Friday, June 27, 2008

RIP Steve Madry

Rest in Piece Steve Madry, aka Stevi, aka Fubaryou, aka Tripodd. You will be greatly missed.

Stevi was a healer for us in Grand Theft Kodo, a hunter for us in Forsaken and PVPed as his Warlock Tripodd. He was a kind soul and always offered his Enchanting service to the guild in a moments notice. Sadly, on June 21st, Steve Madry passed away from a heart attack but his brother was kind enough to notify someone in-game about the incident.

Stevi, we'll miss you on vent with your southern draw and we'll miss having you in our Kara group. On behalf of the players that had the pleasure of being in your groups, you'll be missed.

Wednesday, June 25, 2008


7 more Ahune kills last night.. the same damn cloaks are dropping. Is the drop rate for the staff really THAT bad?

On a good note, I won 2 EOTS matches and gathered the rest of my tokens for the new S4 caster necklace and slapped a Veiled Noble Topaz in it.

Looks like Friday is going to be another Kael night. I'm not looking forward to wiping for 4 hours and I'm not confident we can down him but thats all part of raiding.. learning the fight.

I need to nail out some dailies for money since I'm too lazy and have too much to do at the moment to farm consumables. Blargh.

On another good note, a friend of ours that had quit WoW around February-ish came back to the game last night and we took him with us to heal for our Ahune attempts. He got one of the 3 healing cloaks that dropped. At least one went to good use.

Tuesday, June 24, 2008

If It Wasn't For Bad Luck..

Got a solid group of friends to farm Ahune last night, swapping out for alts, etc., for a total of 9 summons. 7 of those attempts we downed him and every single one dropped a cloak.

The two wipes we had were due to the lack of AoE from our Lock on one attempt and our Mage on another. The fight is pretty fun and we had the easiest time with an Arms warrior handling adds. I actually got to Moonkin-tank one successful attempt which was pretty awesome.

I'm still after that damn staff..

Season 4 started today but S1 is nowhere to be found. Apparently the rumors were true that S1 can only be purchased with T4 tokens now.. it's not replacing the blue quality pvp gear from the rep vendor and can not be purchased for reduced honor costs. S2 can now be purchased which is nice. I need about 12k more honor for the staff which I think is my best option at this point.

I could go home and do 1 AV to get enough honor to buy the neck or hold off and get the staff.. weapons are apparently easier to come by but my luck is awful. We'll see.

Monday, June 23, 2008

Anetherowned + TD gets Supremed.

I don't know how anyone else felt at last nights raid but something was off.

We started off going to Mount Hyjal and 1 shotted Rage Winterchill. Our main Shadowpriest and one of our Hunters got their bracers and we moved on to Anetheron. We dominated the trash flawlessly but Anetheron wiped us 4 times.

This is a boss that this guild has downed numerous times and we had a good setup.. but for some reason we couldn't even get him to 50% once. Healers mentioned having problems keeping our infernal tank up and reaching the rest of the raid and we had horrible luck with his Carrion Swarm hitting the same group that got the infernal spawn. Thats no bueno. Every so often the person getting the infernal spawn wouldn't run to the infernal tank fast enough and would take a huge beating.

After 4 wipes we decided to call it and go try Supremus. Saturday night, Total Dominance downed Najentus for the first time and had a try at Supremus. Their best attempt was 26%. Last night on our first shot we got him to 1% before wiping. Our 2nd attempt was haulted at about 40% with our tank dropping due to tanking him in the fire.

It was nice to finally experiance Hyjal beyond Rage Winterchill and to actually step foot in to Black Temple but it was a bit depressing only downing 1 boss in 4 hours. I was also really hoping for the trash mace to drop but, alas, it didn't and I'm STILL stuck using the Bringer of Death.. still.. in Hyjal & BT. Thats pathetic lol. Hopefully tonight Ahune drops that new epic staff (even though its poorly itemized).

Saturday, June 21, 2008

Back in the Game!

So the move is over.. well.. most of it.. but I've finally gotten time to get back to playing WoW. Sadly, after not playing for about a solid week, I'm not really motivated to continue playing.

I thought raiding on Jandrae would have filled the void but unfortunately it hasn't. I enjoy raiding with Total Dominance but I just can't raid on the weekends. Raiding at 1:15 am is never a problem except on Saturday morning when I have to be up for work at 9:00 am and don't get out of the raid until 5:30am.

