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No, I'm not going to give you a pep talk. I mean, it's true – you're smart, good looking, talented, and can do anything you put your mind to, but that's not what I'm doing here. I'm here to ask you, if you were to give a pep talk to another player or even your own character, what would it be? How would you encourage them to carry on and persevere over any challenge Azeroth throws at them?
Remember to keep it clean and positive. Happy Wednesday everyone!
90 Pandaren Warrior
Every morning I give my character a pep talk.
Me: Hey Kelvv
Me: You see that toaster?
Kelvv: Ya buddy!
Me: Okay, Now stop being foolish and throw that thing as far as you can...then give people highpaws for being themselves.
Kelvv: Will Do! "starts to eat toast"
A couple of thoughts I have. Completely plagiarizd.
Do or do not. There is no try.
The only thing we have to fear is fear itself!
Corpse crawling builds character!
If you're not going balls to the wall, you're doing it wrong.
What's the matter, Colonel Sanders....chicken?
"Hey, I got him. I got him!"
"That's great kid, don't get cocky!"
Those nerds saw me naked! (okay, that's not really a word of encouragement, but it somehow went from my recollection of "Revenge of the Nerds" to this post. Weird.)
To be fair, I've been up all night and am humorously tired.
Edited by Dalesong on 3/20/2013 8:01 AM PDT
Not having fun on your low population server? Transfer, the game is so much more fun on a high pop server. I made the move and the change is amazing. Don't worry about having to change your name or leaving friends behind, it's worth it. Just try to get your guild to move with you like my guild did.
1 Human Priest
I would tell them if they can't understand advice someone gives them? Life will be sure to instill it.... personally. ... OH my bad. Pep talk... er...... You can do anything you set your mind to!
Edited by Rogression on 3/20/2013 8:14 AM PDT
Don't give up. Do what it takes to improve. No matter what - do what it takes.
If you're not the top DPS in your guild, 9 times out of 10 it's your fault. Read the elitist jerks page that covers your class and spec. Need more help? Talk to the best players. Whisper them. Optimize your UI so that you can track important information. Do what it takes.
Your Alts wont make you better. Your effort into one character will. Always try to better yourself.
I started raiding when I was 13. I was crap. I keyboard turned, I hardly used cool downs, and I had little confidence. Over the next 4 years I was able to bring myself to the level of US 35 ranked 25 man raiding.
Do what it takes. It's uncomfortable, hard, and sometimes you have to just realize you completely suck. But that's not permanent. That can be changed. The content sits before you. Make yourself competitive enough to be aloud into the guilds that can do it. Join them, and earn your titles.
Edited by Peekochu on 3/20/2013 11:56 AM PDT
"I want you to know that taking your time and stopping to hear people's stories is not a bad thing. True, you may not reach level cap as quickly as everyone else, you may not have the most powerful gear in the game, you may not experience hard mode raiding, but by doing what you find interesting and enjoyable, you have something a lot of WoW players dont: fun."
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