Comic 47 - Bootsy Wootsy

8th Oct 2011, 7:20 PM
Bootsy Wootsy
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Clef 8th Oct 2011, 7:20 PM edit delete
Sara and Kleeyo play pranks on eachother just to show that they appreciate one another....and nothing shows appreciation more then orchestrating a mule kick to the face.

Besides, can a wow comic ever be comedic without at least one reference to the Elmira Fudd of WoW, Mylune(atic)?

Exit question: Yeah, can someone explain THIS?


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J. Ason 8th Oct 2011, 8:10 PM edit delete reply
Always lovely to watch them going at it. You should call this comic "The sociopathic adventures of Sara and Kleeyo".

Maybe Sara can heal some of that hoofprint away with her 18 quintillion heals (yeah, I asked wolfram alpha). Or is that someone else?
Clef 8th Oct 2011, 11:43 PM edit delete reply
That was for Saradenko. Don't know when it happened since I never check the stats pages.
Auro 8th Oct 2011, 8:55 PM edit delete reply
hehe, I love prankin me guildies. I used to have a really nice prank I'd pull off with two friends.

get a warlock to put a summoning stone on the edge of a real big cliffside, then use the sandstone drake mount (yes, I have more money then sense) to fly one of the two over the edge, but in range of the stone. This player can now summon people over the edge. Everyone without a slowfall/bubble/flightform is instantly boned as they plummet to the ground, sweating along the way.

regarding the mad heals, those are most likely from a vehicle with a self-heal. Admittedly, I've never seen a heal this large used on any vehicle, but with so many quests employing some shape of vehicle, it's not unthinkable.
Auro 8th Oct 2011, 8:57 PM edit delete reply
Clef 8th Oct 2011, 11:52 PM edit delete reply
I have to ask, does a 2 person flying mount ride EVER end without the passenger becoming a victim? heh. People are evil with those touring rockets.
Auro 9th Oct 2011, 9:30 AM edit delete reply
I can't speak for the passenger-rocket, but the sandstone drake has no ejector seats, and if you dismount in mid-air, the passenger gets a parachute. If you convince the passenger to leap off however... it's entirely their own fault.
Usagi 8th Oct 2011, 9:05 PM edit delete reply
I just did that quest today XD That silly dryad.
lackinganame 8th Oct 2011, 11:01 PM edit delete reply
this is perhaps one of the funnier idea's about them quest. i was waiting for that person to show up just didn't expect it like this. (read the quest thing as she gives it to you and you may see what i mean)love the hired troll for work!

as for the exit question, i think its a bug, my shammy has the same thing too.
Clef 8th Oct 2011, 11:41 PM edit delete reply
I figured as much. Was wondering if anyone else had it.
Thisguy 9th Oct 2011, 1:25 AM edit delete reply
Hah, I love Mylune, shes so crazy, though in all fairness, she's only slightly more crazy than other dryads, the entire race acts like its on some kinda happy drug. I guess this is Kleeyo getting revenge for the bird thing, more creative than lava burst anyway. :D
Clef 9th Oct 2011, 2:29 AM edit delete reply
Agreed. Even back in warcraft 3...

"I'll attract the enemy with my human call! I'M SO WASTED I'M SO WASTEEED" *drunk slut voice*

Cracked me up every time.
Garrett 9th Oct 2011, 7:37 AM edit delete reply
Great comic idea, loved it.

As for your question, it is from special encounters that give you huge buffs. Chances are it is from the end of the regular Hyjal quests where you team up with some npcs (Malfurion, Hamuul and Cenarius I think?) to take on Ragnaros. They call out for heals a few times and because they have soooo much health it gives you a buff that makes your heals actually worthwhile casting on them. If it wasn't that exact event, it would have been something similar.

With that said, I wish the achievement tracker would ignore those heals and crazy huge dammage from bombing runs and the like myself. I would much rather know what my biggest "real" hits and heals were.
Amethyst 10th Oct 2011, 7:51 AM edit delete reply
Yeah. Either someone misplaced a decimal point somewhere or it's from a vehicle or other gimmicky fight mechanic where you get insane damage/healing buffs.
Clef 10th Oct 2011, 5:19 PM edit delete reply
Yeah, some vehicle and odd quest fight can crunch out some seriously high numbers, however the highest I've seen so far was Flame Leviathan @85, where siege engine cannon crits would be in the millions. Never a self single heal that was in the QUINTILLIONS. A number that big wouldn't even fit on the screen, heh.
Kaiser 13th Oct 2011, 2:18 AM edit delete reply
O_o I didn't think WoW let a number go that high...

Lol comic is good as ever...though I think I may have accidently gone into Fridge Logic/Horror territory...there used to be a quest in Southshore where you gathered turtle meat...what if you were polymorphed as a turtle and talked to them D:
George 13th Oct 2011, 11:39 PM edit delete reply
It's an overflow bug... most often seen in warlocks due to Life Tap and Hellfire, but what happens is that a spell is classified as "healing" by the game because it targets the self or an ally, but does damage, which gives a negative number for "healing done", except the game is programmed to not let heals be negative so the value loops around to 2^64 from the first point of damage and then all the other points of damage taken are subtracted from that. The part that confuses me is the part where not only have you done something like that on your paladin, but you've also had another player do that to you despite the fact that a) there are no "damage friendly target" spells in the game that I know of and b) it's a higher value than your largest heal cast, which eliminates the possibility of you having done it to yourself.
Clef 14th Oct 2011, 12:44 AM edit delete reply
I see. Thanks for the technical clarification.
isaac 14th Oct 2011, 3:31 PM edit delete reply
Still my favorite of those dailies
Coffinshaker 17th Oct 2011, 6:52 PM edit delete reply
XD nice!
Kat 9th Jul 2012, 12:24 AM edit delete reply
SO I'm not the only one who's had that huge number thing happen to. I know it's been a long time since you posted this, but here's my own numbers from my rogue, which happened during an Alterac Valley battleground.

The results window showed my healing done as 4294958686.

My stats window shows 18446744073709543426 for both cast and received, although now it shows a different last few digits. No vehicles used in AV, so no idea how I managed to pull that one off. :)

Loving your comics, btw, I'm glad I found them.
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