It's quite amazing to visit FFXIV and chill out in Limsa, Ul'dah, or any other place with my Triple Triad parasol. It's likely that I'll hear five comments about where it came from. Because I'm a massive glamour lover, I often call people to ask where they bought certain pieces. Everything is just so wonderful.
Early Runescape has an amazing community. If you just walked through Varrock or Falador there's a chance to see so many people doing different things (or going in world 2 to see these locations bursting with trading). Many people wasted their time playing minigames. However, now everyone breaks down each activity into gold/hour and the xp/hour.
I joined WoW at the time that gearscore was going up, and before LFG was released (dps meters were already in use). I noticed a shift in the community, where you'd avoid dangerous people to play dungeons using a simple method of kicking low dps and receiving a replacement in seconds. It's even worse in WoW where the "interview procedure" to join a group is now a matter of taking a look at their gear, to examining their complete life experience. People basically expect you to have 4 years of experience to be considered for an first-level job.
This is just what I needed. I left off the"Raid Icon" line just because I don't want to to edit the macro each time I'm paired with a tank who makes it square or whatever It's nice to have this syntax on hand in the event that I want to include it back in. Thank you so much!
Common "I have played WoW since my mother was still wiping my body and feeding me gerber mush" prelude to the post. However, it is more than WoW. I have played GW2, LOTRO, SWTOR, WHO and any other acronym that was associated with an MMO. Capital cities are the ideal location to await my group's formation so I could enjoy myself in all these games.
FFXIV made me realize the importance of being enthralled by the actions of people around you. In order to be competitive with the redcoats (malestrom, I believe) I jogged from Limsa. I do not know the reason I started in Limsa however they are my first choice. As I was getting my luggage into the plaza, my mind vaguely heard a tune I recognized. It was a song I knew which I could not identify initially, but I was aware that bards perform instruments as some sort of class favor. But what I did not realize was that bards could own a freaking electric guitar and play Enter Sandman by Metallica clear enough that I could recognize it from the distance.
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