Jan 15th 2009 8:35AM My first thought was "same-faction PvP" when I read "Anything Goes." Now that would be fun, and oh so scrumptious.
Jan 12th 2009 3:27PM The "narrow' view would be the one shared by an insignificant number of people who want to needlessly articulate a sub-culture of a sub-culture -- just to deflect criticism. But whether or not we can agree on what to call it, we don't like it.
Jan 6th 2009 7:40PM http://www.wowinsider.com/category/the-light-and-how-to-swing-it/
Jan 6th 2009 3:30PM I'm a well-behaved commenter driven over the edge by all this panda talk. I am just one of many. Do you even know who you're hurting?
Jan 5th 2009 5:58PM Wowwiki has a list of all the books, and their contents.
A few relevant matches:
And the list of all books:
Jan 1st 2009 5:55PM This is all just posturing of late, on both sides. Video game social commentary is the new celebrity-on-politics.
Jan 1st 2009 5:50PM Zwoosh! The gag is that unlikely things happen in the year 2000.
Jan 1st 2009 2:37PM @tankadin: "they've said they don't want one tank being better then the rest over and over again."
What Blizzard wants is very different from what Blizzard unwittingly coded into the game. There was not enough playtesting at level 80 for every tank class to fall hunky-dory in line with the others. Most likely one will emerge better than the others, and it will take Blizzard two or three content patches to find a "solution."
Dec 31st 2008 6:07PM If there was one thing turning me off of Warcraft, it was Blizzard slowly legitimizing a Panda-people joke race. Very glad they finally backed off, but the future is uncertain...