So here I sit at work.. very VERY tired. Last night we downed Alar to finish up the TK trash bosses and worked on Kael for about 3 hours. We made great progress and consistantly make it to phase 3 before all hell breaks loose.

I'm not sure what the problem is outside of this just being a new fight to a majority of the raid team.. but it rekindled my hatred of learning new boss fights. TD is new to BT as well and I don't know if I want to look forward to wiping in there a bunch.

This is me being stubborn I guess. Afterall, I'm an undergeared Moonkin raiding T5 content in T4 gear so I AM lucky to raid where I am at the moment.

I'm debating on taking a break until WOTLK comes out and then seeing if the interest is still there. My wife raids earlier than I do so for a few days we don't really see each other for about 8 or 9 hours at a time. We're both really bored when the other is raiding and I don't want to keep putting time in to WoW's raiding content at the moment when the gear is going to be obsolete soon enough.

I'm really not sure what to do at this point but I can honestly say that last night being my first night back raiding I didn't enjoy myself. Not because I didn't get loot. Not because we wiped on Kael for a few hours but just because it's getting old and time consuming. The days I raid takes up all my free time online. The days I don't raid I spend my free time doing dailies to fund repairs and consumables. I have 4 70's and no interest in rolling another alt or switching factions. I came from the Horde. I switched to Alliance after hitting 70 on my Undead Warlock and realizing that our server sucked for Horde.

Even if I switched factions for a change of scenery, what would I do? Hit 70 again and raid the same places I've been raiding? It's not the people that are burning me out so I don't think that would help matters at all.

We'll see what happens, I guess.

Friday, June 13, 2008

Moving On Up Part 2

My wife and I start the move today after work around 2:30pm EST.

We'll be without internet for 2 days - Blah.

Thursday, June 12, 2008

New PVP Bot

I created a Mage to PVP with at 70 or 80, etc., isntead of respeccing my current toons. I've wanted a Mage for awhile and some friends recently rolled on our server so hopefully I can PVP with them. I know one of them loves to PVP so who knows.

My first toon ever in WoW was an Undead Mage named Vevister. My Warlock spoiled me so I deleted him and rolled a Human Mage named Aulbeth. He's only 11 but he'll be 70 soon enough as he'll be my primary concern when I'm not raiding on Jandrae.

The pic above is just a palceholder until I can get home and take a screen cap of him to post. Credit goes out to whoever this is lol.

Wednesday, June 11, 2008

Arena Season 4 Confirmed.

Photo found online. This isn't me, I just loved that he's using the Corrupted Ashbringer.

As confirmed by a blue post via the official forums, Season 4 will start June 24th.

What does this mean?

Outside of horrible looking "Brutal Gladiator" (el oh el) PVP gear, all Season 1 gear will now be buyable from rep vendors much like the the blue gear is now. Season 2 will now be buyable with a mixture of honor and tokens much like Season 1 is now. I don't think the honor cost has been leaked yet but I wonder what they'll do about the weapons and other non-set epics?

This is good news for anyone with an undergeared or newly reached 70 character. The current blue PVP set can be purchased for a little under 150g and, albeit not Kara ready, is a good start. If they keep the price the same, this would also make gearing for offspecs a bit easier.

Mutoh is fully epicced outside of his chest peice which I'd be happy to pick up the S1 Elemental chest and the entire Enhancement set. I wouldn't mind picking Jandrae up some S1 healing pieces for the slots I haven't filled from Kara yet. Adiar is a few levels from 70 and full S1 would be an awesome start. I know it's blasphemous to show up to tank in S1 but it's better than the blues I'd have, I'm sure.

The downfall is that this is just another dumbing down of the game, making it easier for casual players to hang with the big boys that actually dedicate their time and effort to progress in the game. Sure it's S1 and S4 is available but buying epics for very little gold seems a bit cheap. I expect to see countless people showing up for Kara in full S1 isntead of actually TRYING (god forbid) to gear themselves.

I guess I'm torn because it's a good chance to gear up my alts really fast but at the same time I've been playing awhile and hate when things just get handed to people. On the other hand, WOTLK is being advertised with a November release date by EB Games and I think Blizzard is trying to milk it's own teet and give people the chance to experiance all the Burning Crusade has to offer before it's looked over by new players in WOTLK.

Buying S1 epics but still having to attune yourself to do Ony for fun? I don't get it.


Just wanted to congratulate Total Dominance on downing Azgalor for the first time this week and to also congratulate my friends over in Grand Theft Kodo for downing Shade of Akama for the first time.

