Monday, May 26, 2008

I want to kill you. I want to blow you... away...

Part 3922 of infinite. Why Nelfs are asshats.


We see this charming nelf hunter shadowmelded on top of a questgiver in quel-thelas. At his feet... a hapless horde skelly.





So.. ordered the new computer. Thanks to all who gave imput. Ima kinda happy with it, even if my video card is kinda underpowered. I can upgrade it later... or even buy another and slap it in, the motherboard supports SLI.

Got a new monitor yesterday... BB had a sale on samsung 22" widescreens... score!

Tried heroic arc yesterday... did not turn out well. We died on those damn infernals. Pally healing for the loss.

Did Mags/Gruuls with the guild. First time I saw the mags fight. One reason I have a good feeling about the guild... this chat...

1> You heard about X?
2> What about him?
1> They got him his first tier 5 this week!
2> They're takin a lotta effort to get him geared out...
1> Well, X came in third in damage at Hyjal with kara level gear... after that, the officers made gettin him gear a priority.

(X isa rogue. For any rogue to beat the locks at damage in Hyjal... jesus... for the guild to recognize hes such an asset... even better....)

5 comments:

Merckx said...

Congrats.

A good guild is hard to come by. Enjoy it.

SmokY said...

No major observations on Alliance side asshattery... Horde side though - BElfs are the uncontested leaders nowadays, even before my old friends the Undead rogues :-)

Kirk said...

This is definitely annoying. Not sure it's the worst. Hunter snake traps come to mind. As do the lummoxes on both sides who mount and then stand, afk, over a major questgiver or significant point in neutral-land. But yes, add one to the ass-hat category.

sonvar said...

I see it as no worse then Taurens getting on their Kodos and standing on top of the new badge vendor. Though at least on my server it got a couple people banned. The same should apply to this guy. Though with seeing that I'm surprised more rogues don't try such cheap tricks themselves.

sonvar said...

Oh and it is great for your guild to recognize they have a good player they should gear up. There are a couple of problems. One others may get jealous is if they start centering runs around what gear he needs or giving him first dibs on pieces if others might need it. The other being that you need to know his level of loyalty. I've seen too many times where a guild gears up a player just for them to leave for what seems greener pastures in another guild.