Part Time does not mean Half-Assed — 19 Comments

    • Couldn’t have done it without you! I was thinking, based on your post, “how do we explain that casual (in time) is not coextensive with idiocy…”

  1. So I can do the Efflorescence and I am sure we can get a shammy for Healing Rain but who is going to be red? Some DK?

    Oh, wait, never mind.

    • Delete all the text and replace with “Anyone standing in ANY of the ick on the ground is TOTAL FAIL.”

      (I think D&D from mobs got even fainter because I could barely see it last night, except for the skeletal hands coming out of the ground trying to GET me.)

  2. Thanks for posting this… I consider myself a casual (I work 40 hours a week, take care of a diabetic cat AND maintain a house) player who would like to raid. It’s just nice to see the affirmation that I’m not a noob. 😀

    • Being a noob is not the same as being a moron or a slacker. Everyone starts out a noob and that’s totally ok. The main difference is the willingness to learn and put in the effort, even if you’re not stellar at first!

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  4. I suppose it would be wise to not assume that each color is supposed to represent it’s associated class.

    But no one has ever accused me of being ‘wise’ either. (lol leech priests)

  5. “Any questions?”

    Only one. Can we throw the blue, teal, white and purple people in the bee pit and then put a lid or something over it? Please?