The LFR Drinking Game 5.0

man oh man, you guys have totally got to GIS “costume pugs”

Hi folks. It’s been a while, hasn’t it? Let’s get down to business.
The old LFR drinking game is horribly outdated. It needs updating. Wait a minute, wouldn’t the opposite of “outdated” be “indated”? And “updating” would be the opposite of “downdating.” THESE ARE WORDS? WHAT IS GOING ON.

Also, due to the tragic deaths of a guild in South Dakota after their attempts to complete my original drinking game, I am now legally obligated to severely reduce the number of reasons to drink to make the game more “realistic.” Realistic for who, a fucking pussy? Anyways, if you want to play “LFR Classic Crunksauce Drunkboss Mode” then just quadruple all of the given values for how many drinks you should take. LET’S GO!!!

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The LFR Drinking Game

Sometimes you want to go... where everybody drives you to alcoholism.

If something happens, you take the specified number of drinks. Let’s get down to business:

Someone is wearing PvP gear – 1

Tank is wearing PvP gear – 2

Someone drops group – 1

Someone drops group during boss fight – 2

Tank drops group during boss fight – 3

Hear the “you are now queued” sound – 1

Someone is AFK for an entire encounter – 1

Someone pulls/starts the encounter before the group is ready – 2

Someone ignores a basic boss mechanic (switch to ooze, press button, etc) – 1

A DPS does less than 10k – 1

A DPS does less than 5k – 3

Raid Leader refuses to give anyone else assist – 1

Raid Leader gives everyone assist, chaos ensues – 3

Raid wipes on a boss – 3

Raid wipes on trash – 5

Successfully defeat a boss – Down one full drink

No gear that you can use drops – 1

You roll on gear and someone else wins it – 1

You roll on gear and someone else wins it for their off spec – 3

You win a piece of gear – Down one full drink

Nobody else rolls on your piece of gear – Down two full drinks

Have fun! Get drunk!

*Please Raid Responsibly*

How to LFR and The Dragon’s Soul: The Classiest Guide

Oh, hello. I didn’t see you there. Won’t you have a seat?

Welcome to our raid, friend. My, what lovely feathers you’re wearing all over your person. I’m glad you’ve decided to join us. We have had a strong need for a boozekin like yourself in our group and I’m pleased to see that this void is finally filled. I’ll be discussing our plans for the evening and explaining our actions as we proceed. Please feel free to interject as you see fit.

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