- I always thought Squidly was loved for his tentacles.
- I hoped he was loved for his heals
- I was accepting of being accepted for his DPS.
- But I’m only loved for my Heroism?
I guess that’s one advantage of playing Gnomeaggedon, there is no real doubt about why he is accepted in a raid.
Sure it might be an Intellect buff (how the raid cried the other day when there was no Mage for Intellect), could be for his table (presented with a smile and a /bow), maybe even because the raid leader has a Gnome fetish.
However I can be reasonably sure that I am loved for my potential DPS (maybe for Spellsteal – but that’s a gift to a Mage and if there is no Mage, you can always purge). This isn’t TBC where Mages have fallen out of favor, replaced by Warlocks, loved only for consumables and buffs, no this is WoLK.
What is it you want from me?
But Squidly, I think Squidly’s heals or DPS are an afterthought.
Ohh he can heal as well, he can support the other 2 healers…
But make sure he is alive for Heroism!
I feel a little guilty sometimes, it’s like I’m a sexy young thing whisked to the front of a woman-starved nightclub queue.
- Crap GearScore – check
- Zero Achievements – check
- Got Heroism – come on down, who can we kick.
Am I complaining?
About as much as I complain about being a healer in a random dungeon queue.
It’s a natural advantage, and like boobs, I’m going to use it to get what I want.
Now all I need is some boobs on Gnomeaggedon to get some raid invites.
Gnomer and Out, Squidly and Stout!
PS: I hope you enjoy the old Skyhooks videos… yeah old.. my childhood old, but still great to have blaring at a BBQ… especially if it’s a beach BBQ.
PPS: If I had boobs, then I’d want to have Euripedes‘ babies!
He followed up his awesome Fire Mage PvP How To (Dear Mr. Gnomeaggedon, Sir) with answers to questions posed in the comments (Fire Questions Answered) and now has pretty much summed up the changes that I would love for Fire PvP… if not survivability, then make people pay for targeting me! (Fire Mage PvP: Problems and Solutions).
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