... there won't be anything left.
Has anybody else noticed that female Naga have been given shirts all of a sudden? Why has this happened? Did someone find that female naga where to provocative going around topless or is Blizzard trying out something else? a friend suggested maybe they are trying to see how they look with armour, maybe as a future playable race, but Blizzard has already stated that playable races need to have legs.. so what has happened here? It's really weird to see all these nagas with chinese styled clothings all of a sudden and with no explanation.
It does seem to be an intended change, though bear in mind that naga have been able to wear armor since The Burning Crusade. It could be that there's something being planned for the naga, or at least there's been a movement to humanize them (or elfize them, as it were). As of right now, though, if you want playable naga, the closest you'll probably get is the WoW TCG's upcoming Throne of the Tides expansion.
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A while back it was mentioned on the Queue that Joystiq is working on overhauling the comment system and that would in turn affect WoW Insider. Have there been any updates on this front?
We're due for a site overhaul similar to the ones that Joystiq and Massively got, but we don't currently have an ETA. You're welcome to comment on some Joystiq posts to see how you like it.
Why don't quest kills count if said kill is caused by a defensive buff/pet/etc.? For instance, when I'm doing low level quests on my hunter and my pet kills the target before I can get a shot off, that kill doesn't count. Or when I'm on my shaman and a mob attacks me while I have lightning shield up, that won't count toward my quest objective. I'm pretty sure my wolf and lightning shield wouldn't mind letting me have the kill in these situations.
You didn't need to take any action for the kill to occur, so you don't get credit for it.
now that azeroth is revamped and we got zones that we couldn't access prior to cataclysm , other than emerald dream, are there any areas that we cant reach left on azeroth?
At this point, nearly all of the inaccessible or areas not yet on the map that are left in Azeroth are islands, such as Kul Tiras, Hiji, Zul'Dare, and Crestfall. There aren't any huge land masses left that we're aware of, and they certainly didn't appear on the maps of Azeroth in Ulduar -- but hey, it's not like Blizzard can't just do a "titan cloaking device!" retcon or something, like it did with Uldum.
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