I feel like I'm going to get downvoted to hell but whatever I choose to die on this hill.
If I am in an alliance raid, and we notice there is one player (a healer btw) "afk" for ALL the fights not contributing, and rolling on loot so they don't get kicked, please don't tell me to put up with it and just finish the raid so we could get out the instance. You're damn right I'm going to be petty and wait out the loot-timer to vote kick, they do not deserve the completion rewards.
If you cue in to a lv.77 dungeon(ilvl 380) as a tank or healer and all your equipment is lv.70(ilvl 310-330) gear, and you are wondering why you can't survive the wall-to-wall pull, and I patiently and kindly explain to you why it isn't working, AND you have the NERVE to argue, telling me I'm not doing 'xyz' good enough. You're damn right I'm vote kicking you.
If you are a healer in a level 80 dungeon, and you keep silent, you don't request the tank to pull small, but complain about the tank running out of your range AND YOU NEVER ONCE pressed the sprint button. Instead you call them a bad tank? You're damn right I'm vote kicking you. (Like a chef claiming he can't cut the food even though he has a perfectly sharp knife)
How could you be a lv.74 Tank and NEVER use defensive cool downs (not even a little Rampart) when there's 10 mobs attacking you? and instead you say, "Healer needs to heal me more". (It's a like a soccer goalkeeper not attempting to use his hands to save a shot). You're damn right I'm going to vote kick. (LIKE HOW DID HE EVEN GET THIS FAR IN THE GAME????).
Too many people in game are shouting "deal with it and just finish the instance." NO. Stop tolerating it, because then it becomes the norm. The game is easier than ever now. Stop being so effing passive when someone is being TOXIC. TOXIC isn't just salt in party chat.
UPDATE: holy sh*t this blew up. Allow me to clarify something I noticed from some comments in respectful disagreement. I ALWAYS defend a sprout and flower. I'm always patient to new players. THE POINT I AM MAKINGGGGGGG, ISSSSS.. What I am asking for is COMPETENCE, Im not asking you to min-max, or be a pro at the game. If I tell you "hey use rampart it will help :)" and you reply with "No its not me, the healer needs to heal me better" <-- that is toxic and it should not be tolerated. You are level 70- 80, you have 20 something spells and actions and you never read the tooltips for them??? You don't need to be a professional MMO playe... keep reading on reddit ➡
Heather works hard to finish her new Beauty Lab location for her launch party, but worries that she hasn’t connected with Jen since Vegas. Mary goes to her place of peace, her church choir, while Lisa spends time with her family doing what she truly loves – making business plans. Meredith and Seth realize that their marriage is a hot topic for their friends while Sharrieff surprises Jen with a date night she won’t forget. And at the Beauty Lab Launch Party, Jen tries to make amends with her friends but it doesn’t go as well as she planned.
That's right. Salt and vinegar are the superior chip. Sour cream & onion chips just have an overly sweet yet salty taste that is just overwhelmingly disgusting. Barbecue chips leave your mouth feeling dry and bitter because of the awful taste. Salt and vinegar are just a perfect combination of flavors that is just overall better than other chips. EDIT: generic edit thanking redditors for upvotes and awards EDIT 2: oh lord I believe I've started a war
The Vegas trip implodes during dinner when Jen feels betrayed by Meredith and Lisa, yet again. Later that night, the ladies, sans Jen, gather together and discover there is more deception brewing amongst the group. Mary reminds Lisa of Jen’s destructive behavior, and Whitney arranges a spiritually healing activity for the ladies only to be derailed when Meredith’s marriage rumors are brought up, Jen is confronted and the women are left questioning who to trust.
Whitney hosts a dinner with her dad and siblings in an effort to reunite their family, while Jen sets Heather up on a date with Sharrieff’s best friend. When Whitney invites the women for a girls getaway to Vegas, Lisa, who’s still upset with Whitney, has reservations about going. And when Jen takes Heather on an exclusive shopping experience, things take a turn when Jen begins to question Heather’s true loyalty.
Tomorrow the city’s gonna be one big ice rink.
>takes place in the Indian subcontinent again, despite already making a 2D game about India
>it will include all of India, Bangladesh and a part of Pakistan
>aims to be larger than AC: Valhalla's map
>takes place during the 17th century, likely to include the Taj Mahal to the game
>there is some emphasis on the British East India Company as well as the Dutch East India Company, going to be rival factions
>no talks yet of naval gameplay
>it's going to have a fully written female protagonist, you can't pick as which gender you want to play as
>it's going to be exclusive to the newer generation of consoles, no intentions of releasing it for PS4 or Xbone
>the bounty system is back, but each region has their own bounty system. If you have a bounty in the Mughal Empire you won't bring it to Dutch-India
Last July Mexico changed their nutrition labelling on foods to something more like warnings.
Would you be for something similar (or go further even) or do you think the little traffic light system we have already is enough?
After blowing up at Sharrieff’s birthday party, all of Jen’s relationships are on the rocks. Lisa takes some time away from the drama to focus on work, and now that Heather’s Beauty Lab and Laser business is thriving, she wants to carry that success into her personal life. With Meredith and Seth in a better place, it’s finally time to share some good news. And later, things get heated when Whitney and Heather try to make amends with Jen who’s still fuming about Whitney’s poor timing.