Jun 19th 2007 1:24PM It's good to see that the big guilds suffer the same problems that the "lesser" guilds do. Namely people turning up and getting burnt out from raids.
Good read, and is very interesting to see the mindset of Nihilium members.
Keep up the interviews, they're a welcome addition to the site :)
Jun 19th 2007 10:45AM Regardless of Disclaimers it is a breach of the TOS for anyone other than the owner (re. name on account) of the account to play on the account. With the exception of Parent/Child of course.
And there is no fancy wording that can get around this. The minute the new "owner" logs on he has breached the TOS and as such can get his account closed.
Personally, while I have never used the service, I can understand why people would want to make money this way. There are numerous guides out there that show you how to lvl a character to 70 in a short amount of time. And I'm sure it's more profitable/enjoyable than a paper route...
Jun 11th 2007 5:02AM It's a shame stories like this and the "Make A Wish" article never make it to more mainstream publications.
Stories like this do make you smile, and they would go along way towards helping to dispell the negative image that online games tend to gather.
I've been trying to locate my half sister for years now myself, if only she played WoW...
May 30th 2007 8:13AM For me it is a mix of the 2 that keeps me going.
I love the thrill of getting server/faction firsts. But at the same time I thrive on the team spirit and bonds that are formed when trying to achieve this.
If I really had to choose though, I would say co-operation. Getting the occassional "/tell GJ on Mag" just doesn't compare to being part of a team that works together for hours to get a job done.