Twitter keeps nagging at me to make my profile “stand out” by uploading a header. I got annoyed and made the one above with old scary faces. I don’t have any new scary faces because I haven’t been in a “mood” for a while. I was going to upload it but then though maybe people would think the one on the right was actually me, so reconsidered.
So hey Twitter, give it a rest will you. Also because what I thought was a 15 minute downtime is actually somewhat longer so I can’t login and take a screen shot of my lazy Druid and I have to have SOME kind of picture so there you go.
I had complained about old Snow Blossom the Shado-Pan companion kicking Cat’s butt the first time she attempted the Challenger’s Ring quest. I realized I’m so used to everything being easy that I’ve become a very lazy Druid. Doing dailies I’m frequently guilty of just finishing off mobs with auto-attack. Lazy. But there are only so many Mogu you can get excited about really.
So the second attempt was successful because this time when she Ice Blocked me I didn’t stand there like a deer caught in headlights thinking, “Hey, hey, no fair!” I shifted like a proper Druid should, geez.
Around the same time I had read a post about slow-paced and fast-paced players at Sheep the Diamond. There’s no doubt that I’m a slow-paced player with a few quirks like Ironman challenges. It was interesting and I certainly agreed with the post especially the part about slow-paced players rarely being the ones looking down on fast-paced players. WE certainly don’t behave that way.
Well … oops.
So I finish off that Snow Blossom and start to leave when another challenger approaches. I was appalled! You could indeed say Cat looked down on such behavior. He brought friends! I think he had a healer and another dps with him. Just wrong, tsk tsk. So not only did I find out I was lazy I found out I wasn’t above … well … looking down.
Old slow-paced Cat feeling all superior, shame on her. It’s just as well the servers are down right now. I think she deserves a time-out for that.