A priest just cast Confession on the realm!

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I've wiped multiple raids before.
Guild raids.
For the sole purpose of teaching mechanics to members.
But once or twice...
For the lulz.

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I spend tens of thousands of gold on transmog/roleplay items.

I have a problem.
I've spent over 6000g on changing my hair color/cut on my rogue when it was Arielen. It used to be the blonde shoulder-length one until, one faithful day, she grew it out and dyed it.

My priest never completed DS10 spine because my weekly pug team would wipe at least 8 times every Thursday before I gave up.

I also moved all my toons to MG without telling a soul beforehand.
I spend tens of thousands of gold on transmog/roleplay items.

I have a problem.


You're not alone...

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On my rogue, I used Tricks of the Trade on an annoying mage in the group, instead on the tank. The mage wasn't too happy about it, but it felt good.

I cried when I left my guild Forbidden Lore on Alliance. They're wonderful, wonderful people.

I left my old server without telling anyone about it. When they finally got hold of me, they were shocked that I transferred to a Role Playing realm.

I votekicked a mage for using Blizzard on single-target mobs and... pretty much everything that moved. I don't think he was aware that he had more than that spell at his disposal. I'm not ashamed.

EDIT: The first time I had to subdue my voidwalker in order to bind him to me (back when we still had to do that quest) I died several times before figuring out what to do.

I was a bad lock...bad bad bad.
When I play my warlock (level 22), I let my imp do the casting while I just keep applying my curses.

I'm demo spec.
Sometimes I'll plant Explosive Decoys outside of Northshire Abbey and stealth and watch lowbies curiously attack them and explode to their deaths.
Sometimes I use Mind Vision to eavesdrop on (e)rps.

And then I giggle about it with my friends.
I like pink.
I lost interest in WoW five years ago and only inertia and online friends are keeping me playing.
On my rogue, I used Tricks of the Trade on an annoying mage in the group, instead on the tank. The mage wasn't too happy about it, but it felt good.


Did that to a real prick of a healer back in WotLK, I think it was. Granted, the tank did ask me to. If I recall correctly, the healer was trying to "grief" us by refusing to heal and just standing outside of the next pull, so the tank asked me and the hunter to pull onto the healer. That's normally something I wouldn't do, but that guy reached the end of my very long fuse.

I don't know if this counts, but back in the day when Divine Intervention existed I had a couple of paladin friends that would run into groups of other RPers when they were bored, shout something about how the world was miserable, then use DI on the other one who was usually hiding behind a tree. Although I was outwardly apologetic/embarrassed about it, I was actually laughing really really hard about it.

My favorite one was when the other one would run out to the new corpse and scream "NO, MY LOVE!" and then cast their DI right on top of them.
I generally take a fairly passive 'Eh whatever' approach to random battlegrounds since it's a coin-toss as far as how it'll go. Someone focusing me down? Happens. Grave yard camped? Annoying, but eh. Someone kind enough to do a /spit emote at me? Whatever, who cares.

However.

The minute you /spit emote at a friend I've queued up with? Focus about winning the match goes out the window and my entire goal in the battleground is then to personally make the remainder of the game an absolute living hell for you.
I actually hate the Challenge mode transmog set for warlocks. I hate it so much, I go out of my way to humiliate and destroy any warlock in a BG I see wearing it.
I've been playing since Vanilla and I still enjoy the game.
I spend tens of thousands of gold on transmog/roleplay items.

I have a problem.


CUPPYCAKE VAULT
If asked for a portal to Dalaran by a rude individual I will instead make a portal to Ancient Dalaran.

Fun facts:

1. Ancient Portal looks identical to normal one and it has the name Dalaran.
2. The exit to Ancient Portal is well above the lethal height for a drop.
3. I'm not coming down to rez them or make another portal.
If asked for a portal to Dalaran by a rude individual I will instead make a portal to Ancient Dalaran.

Fun facts:

1. Ancient Portal looks identical to normal one and it has the name Dalaran.
2. The exit to Ancient Portal is well above the lethal height for a drop.
3. I'm not coming down to rez them or make another portal.


You're my hero.
I have done BGs with my Time-Lost Figurine equipped and only realized once the match was over. =3

If asked for a portal to Dalaran by a rude individual I will instead make a portal to Ancient Dalaran.

Fun facts:

1. Ancient Portal looks identical to normal one and it has the name Dalaran.
2. The exit to Ancient Portal is well above the lethal height for a drop.
3. I'm not coming down to rez them or make another portal.

Where did you get that spell?! =O
Go to Scarlet Halls, can be normal mode, and in Flamemaster's room is a book with the teleport spell. Go to Dalaran with it and from the same shop you get Poly:Black Cat they now sell Portal: Ancient Dalaran.

It's immense fun for portal roulette.
My highest arena rating was achieved with the most easy team composition in the game's history, and is still an unimpressive rating.

I wiped my guild on the fire bird trash in Firelands.

I raid for cool looking gear, not progression.

And perhaps the worst, most heinous of them all, I undercut people on the AH by a disgusting margin.
I can never get motivated to push myself to level when a new expansion comes out, so I end up falling behind really quickly.. My highest character right now is still an 88.

I just get depressed when the gear and such that I worked so hard to get was suddenly as worthless as quest greens.

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