Another Dose Of Salt

I had just logged into my Druid when I was suddenly sent a whisper from a priest named Barbarian, who was on the same realm as me:

First of all, you are accusing me of swearing at you by calling me a ‘fukin noob?’ All right then, looks like I had better file this one under ‘Hypocrisy.’

Seriously though, I had no idea who in the hell this person was.

I got fed up with this crap, put the person on ignore and then thought that was the end of it.

I was wrong; they hounded me on EVERY SINGLE CHARACTER of mine that I logged into. It was as though they were doing a /who on my guild to see which character I was on. Eventually, after the umpteenth time, I logged into my Warlock to do a /who of my own.

I put Barbarian on ignore the second I logged in, just to be on the safe side.

Wait, Bridgeburners? Where have I heard that guild name be—

Oh. My. GOD. It can’t be… Flip, can it?

I am going to assume that it must have been; Flip is the only member of that guild I have ever had the misfortune of meeting. Yet, our first meeting was in APRIL; has Flip really harbouring a grudge against me for that long, just waiting for an opportunity to start shit once more? If so, then that’s a whole new level of pathetic.

Flip needs to lighten the fuck up and find a new hobby, as World of Warcraft is clearly stressing them out; might I suggest they try League of Legends?

From what I’ve heard, their player base is equally as salty, so they should fit right in.

100% Chance Of Failure

I was in a dungeon earlier, and we were doing quite well. The tank was doing the job very well – even as a Balance Druid – and we were making short work of every encounter thanks to the good DPS (of the other two people; my Warlock’s damage sucked).

However, the tank died before the second phase of the Fenryr encounter because he ran out of range of the healer and aggroed a lot of wolves.

So, rather than admit to his mistake, what does he do? He initiates a vote to kick the healer, citing ‘useless’ as the reason. Yes, really. I voted ‘No,’ of course, but the other two idiots voted ‘Yes’ for some reason and the vote passed. At the end of the dungeon, I made sure to tell the tank (Speedypollo-Pozzodell’Eternità) exactly what the problem was:

BTW, how the fuck do you expect the healer to heal you when you keep running away from them? Fucking idiot.

I think I made my point quite clear, wouldn’t you agree?

A-Ougha, A-Ougha! Elitist Alert, Elitist Alert!

I’ve said numerous times before that I don’t really do PvP – unless you count nuking the everloving shit out of a low level as such – yet I will often spend some time standing outside Orgrimmar or in Goldshire, watching those who do care about PvP dueling.

Naturally, this is also an invitation for every elitist fuckwit in the zone to come along, inspect me, and then issue the inevitable challenge — like Ougha from Magtheridon, who challenged Monkfu three times in quick succession. Every request was blocked – DuelResponse FTW* – but he still tried. Yet, when I told him to keep at it…

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Hoo boy. He’s one of those people.

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Of course I know you’d fuck me over, shithead; one of the reasons why I have an anti-duel addon installed is to stop exactly that from happening.

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Can you spot the moment when I got sick of his attitude? It should be fairly obvious.

Oh, how I wish this kind of behaviour would just disappear from the game… but then I remember that I live in the real world, and so such a thing will never happen. So, for now, I will continue my war against these arrogant, self-centred, egotistical swine.

Gonna need a bigger ignore list, though…

* Of course I would say this; I wrote it, after all.

But You Said You… Oh, Never Mind!

I’m currently levelling up an Orc Shaman, who is now working his way through the tedium that is Outland. While doing the quest to bomb demons on the Abyssal Shelf, I had some issues; I kept getting ‘out of range’ messages (even though I was right above my target), and even the occasional ‘spell not learned’ message.

Wondering if it was just me, I decided to ask in General chat about it. Let’s see if you can spot the failure here:

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Did you see it? No? Well, let me explain. Nyàh claims to have read what I said about having an issue with the quest, yet still said that I wasn’t ‘doing it right’ and that I was ‘stupid.’

Yet when I challenged them on this, no more was said.

Go figure.