Moam: Man on a Mission
When a person is in state of both adrenaline, focus and determination, performing series of tasks consecutivlely swift or simultaneously, knowing fully well what they have to do without having to stop and think, and unaffected by either frustration, further workload, or laziness.
Similar to roaming, which is walking about without a clue, Moam is walking about fully aware of everything that needs to be done, in which specific order, and within schedule.
(1) When an office employee is running around doing prints, typing documents up for people, answering all incoming calls, entering data into the computer and further being bossed around by employer to get more things done, and he accepts willingly without hesitation and frustration, he is Moaming!
(2) Just tell me what you need done, I'm in moam mode!
its like racism... but noobism. In other words, its someone who picks on the poor noob who was probably just like the noobist himself at one stage...bastards!!!
Wannabe pro: "Shutup u noob...you're crap!"
Nice Guy: "Hey man, stop being noobist....asshole"
Pussies Behind Poles:
A World of Warcraft term for people (usually healers) in arenas who's playstyle is hiding constantly behind poles away from enemy line of sight almost the entire fight.
A poor excuse of claiming to be pvping, and realistically is a peasant class fighting style.
Common defense against this insult would be "but its a strategy!" ..
Strategies comes in different skill levels.. demonstrating PBPing just shows your calibre as a PVPer.
For the good players out there, if you PBP, dont let your ego excuse you of this fact, for a good pvper can still heal, or do whatever, without the need to PBP.
If it leads you to lose your battles, then at least you lose with honour, instead of winning, a nub...
A 2v2 battle on Nagrand Arena, where a pally just sits behind the pole, leaving his warrior out there beating the enemy, and only comes out to clease, and heal, before retreating back to his pole.
The enemy decides to chase after the pally, but the pally, using his PBP instincts, naturally just runs around the pole, to avoid getting hit, and if he gets a chance, runs behind the next pole.
Warrior takes one enemy down, but even with one opponent left, pally still sits behind the pole... waiting for his warrior to slowly beat the last enemy down.
They win the fight..and inside the pally's mind, hes thinking "oh yeh! We owned them. We're so good".
Pffft..... Bloody PBP, L2PVP