Nothing more, nothing less.

Tuesday, June 10, 2008

Rush RH and Win.

Yesterdays PVP daily was AV which I never pass up. It's also double honor weekend in AV. You figure that AV has been around forever and most people know how to win.. skip Galv, rush the hordes RH, cap their towers and defend until they're ours.

Alliance sucks at AV at the moment and it took about 2 hours to actually pull off a win. On the bright side, I'm only about 1k honor & 8 EOTS tokens short from the PVP neck which is a nice upgrade.

Ah well. With only about an hour a day to play between packing, AV is all I can handle at the moment.

Monday, June 9, 2008

Adobe Account Haxx Info

Anyone who has logged in to WoW at all during the last 8 days has noticed a huge warning to upgrade to the most recent version of Adobe Flash as there has been a security issue.

Someone that I run heroics with regularly said their account was hacked and fears that it was because of the Adobe issue. He said that the hacker got on his account and spammed the trade channel that he was selling Spectral Tiger Mount loot-card codes for 1500g, made about 12,000g from it and mailed the money to another account before logging out. He still had all of his gear, etc., but now he has to suffer the wrath of angry spammers that paid for their loot codes and never got them.

GO UPDATE YOUR ADOBE FLASH DRIVE, lol. Don't let this happen to you.

Movin on Up!

Packing and moving this week so I won't have much time to play, if any at all.

Don't expect many updates for about 2 weeks.

Saturday, June 7, 2008

Eff Joo, Tidewalker!

Thats about how I felt tonight. We had a few no-shows so the raid started an hour later than scheduled but we still managed to one-shot Lurker, Leotheras and Fathom Lord. We wiped 3 times on Tidewalker and called it a night which dissapointed a few people but with the late start we were already 30 minutes over raid time.

Total Dominance does the Tidewalker fight a lot different then Grand Theft Kodo did. TD uses a Pally tank to bring all of the murloc spawns to Tidewalker so the AoE damages him as well. It works OK until the Pally tank gets the Watery Grave 3 times and a row and wipes the raid.. and the same thing happens every attempt thereafter.

I somehow managed to get Velvet Boots of the Guardian from Lurker on my first night. I think the other 3 people were rolling for offspecs and when they noticed I was rolling they all kindly passed to help me gear up with them. It was very welcoming and something I had never seen in GTK. I definitely feel like a part of TD right now, even though I'm still in recruit status.

Friday, June 6, 2008

Just a crit buff? I think not.

It seems that a lot of people are ignorant to what a Moonkin brings to the raid. I will honestly say that 90% of the players only see a Moonkin as a +5% spell crit buff for casters but there is more to us than that.

+3% hit to the entire raid - A Moonkin specced in to Improved Faerie Fire brings a valuable utility to the raid with 3% hit. Not just melee, not just spell hit. As long as the Moonkin's Faerie Fire is on the mob the entire raid gets this buff.

2% avoidance for tanks - Insect Swarm is a DoT but also reduces the mobs chance to hit by 2%. Yes, it even works on raid bosses.

25% reduction of attack speed - Hurricane is an unappreciated AoE that is usually lol'ed at for it's lack of damage. What people DON'T know is that ANY mobs affected by Hurricane has their attack speed reduced by 25%. Sure, all Druids get Hurricane but a tank or healer isn't going to be using this very much.

More aggro on the tank - Brambles increases the effectiveness on Thorns which in turn increases threat generated by the tank while taking damage.

An additional Innervate - Moonkin provide good single-target DPS while also bringing the utility of an additional Innervate for the healers. This is a risk free Innervate because the Tank sure isn't popping out of form to use his/hers and the Resto Droods don't have to stop healing to use theirs.

An additional Rebirth - The same benefit as listed above for Innervate. The healers don't have to stop to use theirs and it adds another one to the pot. Good times!

Backup Healing - Balance Druids get talents that increase their spell damage and healing by a certain percentage of their Intellect and pack a lot of it. In situations where tanks need that extra healing, a Boomkin can pop out of form and throw up every HoT a Resto Druid has, albeit less effective.

Treants - Ok so this is just a fun spell to use and it never fails to hear someone on vent say "WTF?". Sure it brings nothing to the table but I don't leave home without them. Sometimes wiping repeatedly brings everybody down but Treants turn that frown upside down. I'm a rapper. Quote that.

You Live & You Learn.

