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wattso
Nov 23, 2008, 08:20 AM
Thread could be potentially epic.
Pretty straight forward just post a screen shot of your WoW characters.
Hopefully we can discover people on the same server and meet up in game.

http://img134.imageshack.us/img134/2732/wowiy2.png

Sad, but this is my main. I just dont have enough time to get him up levels that quickly. One day I will ding 80, one day .....:rolleyes:

bartelby
Nov 23, 2008, 08:33 AM
Here's my main character. Waiting to get WotLK to carry on with him.
145510

Here's a new one I started yesterday:
145511

TJunkers
Nov 23, 2008, 10:12 AM
http://img.skitch.com/20081123-r98ubttxhs7q4nww31r4e1ccny.jpg

Don't be jealous... LVL 19!!! hahah

kkat69
Nov 23, 2008, 10:40 AM
Here's a few of mine...

EDIT: All mine are on Azjol-Nerub
(1st account)
Marivani = 70 NE Hunter
Alexiae = 46 NE Druid
Vaelwyn = 19 BE Hunter
Geldwen = 70 BE Mage
Echinsuocha (means white devil) = 17 BE Warlock
Vaelnor = 60 BE Death Knight
(2nd account)
Angorin = 67 Tauren Shaman
Atook = 59 Orc Death Knight

wattso
Nov 23, 2008, 11:31 AM
Interesting U.I you have there kkat69, what addon is that?

Shall we make it a rule that we include lvl realm and name of the character aswel as a screen-shot?

I'm loving this thread already! Keep 'em coming guys!

shfreelance
Nov 23, 2008, 11:35 AM
:rolleyes:

kkat69
Nov 23, 2008, 03:34 PM
Interesting U.I you have there kkat69, what addon is that?

Shall we make it a rule that we include lvl realm and name of the character aswel as a screen-shot?

I'm loving this thread already! Keep 'em coming guys!

I edited my post with lvl's and realms.

Spartan UI is the UI mod.

mikelong622
Nov 23, 2008, 11:19 PM
Here is my character. I've only been playing off and on for about a year now. I took 3 months off this summer. I tend to level very slowly because I get carried away exploring. Haha anyways, her name is Nycht, lvl 36 combat rogue, on Durotan server.

wattso
Nov 24, 2008, 01:06 PM
Keep 'em coming guys I know there's more of you out there that play WoW.

TJunkers
Nov 24, 2008, 01:29 PM
Keep 'em coming guys I know there's more of you out there that play WoW.

I doubt there's more... Only 11 Million people play. :p

palebluedot
Nov 24, 2008, 04:19 PM
I play on Emerald Dream which is a US RP-PVP server. I have a few other characters on other servers (Horde and Ally) but I never play them as I like to have everything on one server (never understood multiple servers)... I enjoy the lore of WoW and exploring/pvp/pve all of it but grinding characters over and over seems boring to me.

Anyways I have a 60 Rogue and a 63 Death Knight. Loving the DK.

More people should post (or buy WoW if you don't have it!)... and I say that not just cause I own stock in ATVI lol!

nando2323
Nov 24, 2008, 06:41 PM
Hey what add on is that that shows your cool downs. the one on the right next to the runes one.

Here's a few of mine...

EDIT: All mine are on Azjol-Nerub
(1st account)
Marivani = 70 NE Hunter
Alexiae = 46 NE Druid
Vaelwyn = 19 BE Hunter
Geldwen = 70 BE Mage
Echinsuocha (means white devil) = 17 BE Warlock
Vaelnor = 60 BE Death Knight
(2nd account)
Angorin = 67 Tauren Shaman
Atook = 59 Orc Death Knight

benthewraith
Nov 24, 2008, 09:05 PM
My Blood Elf Priest I've spent a year of my life with...

And my Night Elf Priest, who the wonderful gods of Blizzard have granted to restore after deleting him in December. I'm planning on leveling him to 80. Shadow spec. I'm sick of healing.

kkat69
Nov 24, 2008, 10:12 PM
Hey what add on is that that shows your cool downs. the one on the right next to the runes one.

