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Is it illegal to sell your WoW (or Battle.net) account?
It's not illegal in the strictest sense -- that is, there's no actual law against it -- but it is against the End-User License Agreement, which Blizzard requires you to legally agree to before you play the game. Some EULAs have been held up in court before as legally binding, but it's not like you'd go to jail if the cops found out you sold your WoW account. Blizzard would have to take action against you.
So i've gotten 4 sigils of power for the legendary from lfr, but i wondered, since its a quest item and not on the loot table can you run lfr more than once to try and get more for the 10 total? or does it lock those out when the loot tables also locked out?
The sigils require that you loot the boss, which you can't do more than once a week.
Can I still get the Netherwing Drake? Is it still the same long grind?
You sure can. It's not so bad now -- the spawn rate of eggs was increased and (obviously) the mobs you fight will be no real challenge at 90.
Is there going to be a Hallow's End Guide for 2012?
There already is!
is it logical to think that the pandarens that chose to join horde or alliance are minority?
i think the pandaren that came from the wandering isle is like less than 10% of the whole pandarens population.
Yeah, that's a safe assumption. Most of the pandaren on Pandaria are more focused on other things, like wanting to protect their homeland, than rushing off to join a foreign faction. That's why the Wandering Isle was a nice out.
whole, 2%, 1%, or skim? Or soy, for that matter
I drink 2% but I've never had a particular reason for it.
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