As I continue raiding with Jandrae, a few things have come up that I'd like to point out as well as some macros that I would like.

In Zul'Aman, spamming Rank 1 Entangling Roots on the Scouts is just as effective as the max rank and is far more mana friendly.

On raid bosses, using Rank 1 Faerie Fire with the Improved Faerie Fire talents provides the same +3% hit rating as is far more mana friendly.

Being a Moonkin that normally runs with a Paladin and isn't as geared as the rest of the DPS, it's kind of pointless to take the Subtlety talent and I should have taken Intensity isntead for 15% mana regen while casting.

If a boss has no aggro table (i.e. Aran) I can blow my entire mana bar in 20 seconds. That sucks. I need to learn how to conserve mana. Badly.

I need to make a macro for Entangling Roots that casts the max rank with a shift modifier for rank 1 (for times like ZA or PVP).

Thats about all I can think of at the moment.

4 Out of 6 Aint Bad?

Got the Eagle, Bear, Dragonhawk & Lynx bosses down tonight on my first "official" raid in the new guild. Went well outside of the Dragonhawk boss. We missed the 2nd chest by 2 minutes I think but wiped on the Dragonhawk about 3 times. 2 shotted Halazzi which was nice considering one of our healers was a PuG. Since it wasn't a full guild run we decided to call it after Lynx instead of heading to Malacrass.

The Bear boss dropped the Fury of the Ursine bracers which are a very VERY slight upgrade from the Windhawk bracers I crafted but they're cloth and would ruin my set bonus. I passed on them for a Mage. I did manage to get enough badges to pick up these sexy shoulders (instead of the boots). I didn't notice the amount of spell hit on them before and they were a HUGE upgrade from the crap shoulders from Aran. The boots are a nice upgrade as well but the ones I have at least had crit and MP5 on them as well as damage.. where the shoulders from Aran have the ever-useless spell pen. It doesn't hurt that they're sexy as well!

But man.. I'm so tired T_T. I have to get up in a little over an hour for work.

Also just wanted to give super kudo props to my wife's guild, Endless, for getting Bloodboil to 1% twice. I'm sure they'll down him if they go back on Sunday. Also wanted to congratulate my friends in Grand Theft Kodo for their first downing of Supremus. Although I'm not in the guild anymore, I DO have friends that still raid over there and just wanted to commend THEIR actions.

On a side note, I took Mutoh out of that new Kara guild, respecced BACK to Elemental and put him back in Forsaken for the time being. I need some badges for him so hopefully there is a Kara run sometime this weekend.

Thursday, June 5, 2008

Kiss My Malacrass

I was informed with about 24-30 hours notice that I "may" be needed for ZA tonight with the new guild, Total Dominance. Thats awesome! I like ZA and I've never had the chance to attempt Malacrass or Zul'jin but apparently they run 2 groups with full clears on Thursdays.

I woke up and watched a "how to" video for Malacrass before work but didn't have time to check out Zul'jin. I DID manage to send myself some of the boss strats via work e-mail to check out during my night shift here.

I have a list of things I need to do when I get home before the raid. I wish I had gotten more notice but the guild leader really wants to gear me up before taking me in to Hyjal and ZA is a nice step in the right direction. If we fully clear I'll be 1 badge short for the Moon Walkers.

When I get home, I need to check the AH for any shadow resist gear, get my boots enchanted, put +shadow resist on my cloak, farm mats for another Flask of Blinding Light, re-watch the Malacrass video and actually find and watch a "how to" Zul'jin video. Oh, and I need to respec to put some talents points in other places. I've been told that I need to keep Brambles for Imp Thorns on the tank and I suppose I'll keep Imp Faerie Fire until I reach 12% spell hit.

Hopefully I don't make a fool of myself tonight because I'm still used to raiding as a Warlock and not used to having important things to do during the raid like Innervating healers or battle rezzing. All in due time, I suppose! I also need to farm about 6k more honor and 8 more EOTS tokens for the PVP neck. *sigh* I hate PVP sometimes.

Wednesday, June 4, 2008

And Back to Raiding I Go! + Knowing When to Say When.

An officer from the guild I had applied to whispered me last night in the middle of a horrid Kara group on Mutoh. He had mentioned wanting to take me on a Kara run on Jandrae later in the night once he gets more people and I agreed to go to make a good first impression.

We WTF pwned Kara but left behind Nightbane because no one had their urn on them and we were in a hurry to finish the place so it wasn't worth the 2 badges. I'm now 10 badges shy of my Moon Walker boots. Wewt!

