will learn. Even if it kills me. Or well.. relaxes me, I guess.
I leave this Friday (3 June) after work and won’t return until the following Friday. Most likely red as a lobster – but hey, it’ll be worth it!
So, Guest Posts… I’d still love to get some more. If you have a spare moment to write something up, I’m more than happy to post it. I’ll even provide the topic!
Why everyone should be a Warlock!
Why I would choose a Warlock and the kind of Warlock I would be.
Why I would never play a Warlock.
That last one is obviously for those people who simply aren’t evil enough to play a Warlock. (There’s something wrong with you!) It’s for those people who just don’t enjoy feeding dismembered gnomes to their demons (though I can’t understand why!).
If those topics don’t work – there’s always pine cones.
And yes, okay – I guess I can take a topic that doesn’t involve why someone would or wouldn’t want to be a Warlock either. If I have to.
The Warlock Side Wants You.
Note: In case it’s not obvious – this is not a serious post. Taking it as such is done at your own risk and I will not be liable for any Warlock related damages. That said, I still would love your guest posts on any topic you would like!
Blizzard recently confirmed that they’re working on giving us male/female versions of the Warlock pets.
I’m happy to share we actually do have plans for offering players a choice between male and female versions of all warlock demons. This is a task already in our system, though I don’t have a time frame for you at the moment. Other art tasks could always take precedence, but we’re committed to making this happen.
I don’t really have much of an opinion on it, but I have to admit that a male Incubus (female version of Succubus) would be a lot of fun. Especially to get to use Seduction on all of the homophobes that piped up on the forums about it. (Seriously, I had no idea there were that many!)
It’s quite amazing to see the response of some of the community. Some people even said that they would throw up all over their keyboard if they were seduces by a male demon. Seriously? It’s a game, and you don’t see any women running around screaming because they get seduced by the Succubus.
Anyway, I decided to make my own suggestion to Blizzard about what the new male/female forms for demons should be. If I was better at Photoshop it’d look better, but sadly this is the best I can do. Originals are included for reference. (Click for larger picture.)
I would like to petition Blizzard to use Vin Diesel as the model for the Incubus – and his voice. It would be awesome, don’t you think? Vin Diesel is a geek deep inside, and has even admitted to playing WoW. I bet he’d be up for it!
What are your ideas for the male/female demons?
Try leveling like this!!!
Sorry about the bad quality photos, they’re taken with my mobile (the only thing I had at hand).
Happy leveling, everyone!
- Tell the Mage to give the Warlock Focus Magic. They don’t want to? Make them!
- Allow the Warlock to Soul Stone herself (cause she’s the most important person in the raid).
- Make sure that the Warlock is summoned to the raid; not the other way around!
- Let the Warlock have the best position on boss fights so she doesn’t have to move, moving messes up her rotation and she doesn’t like this!
- Offer every piece of cloth loot and caster weapon to the Warlock first, if she declines the other casters may roll/bid.
It’s always fun to see the GMs being funny in their replies to queries in game.
Mondays are always bad days, I’m like Garfield – I hate Mondays. You’ve just finished the weekend and you really don’t want to be back at work/school just yet – and you know this is just the first day of your week.
To cheer myself (and hopefully some others) up here’s another pick of my favourite YouTube WoW Movies. The song and video makes me feel like Disney just bought the rights to WoW – but since I was a big Disney fan when I was a kid… teenager.. okay I might still watch one once in a while, I really enjoy it.
While having nothing else to do this weekend I was browsing YouTube and found some really good WoW videos. One of my favourites was this one by Cranius and Legs. I’ve seen Cranius before – he’s also the man who brought us the awesome Big Blue Dress song and video. It made me want to roll a mage back in the day!
This one is called Wrought, and even if you don’t enjoy the song itself – you should watch the movie because the story is really good.
Yes, it’s another little screenshot of raid chat. We’ve recently (since about 1 week back) started doing joint raids with another guild that has problems getting members and last night they brought some new people. I was raid leading (something I do fine – but I generally prefer not to – maybe I imagine things but some people act a bit weirdly when you lead a raid so I prefer to know people before I start directing them about) and of course the moment I speak on vent this pops up in raid chat.
The moment the ” a girl?” appeared I do what I sometimes do and say somewhat jokingly that no.. I’m just a very very very young boy. The warlock I’ve raided with before but the paladin and DK were both new to the group.
It somehow amused me how the DK went from the surprised “a girl?” to “oh it’s not that rare to me”
The final comment from the paladin I couldn’t quite figure out if he was jokingly sarcastic (like the whole girls don’t play wow) or if he meant it. I decided not to ask and get on with the raid.
Anyone else get instant reaction when you reveal yourself to be a girl? Even more so if you’re in a leading position? Or if you’re a guy – do you react do you think if your raid leader turns out to be a girl or do you take it in stride as if it was just any other player?