Thursday, July 9, 2009

How To Become A Great Guildie

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Speaking of awesome, I was doing some dailies the other day and just hanging out in the World of Warcraft. One of our newer guildies was having trouble with his Paladin epic mount quest. Not only did it require him to go to some remote places, but it also cost a crapload of WoW Gold at level 60 (350 gold for the first test, expensive items, another batch of 150 gold, 120 gold, etc. - and that's after faction discounts).

Some of you in the crowd are probably snorting "But gold is easy to get if you have a level 80 and you do dailies, blah blah."

Our guildie is a newcomer to WoW. How can he normally have that amount of gold to blow, right?

Cranium, our resident Death Knight expert logged in and saw our newbie's problem. In the goodness of his heart, he just went over to our guildie and helped him through ALL of the Paladin epic mount quest. He shouldered all the WoW Gold costs and got our newbie a brand spanking new Paladin Charger and a nice Blood Knight tabard to boot.

It's just nice to see someone helping out a guildie without asking for anything in return. Our newbie Paladin was so happy, he could kiss Cranium. But that would be homogay. So he just flooded guild chat with praises for Cranium.

Now that's a great guildie if you asked me. Cranium's our guildmate of the month. Give him a round of applause, will ya?

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Anonymous EjomLexus said...

I think even they release the character lvl 90 update, it won't be easy to get those wow gold, especially if you're irascible.

But hallelujah to those very helpful in game, especially Omega the Tauren Warrior of our realm. He truly deserve a kiss from a hottie.

Tee hee hee :3

July 12, 2009 at 2:32 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

"He truly deserve a kiss from a hottie." -- What do you mean? No offense meant, are you really a guy? Coz I visited your blog and this confused everything...

July 30, 2009 at 6:38 PM  

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