Comic 56 - Possessed

3rd Dec 2011, 9:19 PM
Average Rating: 5 (2 votes)
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Clef 3rd Dec 2011, 9:24 PM edit delete
One of the most convenient things about Azeroth? All clothes immediately fit your body size. Ever wondered why that Tattered Dreadmist Robe you had on your Tauren Priest alt doesn't need to be restitched for your Dwarf Mage alt after it got mailed over? Heh...

Exit question: What kind of things in Azeroth would be conveniences to you IRL? Being able to teleport everywhere you need to go? Never having to eat to survive? Never having to exercise to stay fit? Never actually dying after getting killed? Something else?


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Azuron 3rd Dec 2011, 9:35 PM edit delete reply
im gonna go with being able to carry dragons in your pocket :D
Karl 3rd Dec 2011, 11:17 PM edit delete reply
You already do... its called drake mounts! And most helpful=SKIPPING NORTHREND
Thisguy 4th Dec 2011, 12:41 AM edit delete reply
Well, as a mage I loooooooooooooove my ability to teleport to every capital city and jump around continents at will. But the thing i find really convenient is that fact that, after being exposed to hundreds of toxic substances such as radiation, mercury, etc... there are still no adverse effects or longterm health problems.
Danman 4th Dec 2011, 1:11 AM edit delete reply
Well, deathwing is really happy. remeber his plan on making himself his armor? so now the sara is probably helping him live out his immortality in relative happiness
also, endless spelling errors somewhere in there...
gamerman14 4th Dec 2011, 3:22 AM edit delete reply
They game is called Warcraft... and yet you never start any wars.
Not disin' wow though, i love that game.
Clef 4th Dec 2011, 4:07 AM edit delete reply
Yeah, you don't get to start any wars, but you sure do get to partake in a whole lot started by everyone else.
Bloodraptor(Echo Isles) 4th Dec 2011, 6:00 AM edit delete reply
conveniences? resurrecting the dead would be one major perk, turn someone into a Death Knight, then I wouldnt have had to endure the loss of my brother. I would have risen him as a Death Knight. slipping into the shadows undetected and committing penalty-free murder would have been fun too. commanding the power of the elements, that would be cool to create an earthquake or spewing blobs of lava whenever I want! the hearthstone would be cool too! ^_^ I'd opt for those conveniences. ^_^
Garrett 4th Dec 2011, 8:31 AM edit delete reply
I would say being able to spend less then an hour "working" and having made enough money to cover my expenses for a week or two or more would be pretty nice. On the spot heals, cure disease spell, and res spells? Sign me up. Not really NEEDING sleep would be handy, though I do enjoy my sleep. And while I suppose you can get sick from drinking in wow, never getting a hang over would rule. Being able to fly around on a dragon whenever I wanted to go somewhere would be pretty cool too, just sayin. I could probably go on for way too long thinking about this...
Nikaseen 4th Dec 2011, 7:18 PM edit delete reply
Excellent page and I'm loving this story. I have to say, I always enjoy watching a webcomic grow and evolve.

As far as your question goes... What I think I would enjoy the most is the ability to transform and teleport at will. Not speaking of druids and mages, by the way. I'm talking about being able to walk down the street as a human male, then disappear and show up somewhere else as a blood elf female... After waiting for the load screen, anyway.
Sesshy (Muradin) 4th Dec 2011, 7:35 PM edit delete reply
Being able to turn into a Worgen. I always thought it would be cool to be werewolf. Or even being a mana-crack addicted elf. I could be uber skinny, eat all I want, and never gain a pound. Pulling large items out of itty-bitty creatures. Hearthstones. Heath and rez spells. Being a druid. Shaman ghost wolf. You know what, I would like it all lol!
Sakurina12 5th Dec 2011, 2:52 AM edit delete reply
Flying around on dragons might be cool, though hearthstones would be useful, also healing and resurrecting might be useful as well. Damn it there's too many useful things. WHY CAN'T ITEMS/OBJECTS IN WORLD OF WARCRAFT BE REAL?!?
The Dwarven Dude 5th Dec 2011, 7:50 AM edit delete reply
What would be the best convenience: Every time I need money i just go out somewhere and kill some stupid meaningsless blokes which miraculously come to life again after five minutes time and purses stuffed again. ^_^
Daisybelle 5th Dec 2011, 10:51 AM edit delete reply
1) Hearthing home whenever I get tired
2) Being able to fly between towns no matter how much I'm carrying
3) Having a mount that appears out of nowhere
4) Being able to ask for things in tradechat and being heard in all the (aligned) capital cities
5) Being healed perfectly by someone who isn't even a doctor or nurse
6) Boats that travel between continents in seconds instead of months
7) Being able to manufacture things out of basic materials and not even needing to be in a workshop or lab
8) Breathing underwater
9) Never having to put up with children!

...but my personal favorite is...

...having a tail! XD
Clef 5th Dec 2011, 8:41 PM edit delete reply
If the /whisper feature became real. Cell phone companies would go outta business overnight.

