warcraftproblems:

I don’t think I’ve ever actually voted to kick someone before.  Maybe like once or twice someone will be doing REALLY bad (ie; when you get a level 55 DK tank in Outlands…) I’ll be like “THANKYOUJESUS” and kick as soon as it pops up.  But normally the person gets kicked before I even have time to read the pop-up explaining why.. and I read very fast.  So I’m assuming no one else reads them either.  With my luck it’s usually a healer or a tank (who wasn’t doing that bad) that gets kicked and we have to sit in the middle of the dungeon for 20 minutes waiting for a new one.  If the group doesn’t disband beforehand.  |:
edit: i meant stupid reasons for kicking..

warcraftproblems:

I don’t think I’ve ever actually voted to kick someone before.  Maybe like once or twice someone will be doing REALLY bad (ie; when you get a level 55 DK tank in Outlands…) I’ll be like “THANKYOUJESUS” and kick as soon as it pops up.  But normally the person gets kicked before I even have time to read the pop-up explaining why.. and I read very fast.  So I’m assuming no one else reads them either.  With my luck it’s usually a healer or a tank (who wasn’t doing that bad) that gets kicked and we have to sit in the middle of the dungeon for 20 minutes waiting for a new one.  If the group doesn’t disband beforehand.  |:

edit: i meant stupid reasons for kicking..

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~ Wintergrasp ~ 

"Wintergrasp is a large zone located between the Sholazar BasinBorean TundraDragonblight, and Icecrown.

Once, the location of a vast lake known as Lake Wintergrasp; the lake has shrunk since then, leaving the basin open to exploration. Wintergrasp contains a valuable mine, ownership of which is contested by the Horde and Alliance in order to reap its riches.

Lake Wintergrasp was a large frozen lake covered in ice several feet deep. Below the ice, churning water rushed. Sometimes, local tauren and taunka would cut holes in the ice to spear fish, but if one fell in, the water would instantly freeze them. Icecrown River fed it from the north, which tended to be frozen on top also.

The lake sat midway up and just west of the Dragonblight proper. It was unknown if the lake had always been frozen, but it probably was, since Icecrown Glacier is right above it. “Frozen lake” was a misnomer, of course. The surface was frozen solid, and one could walk across it and could even drag a small cart if it was not too full. Yet beneath that sheet of ice the water flowed, so cold it could suck the heat from a person in minutes (if they were lucky) and so blue it rivaled a clear evening sky. The Icemist tauren would cut holes in the ice and spear the fish swimming beneath. It was bitterly cold near the water, and the wind can slice right through a person”