Last month we picked up 3 new recruits, they were a package deal – a prot pally, a DPS DK, and a shaman that we all thought was resto but it turns out he’s ele.
They will now be referred to as PallyA, DKB, and ShamanC.
PallyA was invited to the guild first, followed by DKB.
PallyA introduced his friend by saying, “here’s your new number 1 DPS.”
OK, hope you can put your money where your friend’s mouth is.
DKB’s name is a drug reference. Classy. Not even something clever, just a phonetic switch up.
A couple weeks go by and the officers are comparing notes on the recruits.
No one knows anything about ShamanC. He may have shown up to 1 raid but no one can recall him saying anything.
DKB thanked me for a port after a heroic run I did with him. The only time I can recall him saying anything. He is also the only one that registered on our guild site – a requirement for joining our raids.
PallyA. Whoo boy. The guy hardly ever says anything in guild chat, and when he does we immediately wish he would shut his mouth. Continue reading →
My first thought… I’m a sucker for flattery as much as the next mage (and I’m a Leo to boot) but that seems to be laying it on pretty thick. I bet he’s going to ask for a free portal to Dalaran or something. SM runs? 10 gold? Where do these people come from?
A quick shift -click and I see it’s a level 4 blood elf hunter out in the middle of nowhere.
Huh. Out of all the mages logged on, how/why did they latch on to me? And how did they know that Arcane is my damage of choice?
We’re making small talk…
And the gears start turning and the smoke starts fuming and someone in guild chat mentions that someone has been looking for me.
(That should totally be an emote, complete with a little light bulb appearing over your head.)