If you're moving your mouse with your wrist you're doing it wrong.
Levelling is so removed from raiding that they're basically two different games. You can level a warrior and a priest to level 90 without ever once having had to grab aggro or heal another player.
If anything, levelling might teach you things that don't work in a dungeon. A tank might run away from a boss when low on health because that's what he does when fighting mobs in a zone, he's not expecting a heal.
If you've played WoW for any time, you'll know that the game only really "begins" once you hit the level cap.
So what you're saying is that the vast majority of WoW players have never actually played the game? They've only played the extended tutorial?
People think that raiding is the centre-point of the game because hardcore raiders make the most noise on Internet forums. The fact is, they had to introduce the random raid finder because Blizzard were putting all this effort into making all these raids and most players weren't seeing them because they weren't interested in raiding.
Really? When WoW came out I remember everyone saying how easymode it was compared to existing MMOs. You didn't even lose all your gear when you died.
Yeah cos when you play a game the last thing you want is to be able to see anything. Great design decision, on wonder id goes from strength to strength.
Since when do companies care whether their workers are happy or not? And what company has a mailroom nowadays? My company doesn't even have a reception, it was closed down to save money. If you had something delivered to the security lodge it would just get stolen, and you wouldn't be there to sign for it anyway.
In this jobs market employers don't have to do anything to attract workers.
It's called streaming.
If wearing a helmet makes any sense, why don't they wear them in Holland or Denmark?
There are only so many places you can do that, and they're mainly tapped, at least in the developed world.
That's the thing though, they don't spend their money. They live at Google, eat at Google, do their laundry at Google, do their shopping online at Google, go to the gym at Google, go for coffee at Google. These people are of no economic value to anywhere, all they do is force up property costs so people who actually spend money in the town can no longer afford to live there.
Yeah, if the US were a third-world country, there'd be homeless people living in tent cities, and record numbers of people going to food banks because they can't afford to eat. Millions of people would have little to no access to healthcare. There'd be millions of disenfranchised minorities locked up under political laws whilst kids of the ruling clan can drink drive and run down a load of innocent people and get away with it because they're rich and well-connected. The rich would have to live in gated commuties with armed watchmen stalking and shooting any poor people who wandered past, such is the level of paranoia.
I don't know if you've ever been to the third world, but they have TVs and phones. They're more likely to have mobile phones than computers. It's not a luxury in this day and age, you're just one of those people trying to shame poor people for daring to complain about their lot. It's the right-wing custom to shut-down debate when anyone says anything they don't like. You can't complain about poverty and inequality because you don't live in a cave with only a candle and a raw carrot for dinner.
If the likes of Google have their way, SF will turn into Detroit, as the only people living there will be commuting 100 miles away. What do you think happens to all the restaurants, cafes, shops, entertainment venues in SF when the only people who can afford to live there spend their entire waking lives at a tech 'campus' where they eat all their meals, do their laundry, shop online, go to the gym etc?
The review mirror? What exactly is that?
Conversely, that also gives you the right to eat it in the restaurant, as that is implied in the transaction.
A quarter? It's a pound in the UK, that's like six quarters.
Perhaps the fact that he needs to ask for recommendations for MMOs suggests that he's actually bored of the genre but wants people to convince him to keep playing them.