After the run, he whispered me again and said they were prepared to give me a guild invite and would like me to run SSC with them on Friday. I R EXCITED!

So by Friday I somehow need to obtain 10 badges and 9k honor.. ouch..

So yeah.. as of now.. I am a raiding Boomkin. <3

On to part 2!

A new guild had formed on our server and said they were just looking to farm Kara for badges once a week. I had whispered the guild leader and said that I had a Shaman I would like to bring and since they were short on healers I would respec Resto.

He shot me a guild invite and the way they were all talking in guild chat you would figure they've all been to Kara 100 times, they were geared and were just looking for a fast one night clear per week for 22 badges.. yeah right.

Tonight was our first night in Kara and it was a total nightmare. We didn't start the first pull until almost an hour after the raid started and the people that showed up didn't even have the gear to run heroics, let alone Kara. The healer assigned to the MT was in 60% greens with the Wal-Mart Healer package of the Crystal Pulse Shield and Essence Focuser. Nothing against those two pieces of gear but at least get them enchanted before you walk in to a raid.

Lets take a run down the raid list here. For our healers we had a Priest with a few pieces of S1, some greens and some isntance blues. A Holy Paladin which is who I spoke about earlier with mostly greens and the AH blues, and me. A Resto Shaman with +1400 healing,, 200 mp5 while casting unbuffed and the only person in the entire raid using consumables.

Our tank was pretty geared in a few pieces of S1, the badge shield and Thunderfury. He was the raid leader and I was actually pretty impressed with his tanking ability and raid leadership. Sadly, he was the only one in the raid that I was impressed with. Out OT was a Feral Druid with full S1. No PVE gear at all.. and he was taking a TON of spike damage.

Our DPS consisted of a Hunter, a Warlock, a Mage, an Arms PVP Warrior and a Rogue. The Hunter was wearing PVP gear which is OK for Hunters I guess. The Warlock had a few Kara epics so I figured they knew what they were doing but they seemed to die every.. single.. pull.. The Warlock and the Rogue were in a DPS race trying to out-do each other but they both just seemed to pull off the tank and die very very often so I stopped healing them.

The Warlock wore their Argent Dawn Commission trinket the whole time and said they didn't have anything else to wear. The Rogue was to concerned with his DPS and died regardless of how much gear he might have had. The Arms Warrior kept attacking shackled targets and was wearing the S1 2h sword and the blue pvp rep gear that came out with the last patch. Let me tell you, it was a great time and more than 2 hours after the raid started we wiped on Moroes for the 2nd time. 2h 30m in to the raid we finally down Moroes and then most of us wipe on the next trash pull so I called it quits.

My question is this. When is it OK to say when? If you don't dislike anyone in your raid group but you just don't want to spend your entire night wiping on Kara with a group that has no business being there, when is it OK to tell the raid leader "I give up"?

During our second Moroes wipe I whispered the raid leader and told him that I was very familiar with Kara and didn't feel that we had the right group makeup or the gear to be in there. He whispered back and said it was a lot of their first times in Kara and to be patient but there has to be a line there. Is it worth being patient when 80% of your raid isn't geared enough to even run heroics?

I made an excuse and told the raid that my mains guild whispered me and needed me for something and I couldn't tell them "no I'm running something on an alt", hearthed, left the raid and have little to no interest in signing back up for their Kara runs. Part of me feels like a total jerk for doing that but at the same time I was told they were geared, experianced and just looking for a "weekly, fast" Kara runs which was far from true.

At least this allows me to focus on raiding 3 nights a week on Jandrae =X

Tuesday, June 3, 2008

New Gear FTW

I wanted to seperate this blog from the previous one since it doesn't really deal with the same issue.

A group of us formed a regular Kara group for our alts that run every Saturday night. I'm taking Jandrae to gear her up after last week was so profitable. This week I ended up with about 18 badges (we skipped Illhoof and Netherspite due to lack of time), the Mantle of the Mind Flayer from Aran & the Ruby Drape of the Mysticant from Prince.

The Mantle is horrible (+spell pen FTL) but it has more spell damage and stats than my current shoulders so I took them. No other casters wanted them so they didn't count as my "roll" for the night. The cape from Prince dropped and +spell hit is win. I used my roll for that and beat the Warlock for it. Wewt!

