Knibbly's forum posts

#1 Posted by Knibbly (125 posts) -

WoW ftw!

#2 Posted by Knibbly (125 posts) -

Jew reporting in right here.

#3 Posted by Knibbly (125 posts) -

Amazing topic

#4 Posted by Knibbly (125 posts) -
LuffyUzumaki said:
"im scared to play WoW its way to addictive to some people"
Just take notice of the time when you start playing and make sure to cut yourself off if you feel like your playing to much.
#5 Posted by Knibbly (125 posts) -

Name: Spinch
Level 27 Gnome Mage
Server: Thorium Brotherhood

Just picked up the awful WoW habit again so that 27 is temporary.

#6 Posted by Knibbly (125 posts) -

I entirely understand what your talking about. Being part of a tight community, like an active guild, is a fantastic experience. It doesn't just feel like an extra chat channel. When you can get a lot of members together it just feels like a party. Lots of good times.

#7 Posted by Knibbly (125 posts) -

I think that people play MMOs for the feeling of accomplishment for one thing. Gaining a level or getting that awesome chest armor you've been wanting, always feels like you accomplished something. I'm not a fan of games with no stats or leader boards or anything because those are were the time wasting begins. In an MMO, you can show off all that you've done with that time you invested and other living people will react to it. Games like TF2 and Counter-Strike are the pick-up-and-play games of the shooter world. You don't get anything, even virtual, for all the time you spend playing. There's no payoff except for the fun itself. If a game can manage to be fun AND give you some incentive to continue, why would it be a waste of time?

#8 Edited by Knibbly (125 posts) -

It isn't just a copy of GB. Even the most talented web designers can't generate a totally new layout for the whole site in that amount of time.
Edit: Plus GB isn't an original layout. For those who remember, it's based strongly off of ComicVine

#9 Posted by Knibbly (125 posts) -

Got another offer. Thanks anyway.

#10 Posted by Knibbly (125 posts) -