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Removing a Buff

Discussion in 'WoW General Discussion' started by Bo Riddler, Oct 19, 2007.

  1. Bo Riddler

    Bo Riddler Guest

    Call me what you will but lately I have been gaming on my Tauren Druid. In a matter of a few short months I am already into my 50's for a level. I am having a blast. But on to the point of the post.

    Of course the pink paw given by Druid is quite a nice buff. I am Resto specced so mine gives 345 armor, +13 to all abiltiies and 20 to all resistances. That is a nice 30 minute buff.

    But I am so prude when it comes to thank yous. I think if I give another character a buff, I should be able to take it away. More than once after giving someone a pink paw and my thorns buff, I don't even get a thank you. lol. I know petty. But wouldn't it be cool, if you could take buffs away? And remember, at these higher levels, Druids have to use seeds to buff for partys, currently mine are up to 9 silver a spell.

    Doesn't that deserve a thanks? I know so many players are 12 but geez.

    What do you think?

  2. Guest

    Guest Guest

    Actually, alot of time someone buffs me when I am running from one place to the other. By the time I realize they have buffed me, I'm already gone, or they are already gone.

    However, on the flip side, on my priest, I often "watch" someone fighting, and if they need a heal, I will pop out of shadow and heal them. I rarely ever get a "thank you" for that. And that just irritates me, since I'm usually standing there watching them to see if they need another heal.

    Last night, I was fighting my way into one of the areas in Shadowmoon doing a quest, along with a troll, who was kind enough to come to my NE Priest's aide when I pulled too many mobs. I did bow to him as a thank you.
  3. DJTyrant

    DJTyrant Guest

    I always /thank if I'm able to, but sometimes the game moves so quickly that you run out of LoS of the player to thank them.