Archive for September 2008

I’m just sayin’…

September 21, 2008

Warhammer Online and the new PvE to PvP transfer policy are obviously already failures as there are still all these PvP freaks clogging up my PvE server.

An Open Letter to Every Warlock Ever

September 18, 2008

Hi, this is your friendly neighborhood healer.

Look, I dig you guys a lot. You’re rocking dps, summons are always useful time savers and your soulstones and healthstones are just great.

But I do have one teeny-tiny request. It’s all I ask, really.

Buy some water and carry it around with you. Maybe even drag some to your hotbars. If there’s a mage and he pops a buffet, grab a stack or two.

And when you’re out of combat, click that button.

Please, please stop Lifetapping your mana back and then stand there and wait for me to heal you, especially while I’m drinking after combat. It happens way too much when I’m grouping with you guys, and it’s really freaking annoying. I do not heal any warlocks who do this, and I won’t change that plan if they complain about it. If we’re in the middle of combat and you tap, and I’m holding the tank up fine, then sure, I’ll toss a heal your way. But just because you can bring all your mana back without drinking doesn’t mean you should and then wait for me to use my mana to fill your health back up.

Are we cool? Okay, cool. Thanks for understanding. Now if we could just do something about those Demonology specs…

Hugs, Kisses and Heals,

Doofy & Doffy

Word life, this is basic economics.

September 13, 2008

I don’t mean to brag*, but 90% of the items I put up for auction sell, and I never use add-ons to help me with this. Why do I clean up whenever I put stuff up on the Auction House? Because I just sell it for the lowest price.

I mean, seriously, it’s pretty basic economics, people. I see too many slaves to things like Auctioneer who sell stuff like primals, enchanting mats and ore at ridiculous prices, while I just search for the item, see what the cheapest price is, and undercut it for a gold or two. Ever wonder why Wal-Mart sells so much stuff? ‘Cause it’s cheaper than the other guys.

A couple of weeks ago, I wanted to sell off some of the Primal Mights I had made since I didn’t have any pressing need for them. Searching them up, there were many up in the 140-150 gold range, with a couple being sold for 130 gold. I listed six for 125 gold each and five sold. Just for fun, I wrote down the names of the people selling the mights for higher. One guy was selling five of them at 145. By the time almost all of mine sold, they had clearly been relisted for the same price. (And there were still a few available at a cheaper price.)

Why would you do this? I do not get the logic here at all. I made a ton of money, and this guy is still waiting for his, clearly because he’s just listing it for what his add-on is telling him.

I just don’t get it why someone would do this. Meanwhile, I’m enjoying my second epic flying mount. It’s so much easier to herb on Doffy this way now.

* No, wait, I totally do.