Nov 24th 2008 12:23PM Yes, after you're done with Oracle rep and got all rewards you wanted, you can go back to the same cave and kill the lich again, but this time leave the wolvar alive and kill the gorloc. Wolvar will give your a quest option to change alignment and you become honored with them instantly.
Nov 11th 2008 4:33PM If you can find parrots, you may need to kill all snakes. Both critter types spawn randomly at each spawn point.
Nov 10th 2008 10:50AM comments are delicious
Nov 6th 2008 2:44PM this is da comment
Sep 18th 2008 1:38PM You need to ask UPS why they charge 45$ customs brokerage fees on 5$ items.
Sep 10th 2008 4:53PM As of current beta build.
There are ~6 cooking quests which give 1 or 2 cooking award marks. You can use award marks to buy cooking recipes (about ~16, 3 marks each) or Northern spices (10 for 1 mark). I think all these recipes use Northern Spices. You can do only one cooking quest a day.
Jun 9th 2008 6:14PM Gee.. I wonder, what's the point of stating S4 so late if it will be totally outdated in WotLK? Or they gonna start S5 as soon as WotLK is released?
Apr 10th 2008 5:57PM Before expansion I had 2 lvl 60 characters both with epic land mounts and about 1500-2000g in the bank.
Now I have 3 lvl 70 characters all with epic flyers, one with Cenarion War Hippogryph and about 30000g in the bank and ~5000g+ in mats.
Before TBC a 20g/day repair was an outrageous sum, now its simply peanuts. Blizz had our gold devaluted about 5-10 times. Just take a look at enchant mats prices: A common large brilliant shard pre-tbc (4g) is equal to a common post-TBC large prismatic shard (20-30g). That's 5-8x price increase.
Large prismatic shards on my server went from 22g to 28g+ basically overnight after 2.4 patch despite the availability of the new Void Shatter formula, all due to extra money influx from SSO dailys.
Easy money without huge money sinks = rampart inflation . Enchants are not a money sink because all these money end up in enchanters' pockets and enchanters do not have other ways to spend them except repairs and raiding supplies.
Same thing for gems, for herbs, etc.
I expect WotLK to ruin the economy completely.
Jul 11th 2007 2:52PM With daily quests I can't complain about huge repair bills. The only problem I see is a huge influx of gold into the economy without any means to balance it. The cost of enchanting mats have gone up lately, herbs are more expensive now since people prefer to spend an hour doing daily quests for 120g+ instead of farming stupid herbs or ore for sale.
From other side, not many people bother to farm ore/herbs, so I can find what I need easilly.