I am a Female Night Elf Hunter(es) on the US Azurmyst Server,representing the Conjuncti Stamus Family.
The Quick & Dirty Edit
I started playing WoW in Early 2007 on another server, with my first toon being a squishy Night Elf Priest. It was also my first MMO, which I was immediately impressed by, and enjoyed a great deal. Being in school at the the time however, and dealing with the frustration of learning the game with a squishy, I decided to put it aside after a couple of months.
It wasn't long before I started to miss the style of game play, and despite trying, couldn't find a Non-MMO game to quench my MMO thrist. I started playing LOTRO for a few months as an Elf/Hunter, where I came to realize that I really loved playing a DPS toon. After reaching the max level (which is only 50 I might add) I quickly grew bored with LOTRO and came back to WoW in December 2007.
I came back with a better understanding of the MMO/DPS world thanks to LOTRO, and found it to be even more impressive and enjoyable than my first try with the squishy. LOTRO while fun, and graphically more advance, can't touch the expansiveness and wow factor of WoW.
Since returning, I have spent as much time reading WoWWikki (and a few other select resources) as I have playing the game.
...maybe not an equal amount of time, but I do spend almost all of my flight time and many additional hours researching, absorbing, and learning what I can do to make the most of my WoW Experience and to ensure that I'm never referred to or thought of as your typical WoW Huntard.
(like my guildmate Karris) -- just kidding mate =D
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Not Free as in BeerEdit
- I encourage every player to take a chance, try something new and exciting and give WoW on Linux a spin.
- It's Free and Libre.
I am a user and lover off all things Open and Free. I exclusively use Linux for work and play,
more specifically,Linux Mint. Since Blizzard doesn't have a native Linux client, I play WoW
using a third party program called CrossOver Linux, which allows me to basically fool WoW into
thinking it's running on Windows.
|This user is addicted to WoWWiki.|
While I may not be a Linux Hacker per say, I have used nothing but Linux for many years now,
and look forward to contributing more useful WoW - Linux content to this already robust resource.
I'm also happy to see that not only is the content of WoWWiki released under a Free License it is
made using Software created under the same CopyLeft philosophy as Linux.
Final (Borrowed) ThougtsEdit
- The trouble with the world is that the stupid are cocksure and the intelligent are full of doubt. --Bertrand Russell
- ...*everyone* has the right to make an ass out of themselves. You just can't let the world judge you too much. --Maude