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does anyone on this board play WoW? i just restarted my account that i last played in september 2005 because i'm kinda bored and looking for something to do.

i have a level 46 tauren druid on dunemaul.


Sat May 12, 2007 6:33 pm
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i play, started around february. i have a 51 night elf priest, 42 human warlock, 19 hunter on frostmane and a 18 blood elf priest and a 13 blood elf mage on agewynne or whatever the first one alphabetical is.


Sat May 12, 2007 6:55 pm
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World of warcraft is for nerds who go to umr.


Wed May 16, 2007 9:59 am
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ashkenaziCD wrote:
World of warcraft is for nerds who go to umr.

Or nerds who go to Truman... there are just as many nerds who to Truman as UMR, they're just a different breed.


Wed May 16, 2007 12:04 pm
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I just got an awesome turtle pet for dragging a little orphan around. I'm 55 now, woot.


Wed May 23, 2007 9:55 pm
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i would be 60 if my time didn't expire and if i had $30 to get another card


Thu May 24, 2007 9:12 pm
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What do you call a guy who plays WoW and has a girl character? A trans-gamer?

A friend of mine does that. He sucks up to guy gamers by posing as a girl to get some favors done (like getting bling... I mean money).


Fri May 25, 2007 3:33 pm
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AShoaib wrote:
What do you call a guy who plays WoW and has a girl character? A trans-gamer?

A friend of mine does that. He sucks up to guy gamers by posing as a girl to get some favors done (like getting bling... I mean money).

I have a female human mage, but I don't pretend to be an IRL girl, so I don't know if that counts.

There used to be a good website where a guy did an "insider's report" of sorts, kinda like dateline, over a couple months to see how much [mod edit]he could get by building "relationships" with guys in-game by pretending to be an IRL girl. He got a couple K g and a bunch of purple armor pieces. It was pretty sick. But he gave back all the stuff at the end.


Is it really that hard to keep the posts clean?

Edit: I'm not really sure what was "un-clean" about this post. I'm not used to censoring myself. So back off.


Fri May 25, 2007 4:38 pm
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AShoaib wrote:
What do you call a guy who plays WoW and has a girl character? A trans-gamer?

A friend of mine does that. He sucks up to guy gamers by posing as a girl to get some favors done (like getting bling... I mean money).

i have 4 female characters and 2 male characters. the females look cooler to me. ive never tried getting stuff and i don't think it will work that well if i did. lots of girls play WoW so i don't think people will go for it anymore.


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Make Love not Warcraft


Tue Jun 12, 2007 6:48 am
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East Buc & UMR wrote:

$575 might actually be a bargain for all those characters, they look pretty well set. His 48 Druid has a higher crit rate in Moonkin than my 57 one does.


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ecks wrote:
East Buc & UMR wrote:

$575 might actually be a bargain for all those characters, they look pretty well set. His 48 Druid has a higher crit rate in Moonkin than my 57 one does.

I would never put buying WoW characters, $575, and bargain in the same sentence (in that context). I am now wondering about your sanity, Christopher. Paying $575 for anything related to a computer game is cccrrrrraaazzzyyy unless you are a bazillionaire


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KentB wrote:
ecks wrote:
East Buc & UMR wrote:

$575 might actually be a bargain for all those characters, they look pretty well set. His 48 Druid has a higher crit rate in Moonkin than my 57 one does.

I would never put buying WoW characters, $575, and bargain in the same sentence (in that context). I am now wondering about your sanity, Christopher. Paying $575 for anything related to a computer game is cccrrrrraaazzzyyy unless you are a bazillionaire

I'd never be a en e-bayer, ruins the fun of playing the game. I'm just saying, given how much a lot of other accounts go for, and especially how much gold sells for these days, it's a pretty cheap deal.


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LOL, EVE.


Wed Jun 13, 2007 2:56 pm
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ecks wrote:
East Buc & UMR wrote:

$575 might actually be a bargain for all those characters, they look pretty well set. His 48 Druid has a higher crit rate in Moonkin than my 57 one does.

still couldn't touch my priest, no one can...not even rogues


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libertymark wrote:
ecks wrote:
East Buc & UMR wrote:

$575 might actually be a bargain for all those characters, they look pretty well set. His 48 Druid has a higher crit rate in Moonkin than my 57 one does.

still couldn't touch my priest, no one can...not even rogues

shadow spec I'm guessing?


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ecks wrote:
libertymark wrote:
ecks wrote:
East Buc & UMR wrote:

$575 might actually be a bargain for all those characters, they look pretty well set. His 48 Druid has a higher crit rate in Moonkin than my 57 one does.

still couldn't touch my priest, no one can...not even rogues

shadow spec I'm guessing?

shadow with a touch of discipline for the resistance to stun and fear and the inner focus spell which reduces the mana cost of my next spell by 100% and increases crit chance by 25%. picked up the extra shield and bonus on fortitude buff too.


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so for those who play, is anyone having a hard time finding a good guild? everyone i join either disbands two days later, sucks for 70s (even though they plan on raiding just never do it), or has 5 members on for the entire day. im almost about to abandon my 70 priest and start on kilrogg. got a friend who is a raid leader.


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