Believe it or not but tonight we actually had a 10,6% wipe on Lich King 25 man ^^
That was brutal (you win the fight at 10% if you don't know already). I was second last to die and did some Moonfire spamming in the end but it didn't quite help. I do think we will get him down soon now, we're getting more and more stable into the end of the fight.
I had a fun conversation with an in-game friend about whether or not we've let people at our workplace know that we play. Personally I don't hide it, there are some others that play and it's fun to talk about raids and lore and I occasionally use some wallpapers on my computer that let my habit show. My friend though is secretive about it. He's my favorite mage and has been around since 2006 raiding all content since Karazhan up to current content. He told me this:
A girl that works for me just started enthusing about how great WoW was and how I should play it - she's level 8 already - I let her talk :)
Oh wow, you didn't mention you play?
No - I asked lots of noob questions :] At one point she said another colleague played but she was obsessed and had a character who was like lvl 37 or something - I said "wow that must have taken months" with a straight face :)
What about you, do you hide playing, just don't bother to mention it but won't deny it if asked or do you talk about it all the time? Is it irrelevant or are you worried about being "branded" a WoW-player at work?
I've also rolled a baby horde shadow priest on EU-Turalyon as I want at least one character to level and see the horde side of things. She's level 17 now and has already amassed about 250g from AH business :) I've joined a guild as a pure social member and they seem to have a really nice and funny atmosphere. Here's an excerpt from the guild chat:
[warrior] Do you warlocks have a chat channel?
[hunter] /join nohealthstone
[mage] /join worse_than_mages_4eva
[warlock] /join Do_Lich_King_without_us
[mage] warlocks = emo mages
I just love friendly banter :)