Don’t get me wrong, the garrison idea is really awesome

But I would still like to be able to have my own house/customize it
Do they have houses in the Garrison thing, or is it just making your own mini towns with just profession stuff and an inn (That I’m guessing we won’t get to customize and will just be default inn designs)?

Does anyone want to do Serpentshrine Cavern with me sometime this week or weekend? I need the Runetotem Mantle for a transmog.

It’d have to be between 1/2pm-5/6pm (or latest 7pm) wra time if during the week, but just about any time on fridays and saterdays

Not sure how well I can do running through on my own on my 86/87 druid

Also looking for someone who can make a rosethorn staff

Am I the only one who doesn’t get lost in Lumiose?

Though I guess it’s not that hard to understand why I don’t anymore, since I memorized the path for the lost woods in OoT, MM, and that maze you run through for the Mask of scents, after only a small handful of runs through

… But on the other hand, it took me about half a year to stop getting lost in the Undercity and finally remember how to get the hell out by finding the elevators… and I still get lost in the Exodar (Though finally getting better. Would probably help if I was there more)

You know what, nevermind. The brain is a pain in the ass

I kinda want to draw Dei and Kal as (probably human, unless people think it would be cool too to have pokemon in the wow universe rather than pokemon U versions) pokemon trainers

But I don’t know what pokemon they’d have for teams :Ia


Looking for music suggestions for one of my warcraft characters

More specifically Dei’fon (Aka Panic Cat)
Not like theme song kind of thing so much, but like music playlist to listen to when rping/running around doing shit on her
And man, it’s harder than I thought. Most the music I have doesn’t seem to fit so wondering if anyone else listens to artists/songs that they think may work well for a troll (who’s a druid, has anxiety problems and panics easily, and also cries a lot and is scared of a lot of shit but at the same time is still trying to work on these problems and become at least a decent druid).
dimedog answered: tbh I don’t see it as OP so much as unique to their race. I imagine regen’d limbs as looking very raw, like when a lizard grows back a tail

Ha, that’d be pretty cool. I should look up lizards now for that. I mean I know for some lizards with their tails (or even other parts) the muscles of the tail pull apart easily and the blood vessels constrict to stop the wounded tail from bleeding, and then it can take anywhere from 3 months to a few years to grow back depending on the species, which may be what people are going for?
But troll regen D: They should be able to get it back and quickly x-x

I think a lot of people are afraid if their character did heal really fast though, race trait or not, that someone or another would cry op/godmode/marysue, or whatever else :(

Ok someone’s going to have to explain this to me because I don’t even know.
Like, I get that people don’t want to come across as OP with their trolls regrowing limbs and regenerating and all, but

"Although enough physical damage will kill them, trolls can regenerate lost limbs and heal grievous physical injuries at an accelerated rate, giving them a large advantage in battle"

In battle

This says to me that (depending of course on how healthy they are and what their rate is in general. Read somewhere too troll pregnancies can be anywhere from 3[4?]-7 months) they can regenerate fast. Like ridiculously fast. There’s not a whole lot of time to sit down/hide and wait for an injury to heal before going back out. This basically implies if you’re facing a troll, it’s very likely you’re going to need to do a ton of damage or strike certain vital points to take them out quickly or there’s going to be a serious problem and it’s likely you’re going to end up taking too much damage/get tired before you can take them out.

Yeah I know people don’t want to seem op, and this example may be more applied to trolls with a lot of mojo if people want to see it that way (though it says “trolls” and not “some trolls” or “most trolls”, and it’s Blizz so who knows), but I’m just wondering why some people have their trolls take months (and I’m not talking 2-3, I mean more like 5-12+) or years to regrow things back, but otherwise their regen is pretty or very good.

Having a limbless character can be interesting, and hey cool with trolls it can usually not be permanent unless there’s some loa issue involved with it or they’re that unhealthy their system can’t do it, even with some loa help, but trolls are known for accelerated healing. Even scars that may be there for life or take a loong time to heal in general would have shorter lifespans?
(Depends on what you want to do with the scars, and scars can be tricky yeah. Example for this is I’ve had some pretty bad scars that actually faded within a few months to a year, and minor scars from bugbites or something that I’ve had for at least half my life. There’s also the time I seriously split my lip when I was a kid and ended up having a plastic surgeon come in and fix it [happened to be lucky enough that there was one on the military base at the time] and for the most part you can’t really notice it except for when my mouth is open in certain ways because you can see how it hangs and it makes the scar a bit more visible. There’s a slight mark, but people don’t usually notice unless I point it out, but at the same time I’ve gotten a very nasty split on my eyebrows [same way I got the lip scar. From climbing shit I shouldn’t have when I was only a few months old] that isn’t visible at all and was expected to end up being a pretty bad scar for at least most my life. Got a number of other scars too but enough of that)

Or am I looking at this the wrong way?

I’m not saying it’s bad, but it’s always been a slight irritation with me and I don’t get why people really go with such a long frame of time for regeneration with limbs when it’s stated they can come back quickly enough to be something to be aware of while fighting them, and other things they heal just fine from.
Unless fire is involved I’m kinda lost

Thoughts on this?

Pandaren average 5 1/2 feet in height, and make assured and precise movements.

I’m sorry…

5 1/2 feet?

People think …

That pandaren average…

Only 5 1/2 feet?

I know in game models arn’t the best for referencing, but Pandaren are a hell of a lot taller than about the average female blood elf/human is
Hell in game they’re about what night elves are (who are 6’2”-7’2”)