Hopefully this weekend gives me the offhand from Netherspite and the neck from Moroes. =X

Guild Drama 4: The Finale

Ah, where to begin?

I am not a raider with GTK due to my work schedule conflicting with their raid times. My wife IS a raider with them and has been for 8 months, 3 of which she has been the Mage class leader. My wife has a close in-game friend that is also a Mage and raided with us in GTK.

As time went on, my wife grew tired of obvious favoritism, selfishness and (insert word here for "going behind class leaders backs and telling people to do what the guild leader thinks would boost their own dps instead of bettering the player and raid group") on behalf of the guild leader.

A former guildy of ours left for a more progressed guild, had been raiding with them for about a month and was quite happy. He is also friends with my wife's Mage friend and told him that their guild was hurting badly for 2 really geared Mages to down Archimonde and move on passed the first 4 bosses in BT. This sparked an interest in the Mage friend leaving our current guild for the more progressed guild and asked my wife to go with him for the 2nd Mage spot.

They were both unhappy with the current leadership (not all, but mainly the guild leader) and considered this for over a month. The Mage friend finally got fed up with up and gquit without posting a reason or telling anyone.

My wife continued to raid in our current guild and was whispered by an officer asking why her friend had left the guild. She told him that he had left for another guild because he wasn't happy but was asked if she was leaving as well. She responded that she wasn't sure what she was going to do and was instantly belittled and cussed out by the officer.

She never said she WAS going to leave, just that she wasn't sure what she was going to do. She wasn't sure if she was going to leave or just stop raiding altogether, etc., but this officer, in my opinion, overreacted and jumped down her throat for no reason and called her selfish.

She talked to the guild leader over vent shortly after, telling him that the officer she talked to treated her unfairly and wanted to talk to him about her future in the current guild and why she was unhappy. She was given an ultimatum that if she left GTK she was done and would not be allowed back followed by the guild leader trash talking her Mage friend saying he was trying to take her away from the guild.

If someone is unhappy and respectful enough to TALK with an officer and the guild leader about their situation and is, for lack of a better term, slapped in the face and disrespected, what are the odds that person is going to stay in the guild when they've been offered a raid spot by a more progressed group of people? Zero.

So my wife, after talking to the officer and guild leader, left a post on the guilds forums saying that it was a hard decision and that she would be leaving for another guild.. but did NOT mention how she was treated by the officer and guild leader out of respect for the guild and to avoid people leaving based on what happened to her.

I was furious at the way she was treated and /gquit shortly after. I am close with a few people from the guild and sent them a personal in-game mail explaining why I chose to leave and put all of my characters in to the Mage friends Alt guild until I found a new home.

My wife took the position in the new guild and starts raiding BT with them tonight to down Na'jentus, Supremus, Akama and Gorefiend and I wish her all the best. Shes an amazing Mage and very passionate about her class so she deserves better than the way she was treated in our previous guild.

Shortly after, a guild posted that they were recruiting a weekend late-night Moonkin for their 25-man content. I hadn't heard of the guild before so I assumed they were new and recruiting for Mag/Gruul. I questioned the person posting and he said they raid Hyjal at the moment and referred me to their website but he had armoried me and said that my gear might be an issue. I explained that I misunderstood and that I had a T5 geared Warlock that I would be interested in raiding with so I was told to apply online.

I apply but the application asks for the names and classes of my alts. I received an in-game letter from the guild leader.. on my Moonkin, not my Warlock. It said they were running ZA this Thursday and they would like to take me along. Puzzled, I responded and said that I was unsure if the time would work.

Later last night I received a whisper from an officer about my application and he, again, said my Moonkins gear might be a slight issue but he wanted to discuss it with the guild leader again and might have a raid spot for me. Wait, my Moonkin? I applied on my Warlock lol. They said they're more interested in a raiding Moonkin that fit their schedule and he liked my personality so he'll talk to the guild leader and see where to go from here.

As it stands right now, I'm nervously awaiting their response as I would LOVE to raid end game content on my Moonkin.. but I wouldn't be that upset if they turned me down. A bit depressed because no one likes rejection, but I'd understand their reasoning. ;)

Another guild had formed from the ashes of a 25-man guild and just wanted to do some easy weekly Kara clears so I signed up to raid on my Shaman with them.. however they want him as a healer. Boo. I respecced Resto and I HATE it. I'll see how tonight goes in Kara and if it sucks I'll just tell them healing isn't for me and see if they want my lock instead.

So there is the weekend drama in a nutshell.