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Re: World of Warcraft [Re: Debra] #265218
01/19/08 04:49 PM
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Peggy, what's your game name? I wanted to add you to my friends list. Sometimes I have to go onto another server when mine is full and I wanted to say "Hi!". I'm playing Quickquiet a Hunter with my pet Elderstalker, George. George is a great addition. He's almost like cheating.

Last edited by Debra; 01/19/08 04:51 PM.
Re: World of Warcraft [Re: Debra] #265350
01/20/08 12:07 AM
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Hey, Debra. My main character is Zoda (Exodar server). I have played a little with Dylia and Ardeena. I got my mount at level 40 and he cost 75 gold (I think...maybe training was 75 gold. It was not terribly expensive at that level. I'm still with my original, though if I could save enough money I could buy a horse. You have to be "Friendly" with the human zone, and they are really expensive. I go pretty fast though I would really love to have those teleporters from Divine Divinity!!

Many people change pets as they go. Seems there is something about acquiring the abilities of the different pets. There is enough for me to keep track of without forgetting which pet I have with me and where I left my last one. This is the most majorly complex game I have ever played. I'm learning something new every day. Amazingly like life! :-)

Re: World of Warcraft [Re: PeggyH] #266687
01/22/08 06:49 AM
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OK Miss Zoda, I'll add you to my friends list. What kind of mount do you have? I see some that look like ostriches that are nearly affordabe. Can you fight while mounted? How much are horses?
You're right about complex. I played with someone two days ago that spoke in new speak via party chat. She told me I needed to roll my chat and nvm. Duh on me.

Re: World of Warcraft [Re: Debra] #266897
01/22/08 12:56 PM
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Debra,

Google is your friend. As is the official WoW site, especially the info on transportion: mounts. There are 100s of other sites focusing on WoW content.

You cannot ride a mount until lvl 40. To do so, you must buy both the riding skill & the mount. Your racial mount will be available immediately (at lvl 40), the other racial mounts require "exalted reputation" with that faction/race in order to buy.

Re: World of Warcraft [Re: Yapette] #267759
01/23/08 10:51 PM
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Heh. I don't know half of what they say! There are lists of lingo online, but by the time I go through the list the world has scrolled away. :-) I joined a guild. They sounded low pressure, but I think I'm going to drop out and start with one of my really low characters so I can learn how to fight with others. Folks really expect you to know what you are doing when you are level 66. They just don't realize tht I have a very unique fighting style...die, fight, die, fight again. I can find my way out of every graveyard in the game!! It's kind of fun to be a noob, though. I think my next character is going to be named "Goober the Noober". ;-O

Re: World of Warcraft [Re: PeggyH] #267765
01/23/08 11:54 PM
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I like that Peggy! laugh


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Re: World of Warcraft [Re: nickie] #268745
01/25/08 07:09 PM
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That sounds like an engineering gnome's name.
Thanks Yapette. I have quite a list of sites now and I have downloaded a mod that give you your coordinates for the map. Now that's progress.
Thanks for the information about the mounts. I try to ask people in the game some questions, but everyone is in a hurry trying to get to level 70 I think.
I am now level 16 and in the Ghostlands with about 50 quests to do. Just when I think I can mark a quest off my list the NPC tells me about plan B for that quest.
As I've said I think I'm a member of 3 guilds, but I never notice anything attached to my character's name that would indicate I am in a guild. I guess they'll find me if they need me.

Re: World of Warcraft [Re: Debra] #330267
05/19/08 06:51 PM
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PeggyH and Debra are you still playing this?

I just started it on Mother's day (my son has an extremely strange sense of humor when it comes to Mother's Day presents)

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Re: World of Warcraft [Re: infernoj13usa] #330276
05/19/08 07:03 PM
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That sounds to me like a son worth keeping, inferno! laugh

Re: World of Warcraft [Re: Marian] #330278
05/19/08 07:05 PM
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Yeah, he came down from Saratoga and stayed for 4 four days -- sat with me and helped me figure out how to play. He has a few 70 lvl characters. I learned alot.

I'm still very very new only a lvl 14.

inferno

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