"Hold on, let me contact my friend in Singapore...*psst* hey, you there?"
"What!? Who is this! I'm trying to sleep!"
"I just have a question"
"Ughh...get these damn whispers OUT OF MY HEAD!"

Heh...I suppose privacy would be a thing of the past...
Daisybelle 6th Dec 2011, 9:00 AM edit delete reply
...that or everyone would have many thousands of names in their ignore list. ;)
Spiritwolf 5th Dec 2011, 4:47 PM edit delete reply
Hearthstones would be awesome, Dragon mounts too. Repeatedly drinking enough booze to make yourself puke and being fine a few minutes later would just be cool
Mr. D 5th Dec 2011, 8:34 PM edit delete reply
The ability to kill another person and get money from the body and not go to jail for murder, *sigh* if only...
Clef 5th Dec 2011, 8:39 PM edit delete reply
Yeah, I'd imagine it would be pretty easy to get away with murder when your victim's corpse disappears without a trace after a few minutes.
Kaiser 6th Dec 2011, 2:31 AM edit delete reply
1. Stealth, naturally
2. Mind Control
3. Infinite pally bubble
4. Soul cookies :D nom nom nom
5. Infinite ammo!
Tsukistar 8th Dec 2011, 2:32 PM edit delete reply
Cast all the dots!

On topic.... Why do I have a feeling that the gnome is going to crash the play?
Rokas 9th Dec 2011, 7:39 PM edit delete reply

...Wait, this isn't Skyrim.

Azeroth? Right, right... Uhm... I'd say the biggest convenience would be the whole not-dying bit, but after that the flying dragon mounts. So I can take one into Skyrim and go KILL.

I just got the game, can you tell?

Dayum Kleeyo, just dayum.
Clef 9th Dec 2011, 11:50 PM edit delete reply
Been hearing a lot of great things about Skyrim. Will probably get it for Xbox360 eventually (that game would fry my computer video card). I played some of the previous Elder Scrolls games and couldn't really get into them...or at least not to the extent that I did in WoW. The screenshots I've seen of the landscapes have been incredible...but has it been improved over the others in more ways than just graphics?
Rokas 11th Dec 2011, 1:50 PM edit delete reply
Couldn't say, Skyrim is the first Elder Scrolls game I've played. I got the 360 version myself, though it doesn't look as good as the trailer, though that may be 'cuz my Xbox 360 is a first gen with no HDMI port (f**king Microsoft) and so it looks kinda ugly and pixelated on the big screen.

Still, the landscapes are insanely gorgeous. Also you kill dragons at level 4. So, AWESOME.
*Dash glasses* LIKE A BAWS!
Adamantine 10th Dec 2011, 12:14 AM edit delete reply
hm... I like the fact that you don't really have to 'learn' something to know it (when you learn for a profession or a particular type of weapon), you can't forget it, unless you want too. Plus, there is no exam for whatever you learn.
Seph 10th Dec 2011, 12:29 PM edit delete reply
Ahhh...the conveniences of WoW... For me, I personally like:
1.)Casting MAGIC. 'Nuff said.
2.)Being able to loot Money and items from creatures that shouldn't have any (Like looting a sword 2x the size of the bird you found it on)
3.)Any damages, Blacksmith can fix it (and Selling useless items to vendors and getting money for it).
4.)Being able to carry cool weapons (and anyone with a non-gun weapon has a fair chance of winning against a gun-user)
5.)Enemies do not scale levels with you (that bully you had in 5th grade, still 5th grade)
6.) Being able to drive through crowds and cities on your mount, knowing that no one will be run over or killed (NO TRAFFIC! WOOOO!)
7.)*Looks at Jyosette and Kleeyo* Being able to wear THAT in below-freezing temperatures and not immediately dying of hypothermia
@Kaiser: is that true about the ammo? 'Cause i distinctly remember having to buy Bullets and Arrows for my hunter, along with ammo bags. Or did they change that too?

In retrospect, things i DIS-like about a WoW-based life:
1.)If a Quest line drops, you are stuck never knowing what happens (AKA, Scythe of Elune. Never known what happened to it after you the storyline drops in duskwood. 6 years later, WORGANS SUDDENLY HAVE IT IN GILNEAS WITH NO EXPLAINATION!!!).
2.)Knowing that whatever you do in NPC world, it will change NOTHING! (For example: no matter how many quests i do, they will still need help for that quest. No matter how many times I stop the evil god being summoned in Zul'gurub, he will still be being summoned and threatening the world. No many how many cages i open to save NPC's, there will always be NPC's in those EXACT cages. No matter how many trolls I kill, THERE WILL BE NO DENT IN THE TROLL POPULATION!!

Once again, sorry for the Long Post.
Clef 10th Dec 2011, 3:18 PM edit delete reply
I always enjoy long posts. And yes, hunters no longer have ammo. That was one of the cataclysm changes. Jyosette had a 30 slot ammo bag stuffed to the brim with mammoth cutters to prepare for the expansion and they all ended up being vendor trash.
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