My Luck with Guilds for the past 5 or so years

It’s been a weird thing but since Post Mortem I haven’t been in a very active guild which means not since Mist of Panderia.  For example:

Left Post Mortem, went to Time Lords.  They were active and raiding until one day, they all packed up and left.  They didn’t like the guilds “Disney Rules” because swearing was just too awesome I guess.  Guild was dead, left.

I honestly lose track of the names but I went to another guild which disbanded and went to another guild.  Which disbanded and went to another server. Which died…

Then in Classic, I already told those stories but now Molten Core is dead, not raiding, no one logging in, etc.  They were forming a pvp group but absolutely nothing has happened.  Makes for boring play and I’ve literally done NO dungeons as my priest.  I do love pvp healing though Alliance loses pretty much constantly. This weekend for AB I’m at like 3/20.

This entry was posted on November 29, 2020, in PvP.

Molten Core Swim Team

I joined a guild called Molten Core Swim Team a while back after running into that druid, but haven’t really done anything with them yet.  I decided to heal some bgs as shadow, and I liked it so much I just went healer with most of my points in disc.  I always said I was a disc main.  I ranked up to Knight LT and picked up some gear so my survivability is better as well.


But MAN.  I am doing more bgs in classic than I have in all of Legion and Bfa.  It’s FUN!  I think I lose the majority of my bgs but I did enough the other day to turn in 3 marks for AV, AB and WSG.  WSG was interesting because in the first match, we had a druid FC who literally outran the team the entire time then bitched they were doing it solo.  I pointed out I only have 2 legs as a priest and I cannot keep up with them.  I could never find where they were because they were constantly running up hills, standing on the roof, etc.  I’m not as fast as a druid.  Even at one point the druid said “I am coming mid” so I headed to mid to wait, then they screamed no one was reading.  It’s like uh I was in mid, and you are in the enemies base.  So? I can read, moron.

The next WSG was even worse so I ended up just standing in the GY and afking basically.  They were yelling at me saying I was just running mid over and over and dying but it was like duh, I was looking at the dots on the map, riding out to heal them, and would get murdered in mid by like 5 horde with no alliance around over and over.  So yeah, I DID die a lot but I’m a healer and I’m trying to get to you guys, but now fuck you all.

Speaking of that, when someone was asking why we weren’t moving forward in AV after we just lost SHGY I commented “I’m a healer I don’t have the brains to move on my own” and someone replied “here here”.  For real though, I’m enjoying it.  It’s like old times.




This entry was posted on November 18, 2020, in PvP.

I thought so

I’ve been out of Roll for Blame for a while, but for a long time I thought that more than likely, they were using it to play alts and were playing with another main team.  Well Poof reached out to me a good 3-4 weeks after I left and basically confirmed it.  They all moved to another guild and were only logging into Roll for quiet time.  They asked who caused me to leave which was funny because it was the main 2 but I just said no one but I wanted a more active guild.

This entry was posted on October 3, 2020, in PvP.


I left Roll for Blame today.  I was going to anyway but last night I was questing out in Felwood when I ran into a person doing a quest I had failed on before.


It was a druid named Cannibinoids (SmokeRings) who I paired up with and we knocked out 3 different quests, 2 of which were escorts.  We ended up trading btags and when I commented that I liked his guild name (and I’ve seen them around a lot), he offered an invite.  I didn’t accept that night but this morning I gquit on both characters and left the discord server. Few reasons why:

  1. no one was ever on most of the day
  2. at night only the poofs were on and they just seemed to constantly level alts
  3. The only other regular was Mercuri who raided with other people and otherwise basically never ever talked
  4. The poofs only grouped up if they needed help with something
  5. They didn’t recruit for months
  6. If they did get a new person, they lied about the activity status of the guild
  7. and of course, Miss Poof reminded me a good deal of SylvanSuede. So, yeah.

Classic WoW

I was standing in Nethergarde Keep today and just sort of marveling what it would have been like to play this game in 2004 instead of Lineage 2.  I mean, WoW is clearly much, MUCH bigger.

In Lineage 2 during the same time, everything really revolved around a town and a zone.  The starter zones for orcs, dwarves, light elves, dark elves, and humans.  Then you move into the towns of Giran and Gludin.  Then off to Dion, Giran, and I think Oren was reachable on release.  There were no, sub-towns like WoW.   There were towns, and zones around the town.

WoW has the capital cities by race plus lots and LOTS of sub-town areas like Nethergarde Keep, Goldshire, Darkshire, Booty Ball, Lakesire, and on and on.

L2 zones were all more or less the same.  Plains areas, a few forests around Oren.  Wow has plains, deserts, flats, islands, jungles, dead zones, volcanoes, craters, swamps, you name it.  Npcs that do more than just stand there.

I had a lot of fun in L2, related to people I met, but man playing WoW instead back in the day would have really been something.

This entry was posted on June 24, 2020, in PvP.