Dec 5th 2007 11:54PM @4
Tichondrius is the #1 server for high level pvp and arena, anyone who wants to be taken seriously in Arena pvp goes there, thats why its population is so high.
Nov 29th 2007 4:30AM with the new personal ratings in place, these "welfare" epics are gonna be a bit harder to farm, since u have to play all 10 of ur games and can't just play 3 games and switch in a geared friend or whatever. should be alot more interesting, on mal'ganis everyone and their grandma has gladiator gear now, so either its more healthy competition or just annoyingly long queue times.
and i respec once a week, 100g a week. it seems like a huge blow but a pvp spec and a pve spec are totally different and will increase ur performance many times over. however...skill > everything.
Oct 15th 2007 2:15PM @9
Actually the single worst race for the environment is the human race.
Oct 1st 2007 5:26PM I'm on Mal'ganis so voice chat was enabled on the weekend. It works alright, but for some the sound might be extremely low regardless of how ur settings are. My mic settings are at max and myfriends can't hear me, maybe it has something to do with my Creative soundcard. I'll be sticking to Vent.
Aug 27th 2007 12:37PM @2
I don't know if you're joking or not but if not you're one of the most ignorant people I've ever seen. 10 cents is not good money in China, sure there's human rights violations but they exist in the USA as well, remember when you were a developing country and oh...I dunno, enslaved an entire race to farm your cotton for you? What about when you forced the Japanese/Chinese by military force to open trade, then proceeded to extract unequal trade and territorial rights from the Chinese and exploiting them because they were militarily inferior?
As for a sorry excuse for a country, I don't know what your definition of a "country" is, but to me a country that tries to govern the world, is constantly embroiled in wars, sells weapons covertly and openly to all countries of the world, is insensitive to cultures other than its own, has a president who has teh intellect of a 10 year old, and has a population where the majority of people don't know what exists outside of their own state, is not an example of a "good" country.
China has the largest population of any country in the world, is fast becoming the 2nd largest economy in the world, produces and manufactures 50% or more of the world's clothing, toys, has $1 trillion USD in foreign reserves, has a substantial holding in US treasury bonds, has the largest military force in Asia, holds a spot on the UN security council and is a major player on the world stage with regards to trade and security, if thats a "sorry excuse for a country", then by your definition over half the world is not a country.
Get your head out of your butt and go read the news please because your ignorance is an embarassment to the human race.
Jul 26th 2007 12:51AM must win this mount!
Jun 15th 2007 4:57PM Oh and his guide takes you through Hillsbrad and STV anyway (for the horde and alliance alike), and doesn't really take into account the gankfest that these two areas are. So in the end there's not really that big a difference.
Jun 15th 2007 4:54PM I actually think it's exactly the opposite. I've been using Jame's guide to level ever since I started WoW and I find it horribly rigid. Using a guide and having someone tell you what to do lacks freedom IMO, you feel like you're trapped in his instructions.
I actually enjoy being able to go to different areas and pick up there the quests there, it has alot more freedom, and if I'm leveling too slow just do some instances.