Amen Break, anyone?
Amen Break, anyone?
Look, maybe it's you. If you see a paladin in the video and you don't know what to do because you're a warrior, it's not the game. It's not the class. It's not the encounter. It's you.
And no, tanking's not hard. You survive, you did a good job. You die, it was either your gear or your healers. Tanking involves very little skill nowadays. You've got a handful of cooldowns you use every couple minutes, and that's about it. DPS has to manage more at once, and healing is where the challenge really is.
"I don't know how to raid" is sort of meaningless on its own. What part is it you don't know, exactly?
I'm mostly hoping each level is challenging. Original Shattered Halls in BC was pretty rough. Doable, but rough. In Wrath, there are plenty of dungeons I simply never ran on normal, because my gear from BC was good enough to head straight into heroics.
A 5k gear score is doable with 5-man dungeons. I mean, even before this last patch.
You can "know the fights" by looking them up on wowpedia.org or youtube. Or tankspot. Or bosskillers. Or a half dozen other sites.
ICC pugs on my server routinely clear at least half of icecrown. I've known pugs attempt heroic bosses, and some even kill (normal) lich king.
Once upon a time, you could play a Blizzard game over a LAN.
Once upon a time, you could install a "spawn" copy to play against a friend, allowing the two of you to play multiplayer off one install disc and CD key.
Once upon a time, you didn't need the internet to play single player.
... and it annoyed me to no end that I couldn't just get something like my old phone, a Nokia 6150. All the phones now either flip or slide, and are chock full of "features" which are really thinly-veiled attempts to get you to cough up more money for a data plan.
I just wanted a regular phone with a 12-key number pad that could send text messages with predictive text input. Nope. Not offered anymore. Hell, I can't even send an email to someone without using a data plan and some email "service". (On the Nokia I could simply set an email address as the recipient of a text message.) And one of the features about it I really liked—the ability to set "profiles", multiple preference sets for ring volume and the like—isn't on the one I have now. But dammit, I can take pictures and... not do a whole lot with them.
And even the 6150 doesn't have something my original cell phone did that I gave up in 2004... I miss Snake.
Depends on the poll?
Pfft, as though it's uncommon for an 8 year old to ask that kind of question...or to hear the word sex used for that matter.
It isn't? It should be.
Maybe that's part of what's created the rise of prostitots? No one trying to keep sex away from children?
So, if I understand you right, you're saying the conversation goes like this:
"I don't really want to be talking to my 8-year-old about sex."
"Well, too bad. You should, and we're calling ourselves the Sex Party."
"Wow, you totally changed my mind!"
Um, yeah... not so much. This logic is a lot like atheists calling religious people stupid and expecting that to convert them to atheism.
You know, I know this is in the context of a business, but if you're going to name your political party the Sex Party, do you even stop and think about it? Are they allowed to run ads during prime time? Are you going to have 8-year-old asking, "Daddy, what does sex mean?" I'm not sure I'd vote for a party that put me through that kind of hassle.
I'm pretty sure it's worth $40 to be able to post as Cockass McShitfuck.
the company making [Glider] did not facilitate the user in violating the license
How do you propose one bots without a bot program?
Then don't do the parts you don't like.
It is not best to swap horses while crossing the river. -- Abraham Lincoln