That's the CT_BuffMod.

lilmitchmitch
Nov 25, 2008, 12:58 AM
Ahhh, I miss WoW. I had a 70 gnome mage named Tudd, and 70 human priest named Flolade, on the Deathwing server. I deleted the game from my computer when I finally quit several months ago and I was looking on my computer to see if I still had screenshots of them, but unfortunately I don't :(

Such fond memories of the game, yet I'm glad I finally got my life back. I've been tempted over the last week or two to get back into it, but I've resisted.

nando2323
Nov 25, 2008, 07:24 AM
Ahhh, I miss WoW. I had a 70 gnome mage named Tudd, and 70 human priest named Flolade, on the Deathwing server. I deleted the game from my computer when I finally quit several months ago and I was looking on my computer to see if I still had screenshots of them, but unfortunately I don't :(

Such fond memories of the game, yet I'm glad I finally got my life back. I've been tempted over the last week or two to get back into it, but I've resisted.

Sounds like you had a bit of a problem huh?

sammich
Nov 25, 2008, 07:39 AM
Ahhh, I miss WoW. I had a 70 gnome mage named Tudd, and 70 human priest named Flolade, on the Deathwing server. I deleted the game from my computer when I finally quit several months ago and I was looking on my computer to see if I still had screenshots of them, but unfortunately I don't :(

Such fond memories of the game, yet I'm glad I finally got my life back. I've been tempted over the last week or two to get back into it, but I've resisted.

I feel you Mitch. I've gone cold turkey for a month now, and so far so good. My subscription ran out, but at the lowest points I made trial accounts just to reminisce (trial limitations really bite though).

But at last count I had a 70 Draenei Shaman and a 70 Fury Warrior on Cael.

Peace
Nov 25, 2008, 07:39 PM
I'm back in the saddle after a year. Lvl 35 Warrior. Guild of Heros of Stormwind.

benthewraith ( Vevindis in WoW )You gave me 50 gold today that helped me get my horse..:D

Thanks again man!!

lilmitchmitch
Nov 26, 2008, 01:23 AM
Sounds like you had a bit of a problem huh?

I wouldn't go as far as saying ti was a problem. To most people who don't play the game it seems like such a problem. And now that I haven't played in a long time, I'll admit that I feel somewhat like a loser, but honestly it isn't just a game that only fat lazy nerds play, I met a lot of people on the game that I still talk with today. It's lame when people are like, you were so anti-social... not so much, because you interact with people all over the world and it doesn't just have to be serious game stuff. I had a lot of fun and I wish that more people would realize that.

I enjoy having such a wide group of friends. Friends that I've met through the game, or friends that I've known for years. Friends are friends; they're all the same.

nando2323
Nov 26, 2008, 08:46 AM
I wouldn't go as far as saying ti was a problem. To most people who don't play the game it seems like such a problem. And now that I haven't played in a long time, I'll admit that I feel somewhat like a loser, but honestly it isn't just a game that only fat lazy nerds play, I met a lot of people on the game that I still talk with today. It's lame when people are like, you were so anti-social... not so much, because you interact with people all over the world and it doesn't just have to be serious game stuff. I had a lot of fun and I wish that more people would realize that.

I enjoy having such a wide group of friends. Friends that I've met through the game, or friends that I've known for years. Friends are friends; they're all the same.

Yeah I understand what you're saying. I have been playing for over 3 years now and I love it, it's a great pass time. Just the way you said on your original post that you're glad to have your life back, you made it sound like it was binding your life.

wattso
Nov 26, 2008, 03:25 PM
First Hunter and I have to say I'm really enjoying it! Look how cool my two bears are :D

Names roflobster lvl 12 on chromaggus EU

lilmitchmitch
Nov 26, 2008, 04:02 PM
Yeah I understand what you're saying. I have been playing for over 3 years now and I love it, it's a great pass time. Just the way you said on your original post that you're glad to have your life back, you made it sound like it was binding your life.

Yeah, well sometimes it was a bit constricting just because it was so much fun and I didn't want to do anything else. But I'm glad that I made my friends and I still interact with them, just with things outside of the game. :)

deorg
Dec 6, 2008, 11:02 PM
Ive kept on my mind a video break in the previous warcraft game, that the prince came from the land and "succed" his dad by entering his castle and stabing him with his sword...
I used to play tides of darkness when I wass little and it was cool

bassproguy07
Dec 7, 2008, 01:06 AM
A lot of my friends are WoW addicts, yes addicts because WoW is a drug that sucks people in like its cool or something lol. I have never gotten into the game for that very reason lol. I saw this thread and thought oh geeze theres got to be a ton of posts on here but I was most definately surprised at how un epic this thread is. :rolleyes::rolleyes:

Nermal
Dec 7, 2008, 01:36 AM
Behodar, 80 Draenei Shaman, Bronzebeard.

http://www.behodar.com/images/beho-dalaran.jpeg

motulist
Dec 7, 2008, 02:25 AM
As an old school gamer I've never really gotten into the online social gaming thing. I tried out one of these things, I believe it was second life, and it seemed like just a bunch of people's avatars walking around. What's the point? I must be missing something.

