And it typical Ghostcrawler form, he took to the forums and defended Blizzard’s new mantra of “bring the player, not the class”. Greg argued on behalf of Blizzard that players shouldn’t need to kick their best friends to the curb in order to bring that one dwarf priest for Fear Ward.
Could you change the order of he and Greg? While it’s implied that Ghostcrawler is Greg through the use of both names so close together, having it Greg then He shows people unfamiliar with him his name, further educating them.
Edit: can you work this image in there somewhere? http://www.blogcdn.com/wow.joystiq.com/media/2010/10/bubblehearthbeachball.jpg
And it typical Ghostcrawler form
‘And in typical…’
You can thank Windfury for reason shamans
‘…for the reason…’
Ghostcrawler and co.
co. should be capital
tightly between cloven hooves
but…but…we had hands!
took advantage of a newly appearing state: Haste
I think state should be stat
life-blood to lifeblood
totem-kiting to totem kiting
easy-mode to easy mode
first-hand to firsthand
self-applied could go either way
class-specific could go either way
gap-closer How about since we have a Lightning Overload of hyphens (shaman puns!) already you change this to "The Windfury totem buff helped close the gap"
popped-up to popped up
surge-of-interest to are you kidding me? get those hyphens outta there
non-stop to nonstop
he faithfully made his weekly penance into Molten Core.
Since penance is a noun, one cannot make it into a place. Change ‘into’ to ‘in’
those few individuals whom were consistent
‘Those few individuals’ are the subject so ‘whom’ should be changed to ‘who’.
But, it wasn’t for a new guild, he promised, just the dreaded “real life”, and assured me he would be back if he could make it work.
So. Many. Pauses. In. This. Sentence. How about: But he promised it wasn’t for a new guild, just the dreaded “real life” and he would be back if he could make it work.
ahh this reminds me of my days on the HWL grind. Hail to the HWL Lollipop!
Honestly, I get going sometimes and then it’s HARD TO STOP IT’S LIKE AN ADDICTION OMG.
Done. Dunno about that image, though. A+ for effort!
I would recommend you reconsider the closing statement. While it serves as a cliff-hanger, it’s not a great one. Your “blindside”, as the name suggests, is one in which you WILL NEVER SEE ANYTHING COMING EVER. That being said, I don’t see how there can be grades of difficulty with seeing things approaching on your blindside. I can imagine something approaching could be worse than others: a stuffed teddy bear vs.Terry Tate, Office Linebacker. Seeing them approach should be, by definition, equally difficult because you’ll never see them coming either way.