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Speaking "World of Warcraft"
World of Warcraft
"Since "World of Warcraft" (PC) is a massively multi-player online game, a big part of the fun comes from interacting with other players. Can you decipher "Warcraft's" distinctive lingo to understand what those players are saying in-game?"
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You're in the city of Dalaran, idly watching trade chat and trying to decide what to do with the next few hours of your time. An announcement catches your eye: "LFM DPS Nexus". The Nexus is a dungeon you've been itching to explore. What does the rest of it mean?
They're looking for a character with healing spells to join their group.
They're looking for a high-level character to escort them through the Nexus.
They're looking for someone to sell them items that can be obtained in the Nexus.
They're looking for a damage-dealing player to join their group.
A few whispers later, you're exploring the Nexus with four other players. Your group easily defeats the first enemy, but now you're approaching a group of three. "Kill skull first", your leader types. What does that mean?
You should decide which enemy looks deadliest, and attack it first.
The leader has marked an enemy with a skull symbol above its head. Attack that one first.
If there are any skeletons, attack them first.
Begin the encounter with your "skull skill" attack.
Your party is steadily advancing into the dungeon, when someone makes a mistake -- suddenly, you're dealing with so many enemies you can't count them all. "AOE them down," your leader types. What is an AOE attack?
A passive attack
A joint attack performed by the entire group
An attack that affects all enemies within a certain area
An attack that stuns an enemy, briefly removing it from the fight
Finally, you're about to face the first boss: Grand Magus Telestra. Your leader explains the strategy: "When she splits into three copies of herself, we'll CC the purple one and down the others." All right -- but what does CC do?
Clone Crowd: it creates an illusion of the group, which distracts an enemy
Clock Click: it gives players a brief respite to heal themselves with bandages
Crowd Control: it temporarily removes an enemy from the fight
Chaos Cyclone: it kills an enemy instantly, but lowers damage for the rest of the fight
With Grand Magus Telestra dead, you continue on to the next boss: Anomalus. This time, things don't go quite as smoothly. The healer dies, and asks the druid in the group for a battle resurrection. "It's on CD", the druid replies. What does that mean?
It's on CoolDown: the druid can't use the ability again until a timer expires.
It's on: Consider it Done. The druid is about to do it.
It's on Cash Deposit: the druid hasn't paid to learn the ability.
It's on Channel Deuce: the druid is giving the healer instructions on where to click.
Despite your best efforts, Anomalus has you beaten: every player in the group dies, one after another. What is this depressing event called in the world of "Warcraft"?
"Let's hurry it up," the leader says, as you all sit eating and drinking to repair for your next bout with Anomalus. "I don't want to deal with respawns." Now you're getting worried. What's a respawn?
An enemy from another part of the instance who responds to the boss's distress call
An enemy who comes back to life some amount of time after having been killed
A temporal rift that zaps players who take too long
A spectator from Dalaran who appears out of nowhere and laughs at your group
At long last, Anomalus is defeated, and the group moves on to Ormorok the Tree-Shaper. "This guy isn't too bad," your leader says, breaking Ormorok's heart. "If you stay close in, it's a simple tank-and-spank." What's the strategy?
Everyone gets in an armored vehicle and fires at the boss.
The tank player holds the boss's attention while the group dishes out damage.
One player dishes out damage while the boss's attention shifts between the other players.
Everyone just does damage without worrying about anything else.
With Ormorok no more, you continue on toward the final boss. On your way there, an ordinary enemy drops something extraordinary: a rare piece of armor. Unfortunately, no one in the group can use it. "Wait -- don't disenchant it!" a teammate protests. "It's BOE!" What does BOE mean?
Best On Easter: it can be changed to a more useful item once a year
Bind On Equip: it can be transferred to another player
Belt Of Everything: it unlocks a valuable container
Bent On Extinction: disenchanting it will trigger an in-game apocalypse
At the end of the Nexus, you face the dragon Keristrasza -- and you win! As the final loot is being distributed, one of your groupmates types, "Phew -- I'm glad no one here is a ninja." So what's a ninja, in "World of Warcraft"?
A fake "player" who is really an agent of the enemy
A player whose damage output is so high that everyone else looks bad
A player who takes loot he or she is not entitled to
An obnoxious player who sneaks up on other players
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Compiled May 18 13