Welcome back to The Queue, the daily Q&A column in which the WoW Insider team answers your questions about the World of Warcraft. Mike Sacco will be your host today.
Baby sloths are ridiculous and need to be swaddled in special outfits.
So when Silvanas died in Icecrwon, she went to some kind of hell, all undead go to that place when they die??
It's hard to say. We know that when Arthas died, he "saw only darkness," but as near as we can tell there isn't a belief system on Azeroth that believes in "hell", or deities that would curate a place like that. It could also be that the val'kyr had a close eye on Sylvanas' soul and yanked it into their own little pocket afterlife to scare the crap out of her, given that we still don't really know the val'kyr's motivations for helping her.
in the quest to open the gates of the VoEB, who is the sunwalker paladin ( lore wise)?
That would be Sunwalker Dezco, who actually has a really neat story for you to follow if you do Krasarang Wilds on Horde side.
What is with the increasing number of tanks in LFD that apparently do not speak english? They chain pull so you can't kick them, don't understand mechanics like "Pull the dragon out of the healing well or we can't kill it", and never respond to anything. Its gotten to the point where now the first question I ask when zoning in is if the tank can understand me or not (and I drop group if they don't answer). Did I suddenly get a foreign country added to my CRZ list when I wasn't looking, or has someone invented tanking bots?
Latin American servers are matched with US servers in the LFD queue, so it's possible you're running into tanks that legitimately don't speak English. It's safe to assume they're not bots, though -- a tank bot sounds like the least efficient thing I've ever heard.
Zachary Hostetler asked:
Any clues if and when we will see more Worgen story? I mean, they kind of just dropped it for Worgen players, and dropped it even more so for Forsaken players.
Honestly? Never. I'd be happy to find out otherwise but worgen were low priority in their own expansion. I don't hold out much hope for them being relevant in one that has nothing to do with them.
I mentioned this in yesterday's Queue, but comments are getting randomly deleted. Comments which are appropriate, and have absolutely nothing wrong with them. Other people spoke up, and said they had comments of their's deleted, too. I am also having comments from Joystiq and Massively get deleted.
I have a feeling it's an overzealous spam filter. This happened once before. I realize this is not a WoW Insider-specific problem, as the commenting system is across all the Joystiq network sites, but could someone slap the Livefyre guys, and ask them to check into this if they aren't already?
It's annoying making a comment on something, then coming back later and seeing your comment gone.
We're aware of the issue, which appears to be on the Livefyre end.
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