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Renoaku said:what are heirlooms in wow lol?rush1984 said:Name 5 things that will make the wotlk'ers and onwards spit their dummies out if they play classic wow when the server launches.
I'l go first
1. No lfg
2. No heirlooms
3. Running everywhere
4. Having to drink mana water
5. Having to use CC
I can think of more can you?
But the original wow was the best this new garbage since burning crusade has been on nothing but tilt starting with burning crusade, if they bring back the original wow as it was before burning crusade, give mages back Arcane Power, POM, Pryoblast ill think about giving it another go.
LegotheHutt said:Even less...way less...had the GPU required to play.Dullahan said:
ps. EQ topped out at over half a million players around the turn of the century, a time when most people still didn't even have internet.
That's because you've been hopping form game to game like all the rest of them. When you play games like that, you don't really care about getting to know other people. You may look upon the times 13 years ago and mourn the relationships you were able to forge and maintain back then, but you are ignoring the fact that the games aren't the only thing that have changed. You've changed, too.Lienhart said:I'm gonna blame WoW for this but every MMORPG I've played since WoW I feel this ridiculously fucking dumb urge to rush to max level and do "end game".
I flashed back to Final Fantasy XI recently and remembered how long it took to hit 75. The journey was full of memorable hilarious shit like Tarutaru's dancing in Valkurm Dunes while a train of goblins chased my party away. Because the journey was important, so was the company. I met two really cool ppl in XI and my brother joined in later.
It's been 13 years since then. I don't fucking remember anyone else in other MMORPGs.
English pronunciation isn't the issue. The issue is the orthography. Modern English is still - largely - using pre-Great Vowel Shift, Middle English orthography. The Vowel Shift changed the placement of most vowels in the English Language (Chain-Shift), so pronunciation stopped corresponding to their spellings. Additionally, English employs heavy vowel reduction, which is very "variable" in nature. So, when we speak, we shorten and reduce vowels in unstressed syllables. The language is stress-timed. This means that no orthography can truly correspond 1:1 with English pronunciation, due to this reduction and the variable nature of it in the spoken language.Cryomatrix said:"correct to way" === you mean === "correct way"postlarval said:It would be grammatically correct to way 'woman' not 'women'. This indicates to me English may not be your first language.Cryomatrix said:The women is the true raper of a man's wallet.viddiot said:Practice restraint, and avoid games that want to rape your wallet. That is key.
I ask you to use Google Translate before posting in the future, but I don't think they have a Cro-Magnon to English option yet.
Actually the issue isn't grammar, it is however a typo. When not thinking and you type women or woman, they sound the same, so it was likely akin to attempting to type 'there' and instead wrote 'their'.
English is silly in its rules of pronunciation.
These can all be said exactly the same and spelled completely different:
Fource/Phource (as in source)
Foarse/Phoarse (as in coarse)
Forse/phorse (as in norse)
Fourse/Phourse (as in course)
Woman and women sound the same but one denotes singular and the other plural. That is silly.
And English is my first language. I'm bilingual however.
p.s. I was joking with the "woman is the true raper of man's wallets"