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How many times do you attempt to gank people fighting 2-3 mobs doing their dailies on the Golden Stair, and then have to run and use your Glider once they start owning you? I saw it happen twice today, once when you tried it on me, and another on a random Horde.
it is fun fighting out in the world :
pro tip : go into the interface menu "key bindings" you are going to scroll down to "action bar 3"
you are going to start keybinding more spells to things on your keyboard besides 1234567890-=
or my goodness you will never have a chance.
Edited by Venicide on 1/30/2013 12:58 PM PST
After ganking him repeatedly for about 15 minutes on the Golden Stair, I can confirm that yes, he does.
Also, phasing really REALLY confuses him. Step into the Spirit Realm because you're there doing your !@#$%^- dailies, then pop out of the spirit realm behind him, and his mind is blown.
Same thing if you zone into Sunsong Ranch when he's in Halfhill.
I'm not sure!
I'm still waiting for my forum ban to happen... Since this alleged interview on Vent that the mage posted supposedly included instances of me breaking the TOS of the forum.
Wasn't he going to post the transcription of that?
Mirana I am not sure who you think you are but the blessed quiet hasn't happened yet Velgarr and a few others are still posting!
I don't think Sorrow is quiet at all at least not in the world of warcraft.. he kills alot of horde.
Edited by Aviarissa on 1/31/2013 12:28 AM PST
I don't PVP much.
I haven't since Vanilla.
And for me to have SUCH an easy time with someone who does PVP all day?
The only interactions I've ever had with Sorrôw ended with him dead, me seeing like 5 or 6 Alliance and phasing back into my farm, or him being unflagged in Stormwind (then him dying when you guys finally outnumbered us and he decided to flag).
the statement should read: i've never seen sorrow kill a single horde player without 2 other hunters a shadow priest and a rogue attacking the same player.
And for me to have SUCH an easy time with someone who does PVP all day?.
Remember back in Vanilla Velgarr they used to make us play all day to keep rank, so maybe he just got tired from ganking so much. At least he made the extra effort and gave you his best at the time.
Way, way, inapro!
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