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About Mogri

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  1. I really like the Idea of this guild! To bad the raiding times are a bit late for me as i'm GMT+1 Anyway, i wish you all the best and maximum success with the project
  2. I kind of have to agree with the op. I know we're owed nothing and i would never demand that they have to release or something but i'm kind of having a déjàvu right now. In january 2015 i found out about corecraft (i havn't been interested in private servers before) when it was exactly at the same point as crestfall is now. They missed the release date they announced (ok i know crestfall didn't announce anything) and most people thought "ok it's just a matter of a few more month". I wasn't really disappointed back then (nor am i now) and so i just kept waiting. They gave some updates from time to time and you could check the bugtracker and see that work gets done and all was looking pretty solid. They even released beta and it looked really good. But as it took longer and longer i got more and more disappointed and when shiro finally disappeared i gave up. I don't want to say crestfall is the next corecraft or shit like that. hopefully it will never become the next corecraft. I'm still patient and eager for the release but the overall excitement died down a bit. When i joined it was said, that the team is behind their schedule a few weeks, which became months. So like (at least i think) most of the people here expected that launch would be possible somewhere around March to May (based on how much later closed beta was announced). It's April now and there is still no sign of a soon release, nor anything else appart from two-weekly updates (which are cool but don't make me feel like the project is approaching a major goal soon atm to be honest). Again i'm still patient and i've got plenty of stuff to do appart from playing crestfall but i'm getting the same kind of feeling more and more with every two weeks that passes. No offense against anyone, i'm still thankful for all the hours and hours of work the team and the beta testers are putting into this. I just wanted to share my current feelings. Thanks!
  3. Yes, the racials are mostly the same. There are some changes, for example the orc racial which got better in tbc i think. I think the main reason for the higher number of alliance players in pve is the fact, that paladins weren't available for horde until tbc. Paladins are just awesome with their blessings and unstopable flash of light spam. In my opinion they are just superior to shamans in vanilla (just my thoughts) ps: @Ciar was faster
  4. I like to pick the race based on the class i want to play (at least for my main) Warrior: Allways undecided between Humans and Tauren. Tauren because they are the calm giants who smash you in the ground if you mess with them. Humans because my favorite warrior-style charakter in wow history is human. The often forgotten Anduin Lothar, the lion of Azeroth. Not because he's the best fighter or something but because for me he represents everything i want for a warrior (honour, sense of duty, the indestructible will to protect his people) Warlock: Orc, because they have been messing around with demonic powers like no other race Shaman: Tauren because i think the role of the shaman as spiritual leaders fits the most for them Rogue: I really don't know because i never felt like playing one Priest: Human because of their strong bond to the holy light Paladin: Same as for priest and of course the coolest paladins were allways humans Mage: I never played one but i would probably pick human or ofc high elve in tbc Hunter: Can't really decide on that one but that's okay because i will never main one Druid: Would probably pick NE here but i'm not interested in maining a druid either So based on this list my favourite races would be human and tauren. I don't hate the others but i don't really like trolls, forsaken and gnomes... edit: i have to add, that pandas are nothing more than an april's joke for me, really. So yeah... if there is one race i really hate it has to be pandas because in my eyes they've got nothing to do with wc lore.
  5. Yeah but that's just part of the beauty of serverstart/tbc launch
  6. The only thing i would be interested in are the new charakter models tbh. But not at the cost of opening doors for exploiting.
  7. As far as i remember, the "fun" idea with drums was that EVERYONE in the group uses them so the raid is able to get a nearly constant haste buff when chained. It was used for bosses like M'uru and ultimately led to mandatory profession rerolls for whole raids. As i said, i never did sunwell myself but the idea of being forced into one profession with the whole raid to down a single boss sounds like nothing but dogshit to me and goes a bit to far... but i'm sure this doesn't belong here so i'll stop
  8. Awesome! Will we have more small informative posts like this in the future? Of course Darkrasp's updates are really good but as i'm a crestfall news junkie it would be cool to see little updates like this more often
  9. I have no experience with the alc stone. I guess it can be nice to have. Flight form for herb gathering is awesome, you are right with that. If you absolutley want flight form for herb gathering then go with herb/alch on your main (it will be the druid, right?), i think it's never a bad choice.
  10. Generally alchemy is good in every expansion to craft your own potions and make some money. However Leatherworking in tbc on your main can be quite usefull because of drums of battle. It depends on what aims you have got lategame-wise but if i remember correctly drums of battle were used quite heavily during sunwell raiding (at least that's what i heard during my tbc time, never raided sunwell myself). Apart from that i think drums of battle are a really nice addition to ANY group in tbc. edit: I wanted to add that in my personal experience it's sufficient to have herb/alch on an alt because it doesn't give you THAT many characterbound benefits. Of course the chance to get the really rare flask recipes in vanilla are higher with your main because you will likely play more 5-mans with it but after all you need a huge amount of luck to get them anyway so for me it wouldn't be the deciding factor.
  11. nice to see more and more people dribbling in. Welcome!
  12. Sounds like someone who should have started to teach at University, doing lectures
  13. In my experience biology is more or less liked as a subject in school. Math not so much ;). Whenever i talk to people about their experience with that subject in school it goes like "woahh math... i hated it". Sometimes it's even considered "cool" if you were bad in math in school, which makes me kind of sad. Stories like yours make me sad too. It's true that bored unmotivated teachers can destroy any enthusiasm towards a subject (experienced it myself in school). Many studies indicate that by the way: Teaching methods, cool material and all is really good and helpful to have but in the end a huge deal comes down to what kind of person the teacher is.
  14. I played there a while ago and think it's quite good. Leveling was okay and Naxxramas was good too. I heard that their raids are good scripted in general so i think it's worth a try
  15. Wait, wait, i'm joining in too! So yeah... about me. I'm from Germany (born and raised) and work there as a teacher for biology and math (yeah i know...). For me teaching is the coolest imaginable thing to do and i'm quite interested in my subjects even outside of school. I really like to read a lot of books and articles about biology and also love to puzzle over mathematical stuff. Apart from that i do a lot of hiking and climbing and playing the drums. I'm also really into calisthenics (bodyweight training)... sounds crazy but i really like to torture myself I used to play a lot of videogames when i was younger but not so much anymore. However, there is this one game which never lets me of it's hook About animals: yes i like them, but i love, ABSOLUTELY LOVE plants... because they are so much cooler. And just in case you don't believe me, let me tell you a little story. There once was a bird and a mistletoe. It was autumn and the mistletoe was full of white berries. The Bird was sooo hungy and when it saw the juicy berries it thought 'they look so delicious, i should fly down and eat some'. So the bird flew down and began to eat berries until it was sated and coudn't eat a single more of those berries. Some time passed by and the bird began to feel really painfull because it had gotten itself a baaaad constipation (yes, i had to look this word up...) because of the crazy stuff, the mistletoe berries are made of. The bird sat down on a nearby branch and the pain was getting worse and worse. Just as it thought it could take it anymore the bird managed to get out the sticky slime that once were the mistletoe-berries. And as the bird sat there shitting, the sticky slime adhered to the branch where a new mistletoe should grow next year... So i ask you now... who won? who won? stupid bird... Ok seriously now. I really like my plants. Ohhh and almost forgot my single most nerdiest hobby. I'm actually collecting and press-drying plants (yes like little kids like to collect and press-dry different leafs and stuff but in a more serious way). My herbarium (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Herbarium, just in case you never heard of herbariums) currently contains over 200 species and i'm constantly adding more. Hope i didn't disturb you