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Shifting Perspectives: Having fun with all Druid runs! {WoW}

Sep 3rd 2008 3:42AM We're a group of four people who regularly run heroics for fun - without a proper tank. We have an MS warrior in dps gear, me, a UA/Shadowburn warlock (we're both in pvp gear), a holy priest and a resto shaman. Gives those boring heroics a little something when we have to kite with Curse of Exhaustion, hamstring and spam fear :)

WoW Insider and WoW TCG Loot give away a Tabard of Flame {WoW}

Aug 29th 2008 2:45AM I'm a regular reader of this fantastic blogsite. Keep up the good work for us WoW enthusiasts! :D

Know Your Lore: High Overlord Saurfang {WoW}

Aug 29th 2008 2:41AM Wow.... That is pure awesomeness. I've waited years to see Saurfang in action.

/hug Blizzard

Breakfast Topic: What if WoW were more interactively social and lifelike? {WoW}

Jul 23rd 2007 9:31PM This is where the two sides of WoW clash: Those who RP and those who don't. For roleplayers, all improvements to social animations and actions would be welcome. But imagine a fulltime raider/pvp'er : "Hold on 2 sec, my toon has too pee!" During their Gruul fight.

More animated emotes would be fun, but anything that limits gameplay efficiency in raid/pvp will not help the game in any way.

Breakfast Topic: Famous Last Words {WoW}

May 31st 2007 8:39AM Being a shaman can really be hard at times. Especially if you put your Resurrection and Astral Recall Hotkeys next to each other.... Needless to say, the group had a good laugh when I reincarnated and astral recalled after a wipe.

Why other MMOs remain the underdogs {WoW}

May 30th 2007 7:16AM Make an MMO where players can actually interract with and control the world they play in - say altering the landscape by building houses, farming etc. Making political systems and a more player-run realm to play in.
Currently WoW offers rewards in terms of phat lewt; the classic "carrot on a stick" as someone reffered to earlier. By rewarding players with actual "power" in-game would be a huge step, and would require even more customer support, but would sure be a huge addition to the MMO world.

Giving players a responsibility to their realm/server would be interesting. If players had the ability to chop down trees to produce lumber for houses etc, they would also have the eventual power of turning lush forests into barren plains.
Oooh the ideas keep coming. I wanna make my own MMO xD