I wasn't planning on picking up a PlayStation Vita, but then they told me there'd be a full-featured Uncharted game at launch, and welp.
Very happy that they are going to allow achievements account-wide. It will definitely help me towards playing different characters more often.
What achievement are you MOST proud of? Mine is still Loremaster, as it was pre-Cata, and took a very long time to do. Though once I get What a Long, Strange Trip It's Been in May for finishing Children's Week, that will be up there also.
Personally, my favorite achievement is Glory of the Ulduar Raider (10-man). It was the first time I had really been involved with progression raiding when it was relevant; we had a dedicated group, and we all worked hard to clear that place every week until we did it, and we were still up there in terms of timing. It was my first and really only experience raiding at that level. I've raided before, but not really with a purpose. I saw that rusted proto-drake and knew it had to be mine, so I did it.
What's under the lights hope chapel and why couldnt the scourge touch it? Is it all the paladins of some order or something?
The paladins of the Silver Hand who defended Lordaeron are interred under Light's Hope Chapel. It's the holiest of holy ground. Even the Lich King feared it.
Anyone know if the quest for Medallion of Karabor is still around?
It is. You can still complete it post-Cataclysm, but bear in mind that it no longer rewards the Hand of A'dal title, so as long it's just the Medallion you're after, you'll be just fine.
Has anyone on a live realm ever actually got a satchel as a DPS? Ever? Call me a skeptic but you can likely replace "usually" with "exclusively" and no one will argue with you about it.
I think it's pretty safe to say that no one has ever desperately needed a DPSer to finish their queue. Tanks and healers are the only ones who ever get that bonus. The World of Warcraft would have to become a very different place for DPSers ever to be in demand.
The Blizzard forums have MVP posters. Has Wow Insider ever considered a MVP program?
I mean, we already have regular commenters that are respected (or at least prolific), but it's probably the understatement of the year to say that our current comment system doesn't really support, uh, well, anything? We'll see, after we get an upgrade.
Q for the Q: Is there a website where one could find artwork/screen caps/videos of the old, pre-Cata, Azeroth? For nostalgia's sake, I'd love to revisit some areas as they were before.
As a matter of fact, we made just such a website.
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