Your character is never permanently dead. You can get resurrected by a Spirit Priest in a graveyard or any player w/ the ability to resurrect you that happens along past you can bring you back to life.
Epic Fail. Next time just say your mom deleted your dad’s WoW character and now he’s going to commit suicide.
Oh my days I didn’t actually read the part about world of warcraft! I just saw another lame group trying to get people to sign up for something ridiculously pointless. If my life revolved around world of warcraft I would kill myself.
@Anitalaff: Don’t know if this will ever get posted, but for some reason all of my comments are automatically going into “waiting to be moderated”, and staying there for hours at a time. I’m not going to waste any effort on diatribes when I never know if or when they’ll be posted. Sorry to disappoint.
Of course it’s a damned joke. If you die on WoW you just go and resurrect… It is impossible to play WoW without dying like a million times. Seriously 20% of the time an average WoW player spends on WoW he’s dead.
I’m just trying to imagine having married a man who plays video games obsessively. Just sitting there, farting quietly and consistently into his old green computer chair, occasionally swearing (sometimes gently, sometimes not), mouthbreathing as he negotiates a particularly difficult bit with, oh, let’s say, a troll, reaching with one overfed hand for the soda can, reaching, finding, slurping, replacing…bovine eyes never moving from the screen.
Stomach-churning stuff, oh “WoW widows”. I salute you! (You morons.)
@)leequette Yes my husband is a gaming dork. He was before I married him. If I could, Id toss the game in the garbage. Scratch that all his games. But he is for the most part a awesome Dad. He occasionaly will make me wait while he does something on the game. And that pisses me off. But I told him that if he turned into what you posted thats a deal breaker. He’s still attractive and hasn’t morphed into a foul smelling zitty mess. Theres hope yet. He’s mentioned he’s getting bored.
This would’ve been funnier if it was EQ and not WoW. In EverQuest, if you didn’t find your body after a week, all of your gear was lost. In WoW, all you do is follow the arrow on the minimap back to your body. As the mouthbreathers say, “ez-mode.”
Well this HAS TO be a joke, but I can’t help thinking how someone can be at the age of 12 (the upper limit for crying when you die in WoW), be a dad, and have a child old enough to create a group on Facebook.
Even if this were real I would refuse to join. if someone is that depresed about their character dying in a video game they are beyond help not even 1 million people can change that. Hell I doubt 1 billion could.
firstly, this is obviously not a genuine group.
secondly, it’s obviously not meant to be seen as a genuine group and is a clever bit of satire. i once made a group called ‘a trillion gazillion people against murder’ assuming that people would understand the satirical message behind it (it was at the time when people were joining groups to show that they were opposed to things like racism, homophobia etc.!) and decided to point out that there weren’t ‘a trillion gazillion’ people in the world and that my group was very idealistic but very unrealistic. so i think that’s probably the case here; this person has not made a fake group so he can trick people into joining, they’ve made a fake group as a satirical joke. it’s a parody probably inspired by that ‘don’t let my dog get put down’ group and others of that ilk. perhaps the humour was just a bit too subtle. it’s more subtle than my group and i still got people who a) thought i was being ridiculously stupid and b) thought it was a wonderful idea that we should make a stand against murder and joined wholeheartedly. both looked silly.
maybe i’m wrong though. in which case i’ll look even more stupid than anyone i’ve mentioned above.
My friend was addicted to WoW. He’d come in to work with bloodshot eyes, draggin ass because he got 2 hours of sleep, up battling giant leprechauns or some shit. He told me stories about how his friend wouldn’t even get off the computer to pound his gf, she’d just mount him and do her business while he continued to play.
No son, your dad’s life isn’t meaningless because his WOW character died, his life is meaningless because it takes a certain kind of slacker lump to wrap his sense of self in a stupid video game. It means he has no wish to be employed, raise you, acheive anything in life, etc.
But the very last straw for your attention whore father was when he couldn’t even be a slacker lump who does nothing but play WOW, because he let his character die!
My advice son, get a haircut, a job, move out and never look back. Twenty years down the road if you ever want to reconnect with good ole dad, trust me, he will still be right there where you left him, throwing himself a pity party with whatever losers are still willing to check his updates on facebook.
yep, well last i looked(last week) my main character has died 4613 times. so obviosuly this is a joke as if your character dies you just run to the corpes and click rez or let the spirit healer rez you, or do like i did when my body was stuck in the air, phone a friend, tell him to get on his toon and rez you. this groups a load of crap.
Oooooooooooh, account banned, that would make more sense. If you’ve got a non-playing kid, saying “died” would be something they’d understand more. Although if the father is that childish, to push all that cry-for-help drama onto his kid, then he deserves to be banned, and the poor kid’s mom loses major points for breeding with him.