Or I can just win the fucker off Ji’Kun!
(Roll above a 25 on gear? Oh hell no. Roll 90 for a mount? Oh hell YES!)
In related news, we have killed Megeara and Ji’Kun and are steadily working on Durumu.
My poor little guild has been through the wringer for our roster and general attendance.
After struggling to get through Council for a few weeks (after the Horridon struggle – speaking of which, why are they STILL nerfing that fight – and even the occasional wipefest on Jin’rokh for no good reason) we have been struggling to field 10 raiders to face down Tortos.
(Flex raid with 8, pretty please?)
And we’ve been poking at Tortos with a long stick for what feels like ages.
For a while now, I’ve been on kicking duty.
And while every wipe certainly hasn’t been due to kicking-related issues, a considerable amount more than I’m comfortable with were.
If I wanted to be aiming something, I would play an FPS. Continue reading
Last night marked our triumphant return to raiding.
And by triumphant, I mean the raid bosses racked up some kills.
And by raid bosses, I mean Jin’rokh. And Horridon.
We did manage to field 6 guildies, but two of them were brand new. As in, joined 5 minutes before the raid. Continue reading
I filled in here and there, but the start time of 4:30 local just is too tight when I’m in meetings that run until 4:30 on those days. No hard feelings, I think they found another mage anyway. I did get Tortus and Megaera down (still no Council for me).
Now, my GM has stepped down and left his GF in charge because he doesn’t know where he’s living from day to day. (Somehow, his being homeless increases the likelihood of his children having a roof over their heads. I can’t even pretend to understand the intricacies of this guy’s life.)
We’re set to raid again this week, new raid days of Wednesday and Thusday.
But we had a brief interlude where a miracle almost happened. Continue reading
Remember the other day when I said that my guild was on hiatus?
No, that didn’t change.
But the week before I *gasp* offered to gear my priest up since replacing DPS would theoretically be easier than replacing a healer (and with the exception of Tir, we’ve had pretty crappy luck with recruiting healers in the first place).
I was told, no, I should stay on the mage because my damage would be difficult to replace.
Awwww, how sweet. Continue reading
Tuesday’s raid sort of ran out of steam… and by steam I mean people. So I might as well post.
Tir’s been having a rough week so missed raid as he was passed out before the raid even started, meaning we were out our strongest healer.
Our normal (new) hunter was MIA for something in RL.
We did have a new warlock to replace the last two we burned through in rapid succession. We need a warlock vending machine. Hell, I would be happy with a Healthstone vending machine.
The warrior was busy, but his girlfriend was playing his character. (Much better than she normally does but she was even more talkative than normal. I don’t think she took a breath the whole night.)
We were short our normal heal and DPS spots on top of the absences.
Almost an hour after raid started we had a temporary hunter, a resto druid, and an ele shaman.
Off to Throne of Thunder! Continue reading
A quick follow up to yesterday’s post about failing miserably in ToT and not even being able to clear Jin’rok.
We zoned in on Tuesday night with a new hunter to replace the one we lost.
(If you follow me on Twitter, you might remember me talking about calling a raid early when one of our raiders reported he was puking blood but wanted to wait until the raid was over before going to the ER. Turns out he has a stomach ulcer. He was hoping to continue raiding but hasn’t logged since.)
We had a full complement of healers.
We had a PUG warlock to replace our warlock that suddenly went MIA the other week.
(He logs on via remote chat but won’t talk to anyone. Even if he was hacked or sold his account you would think he would log in to vent to give us a heads up on current events…)
So we entered ToT with a full raid, nearly all guilded. Continue reading