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About Momonn

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  1. That's engineering for you...those [Copper Tube]s don't half malfunction sometimes
  2. Threads like this make me miss my enh shammy from pre-WoD retail
  3. If there was no world chat, gold sellers would simply stay/move to trade chat. Or simply spam their own channel invites, which is what they're currently doing on Nost 2. (so the devs will need to combat this too) But there needs to be some kind of global chat, just for the sake of forming groups. (even if it's the old LFG channel instead of Nost's world chat)
  4. Which won't work on CF.
  5. And therein lies the irony...after the initial outburst at releasing the PvE server last, come the actual launch day it ends up being released first.
  6. Professions are all part of the epic journey to vanilla 60, so I do them as I go along. It is possible to level cooking to 300 without fishing (did so on Nost) but obviously easier with it.
  7. butbutbut...with no alliance there's no world pvp
  8. bump PvE server now releasing on Dec 17th with the old PvP...good or bad for us?
  9. Oops, I meant red mobs, not players (since screech is reliant on hitting the target to take effect, unlike a bear's extra health)
  10. I'm still torn between a bear (better vs. reds) and a vulture (better vs. elites) for levelling with. (raid pets can wait until LBRS)
  11. Well...we now officially have more posts in the PvE forum than the PvP forum.
  12. I nearly managed to level Eastern Kingdoms only on horde...the only thing I added was Ashenvale/Azshara (together with all the instance quests). Kalimdor only is do-able until mid-50's (Nost shutdown prevented me from finishing though) before the inevitable EPL fest. For alliance I'd imagine a similar thing...for Kalimdor you'd probably need one or two of the EK zones at some point (together with all the instance quests). (don't forget about the neutral quests in the Barrens/Stonetalon/Thousand Needles though, and the RFK chain that starts by the great lift. Use the zone maps on db.vanillagaming.org to find all the quests if you're serious about doing mostly-one-continent, as I did)
  13. I didn't include those because they were caused by drivers ramming each other off (same with Senna/Prost before them) , not the teams and/or officials rigging the outcome for increased profit margins. Hamilton seems to get the brunt of it, but he's not my favourite by any means (I much prefer some of the other Brits who've had a chance to win, including the one who nearly benefitted from the 1999 legal fiasco). This year though was ridiculous in the extreme, far too much going on to be coincidental (like 2008 and the 1st half of 2014 before they backed down)...the others revolved around opportunist incidents tipping the balance. (the tyre ruling after Schuey was lapped in 2003, MClaren strategy call in 2007) Hopefully the rule changes will shake things up again next year, but I dunno (even the interesting strategy battles aren't that good with 1 team so far ahead)
  14. Not really, there's been several years over the past 2 decades where the title was either stolen or was attempted to be. (1999(f), 2003, 2007, 2008(f), 2014(f), 2016) Money is all that matters in certain sports. (hence why I've mostly given up on them)
  15. Playing-wise: laser tag. (it counts for me, and I'm not even American :P) Watching-wise: robot combat (ditto :P) and a bit of football, although not much nowadays (esp. now England's corporate-controlled team of PL adverts is unwatchable) and F1, although not any more. (see below) They were even less reliable in the late 90's (I still remember them blowing up every other race one year)...but still, doesn't compare to this year's planned unreliability of Hamilton's car so that Rosberg wins the title for marketing purposes. (that's the 3rd time he's been the victim of an attempt to steal his title...they succeeded in 2007/2016 and failed in 2008 but only due to the weather)