I was always a big rpg and action-adventure game fan, and I just don't see how the experience is enhanced by having other real people play characters in the game world along side me. To me, if I'm playing a game it's because I want to play a game, and if I want to socialize I call my friends or go onto forums to directly talk about stuff. It's seems like combining the activities of video gaming and socializing is the worst of both worlds.

What am I missing?

p.s. I hope I'm not thread-jacking too much.

wattso
Dec 8, 2008, 11:01 AM
First of all, I wouldn't base your opinions of MMO's on second life since it's really just a visual version of something like myspace or facebook, nothing like WoW.

It's a hard question to answer though. The game never forces you to co operate with other real life players and indeed it is still a fantastic game to play completely solo. WoW isn't really about socialising as you seem to think, although its always fun to meet up with friends in game and quest together, its more about enhancing the games experience with the aid of other people rather than meeting up for a laugh and catching up.

It's hard for me to articulate my point but you could always try the two week free trial that Blizzard do and make your own mind up? Although you wont have anywhere near the full WoW experience in just two weeks (with a level cap of 20)

squeeks
Dec 8, 2008, 12:36 PM
there are also a couple of free MMORPGs you can try such as

Mabinogi (http://mabinogi.nexon.net/)

and

Perfect World (http://www.perfectworld.com/)

Mabinogi has a full story you can play, it used to be pay only but they opened up the whole first part for free users, and hopefully they will do the same for the other parts, Perfect World i havent played yet, it looks more interesting than mabinogi...but ive heard its not as good.

I actually play mabinogi every night for a few hours for the past few weeks, ive really gotten into it and its quite entertaining.

lilmitchmitch
Dec 8, 2008, 01:47 PM
First of all, I wouldn't base your opinions of MMO's on second life since it's really just a visual version of something like myspace or facebook, nothing like WoW.

It's a hard question to answer though. The game never forces you to co operate with other real life players and indeed it is still a fantastic game to play completely solo. WoW isn't really about socialising as you seem to think, although its always fun to meet up with friends in game and quest together, its more about enhancing the games experience with the aid of other people rather than meeting up for a laugh and catching up.

It's hard for me to articulate my point but you could always try the two week free trial that Blizzard do and make your own mind up? Although you wont have anywhere near the full WoW experience in just two weeks (with a level cap of 20)

I'll agree that the game isn't meant to be a social network. But I will say that it's a big aspect of it. The reason why it's an online game is so that you can interact with other people, and like you said to keep progressing. And a lot of people aren't hardcore raiders; they like to get online and meet up with friends and have some fun. PvP is totally socially interactive, but again, I'll agree that you don't just sit around and catch up on things, but while on Vent or w/e, it isn't always just game talk.

If you're into killing **** and running around doing random tasks to get gold and new items, then this game is pretty fun. It's awesome to be in a top raiding guild with a bunch of other people that want to see new content and get new gear. Within a month (after obtaining the highest level, 80 now) you'll be decked out and have fun ganking the other faction. Or at least that's what I did :)

crazycat
Jan 28, 2009, 01:03 PM
80 Troll Shaman.

http://img101.imageshack.us/img101/5923/15831172yi5.jpg (http://www.imagehosting.com/)

My mount.

http://img136.imageshack.us/img136/8919/78548327em5.jpg (http://www.imagehosting.com/)

This is my main character i also have a 75 hunter, 70 warlock, 70 priest, 65 rogue and many more lower ones. Enjoy.

Xidius
Feb 22, 2009, 07:54 PM
http://xidi.us/WoW/standardspec.jpg

Full Tier 6 + Sunwell Gear + Warglaive

http://www.wowarmory.com/character-sheet.xml?r=Daggerspine&n=Xidius

Peace
Feb 28, 2009, 07:10 AM
The Great Seat after the PVP battle : ;)