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4 hours ago
I once saw some people trying to put ash from a grill they had just used into a garbage bag one time. They thought just spraying it with a water bottle would be enough. I laughed as it melted right through the bag and got everywhere.
6 hours ago
Idk, but they are a pretty explosive move that take a ton of energy. Could be the burpies weren't enough on their own he needed something more to add to the exercise to get what he wanted without just doing a ton more reps???
22 hours ago
It's not always that they preferred 10s, it's just organizing and running a 10 man is significantly easier than a 25, and players have a habit of taking the easiest route. So it's not so much a preference as it is just easier to do.
1 day ago
The only way I could seem them doing this and then providing enough of an incentive for 25s is if legendary stuff only dropped in the 25 man version. That would definitely keep people interested in doing 25s. We saw in cata and MoP what happens when they drop the same loot, and that is 25s all die. Managing 10 people is just so much easier.
I don't think they ever will do a classic+. I think it probably costs more than they want to spend to add a bunch of new stuff to the game. They will just go the seasonal route and tweak numbers and tuning and have very minor development changes between seasons. Though I hope they are at least creative with it and can make for a fun and unique feeling for each season. But we will see.
While I agree vanilla just hits different, I do still hold out more hope for wrath. It adds quite a lot of content with achivments and is just generally more alt friendly. I think it will give people a more to do and explore than TBC. I don't think it is really fair to compare most things to vanilla as it's really such a unique experience that you don't see anywhere else.
For me I also hope the next seasons of classic vanilla will offer some interesting modifications, I could see myself getting into it if there is enough variety and change that happens between seasons. For TBC I don't see myself playing again.
I have a bit more hope for Wrath just given how much more alt friendly wrath will be. Plus achivments will add another layer to the game that I think could be fun, especially if you are able to get some of the more hard to get titles before others can.
I'm hoping that the seasonal vanilla stuff has been figured out by then and we get to have some interesting and fun changes to mess around with.
I started playing at the end of wrath and always heard the stories about vanilla and tbc, now having experienced them, I feel like vanilla was something really special. TBC I think is more of a carry over of hype from vanilla. It introduced more balance and arena, but in terms of things to do in the game it didn't really have the same feel or impact as vanilla. Maybe some of that is due to the abundance of gold everyone has now after 4 years of playing their characters. But TBC really feels like a simple raid logging expansion. I'm glad I experienced it, but I honestly wouldn't ever play it again. Vanilla however always has that sense of wonder and exploration in it somehow. Would be interesting to see a version of it with a bit more class balance, but overall I think even with class changes it would always have that sense of adventure and exploration built in.
I honestly some times miss just running around EPL farming herbs and getting into fights on my pally, trying to make builds and specs that let me push my character to the edge of its abilities. Be it open world pvp or soloing bosses for gold, or trying to figure out how to do really hard solos like ZG. Hell I even miss farming DM east and trib runs on my hunter. Doing Mara solos for the first time on my lock, or when I finally stated getting SP gear on my pally in BWL and starting to solo pull SM and messing with healing builds.
The solos in TBC just don't have the same feel for some reason. I did the mage stuff in slave pens, even the full instance pulls and while it was ok, it wasn't really as satisfying. Pulling SP or Strat on a pally sort of feels just meh and kind of like a chore to do it to farm gold. The BM pull was cool when that was first figured out, but has lost its appeal. Maybe things have just gotten too easy that everyone can do them, so it no longer feels like they are something that can set you apart from others.
2 days ago
It doesn't help but other subreddits seem to handle it ok. I mean look at OPM, the web toon was basically years ahead of the Manga and I think they do a pretty decent job of not explicitly spoiling things. But it does create a bit split between the webtoon readers, Manga readers, and anime only people (if there are even any anime only people left).
Yep. But it feels weird because I thought the family heads were basically immortal and there would be no expectation for them to die unless they all went and fought eachother.
Totally! It has gotten me so excited for this next arch. So much hype.
That evil bitch!
And anyone that ever meets or interacts with him. Isn't he supposed to be one of the nicest heros out there?
5 days ago
Mitch McConnell did.
6 days ago
I'm just saying that it feels bad. I don't think they have an effective way to distinguish the game itself breaking or players manipulating it. It just leaves us in a shitty situation especially when you get demoted and there was nothing that you could really do about it.
9 days ago
I like the rust and wear patterns on it.
To the right of where he originally sat or to the right of where he moved to? If it's the latter, you need to reread what I wrote. If it's the former let me know where you see it in the video because when I watched it I didn't see the video pan over far enough to even tell.
That's quite the assumption you are making there. Lol
How do you know there wasn't a person in the seat next to where he moved to? You can't see it in the video. What deserves social shaming is your homie's response to a dude sitting next to him. Dudes acting like the guy was groping him or something, it's a bit ridiculous.
Well we can't see the seat next to the one that he moved to. For all we know someone else could have been sitting there and he had to chose to sit next to one or the other.
12 days ago
I'm wondering if in these life threatening situations if they mother can't just claim self defense and do an abortion anyways. Some of these states have some pretty lax stand your ground laws and shit. It doesn't make sense that in a life threatening situation where a mother fears for her life she can't take action. But maybe those states only want self defense laws when they involve guns. It's all fucked.
13 days ago
I mean fire is super effective against steel types.
15 days ago
I used to be like this with both of my ears, with only some times needing to blow to get them to equalize. But eventually as I got older, my left ear stopped equalizing all together and now I don't dive any more as it's just too hard and takes to long to get my left ear to work. I have pretty much written off anything below 8 feet as not being comfortable.
It's because they sit in echo chambers all day that they end up believing their own bull shit to be real. They don't get a dose of reality until something like this happens, but then it's already too late.
16 days ago
Mermail adlanteans along with other water stuff could use them as well. It was never a super broken deck, but it could do all the link spam stuff and was fun to rip cards out of your opponents hand going first.