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Now that level 90 is available on the beta are pet battles trainable? I understand that they are supposed to be trainable in the early levels on the final product. But, in the beta they training level states that is available at level 90.
Pet Battles aren't available quite yet. Neither are raids, for that matter, if it makes you feel any better. Both are features that need heavy testing, though, so expect them to open up soon.
Hello...On the mobile site (iOS in my case), if you accidentally select the Full Version, how do you switch back? Thanks!
Clear your mobile browser's cache and cookies. Voilà!
How have system requirements for WoW changed over time? I hear about how vanilla had 40 man raids, and I can't fathom how computers from nearly a decade ago could handle that sort of thing when mine gets 2-3 second lag on any LFR 25. Then again, 25 mans in Wrath didn't seem nearly as chuggy as 25 mans in DS. Have raids become more demanding, on the processing level?
Definitely. Blizzard has not only improved the quality of spell effects in every expansion, but the sheer number of polygons onscreen at any given time has also increased dramatically. Expect it to happen again when you hit that first tier of raiding in MoP.
Do you need a Active membership to play the MoP BETA??
Technically, you need an active subscription to any Blizzard game. You can opt in to the beta with a Battle.net profile with active access to StarCraft II or Diablo III, not just WoW.
Has there been any sign of new darkmoon faire rewards when Mist comes out? I have everything I want now, can I stop doing the dailies and buying all the stupid turn in items?
There's no confirmation from Blizzard, but it did say the DMF is meant to be modular, so I would be incredibly surprised if it didn't get any new content or rewards post-MoP launch.
Question: I enjoy using addons, and might use too many of them. I have a pretty fast machine with an SSD, yet I'm often suck at loading screens initially logging in a character for 2-4 minutes at a time. I really don't want to lose my addon settings, but short of the blizzard-recommended removing of interface and WTF folders is there any way to speed my login times up?
Dude, two to four minutes? On an SSD? Move all of your interface folders to a different spot on your computer and see if the client loads any faster without addons. If it doesn't, it's a problem with your drive. If it does, then you need to do some addon pruning. Seriously.
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