Bonzo is back from his trumatic seaside trip and ready to hit things in the face, enter Dungeon finder, exit sanity. Lets see what our unlikely hero of the Horde got up to taking part in the live version of FAILP
I’m getting high up on my soapbox today to vent my anger at those people who make my eyes bleed on a daily basis, you know who you are, dirge lovers, anal fanatics and Chuck Norris fanbois.
Ahh the daily Heroic. Fifteen minutes of relaxed pew pew to get my 2 shiny Frost Badges. But alas, all is not well with today’s run. Today we get… the jerk tank.
Now the jerk tank is a peculiar species, it is a jerk and it is a tank. Hen
ce the name: jerk tank. But you can’t just kick him cause the group needs tank. But what happens when a fight occurs between tank and healer? This is what happened.
Now we all like to discover something new and fun in the wonder World of Warcraft but recently an engineering discovery caused a couple of hours of
mayhem on Emerald Dream and led to a number of people hit by
the 3 hour ban hammer.
Setting the scene: The wonderful weekly frost badge run of goodness comes round and you think “Its only Ulduar what could possibly go wrong?” you answer a trade advert and get snapped up to a 10 man run. Eager to get your fro
sties and being a prompt and polite character off you trot to the instance without a moment to waste.
The confusion: But then da da darrrrrr, the raid leader sets it to 25 man in levitra online pharmacy order to discuss with Brann turning off hardmode. You’re confused, the’re confused, everybody’s confused and then you remember….. it’s a weekly, and the raid leader has clearly never been to Ulduar before, after all how hard can it be!
The Horror: Smelling a FAILPUG swiftly you leave the group, needless to say they wiped on Flame Leviathan, the horror, the horror.
Have you been in a FAILPUG?
Send us your screenshots to email@example.com and we shall inform the world!
Ok so the title has nothing to do with what I’ll be ranting about today. However, it has been on my mind lately and is definitely true. My actual topic today is impatience, so it’s kind of appropriate for me to make you wait until the third sentence
of the post to tell you that. Clever, I know.
There are some things that should test the patience of every one of us. Waiting for summons for a badly-organised pug, being told at level 7 that “the game starts at 80″, the pizza that you ordered 34 minutes ago that promised to be delivered in half an hour, the list goes on. Then we have the less worthy frustrations that we will all at some point have someone whinging about
in our face.