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The next Heroic instance should be... {WoW}

Mar 16th 2007 12:57PM there is no *old* 25 man content. Between this and the "know your lore" person saying that Alleria was a Night Elf I am starting to wonder if you people even play this game.

Blizzard just says no to consoles (or do they?) {WoW}

Feb 6th 2007 4:49PM There's not really any mixed signals here, he's just keeping his options open. From what he said here I would wager that you will never see World of Warcraft on current gen consoles. But we have no way of knowing where console will be going in 5 years. They *are* basically becoming PCs, and for him to state that World of Warcraft will never be on any console would be silly.

Breakfast Topic: Gender in WoW {WoW}

Jan 2nd 2007 9:54AM guys who always play female toons have strong latent homosexual tendincies. They won't admit it, but they do.

Around Azeroth: The Blood Furnace {WoW}

Dec 4th 2006 12:27PM The real cool part about the Furnace is if you look beneath the grate on the floor you can see Magtheridon. The Pit Lord from Warcraft 3 and "short" raid boss in the Burning Crusade.

Felguard in action {WoW}

Oct 19th 2006 12:06PM I am in the beta and I have played around with the felguard a bit (gonna do more tongiht) and I have to say he is pretty cool. But, like alot of other people, I'm not sure if he is 41 points of good. With the new pet scaling (which is HOT btw) my felguard had about 4400hp. But he was having trouble keeping aggro off me. I was using curse of agony and corruption, and if even wanding I would pull aggro, no shadow bolts for me. Granted, I am sitting at around 560 spell damage, so my dots hit pretty hard. I will have to see if he can hold aggro against a shadow bolt barrage with no dots, but I'm pretty doubtful he can.

Breakfast Topic: Best and Worst Looking Race {WoW}

Oct 12th 2006 10:33AM it's not a goddamned dress

Playing healers (or not) {WoW}

Sep 20th 2006 2:28PM Very nice piece on healing, the only problem I have is the part about the healer's goals not being important to the group. As the healer it is your job to make your goals important to the group, especially in a pick up situation. You are the healer, *you* hold the keys to the kingdom of phat loot in your hand. Somebody doesn't want to kill a boss you need to get something, well ok, they can start looking for a new healer. I used to pull this trick in UBRS when people would try to skip the rookery on me. "No rook? Ok, see you guys later =)".

Breakfast Topic: Class Reviews {WoW}

Jul 24th 2006 12:31PM Warlocks never had a talent review, all this "over powered" crap stems from a single ability that we would all give up for some real survavibility.

Poll: What's the New Alliance Race? {WoW}

Mar 15th 2006 10:01AM where's the Panderan option? I still think that is the right choice. Or somet type of trolls, like the guy said above.

More WoW Domesticity {WoW}

Mar 10th 2006 3:35PM If a piece of armor or a weapon can get that far between a couple, I would think there would have to be some more deep seated realtionship problems. A fair amount of immaturity too.

I hear alot about couples who both play WoW, but play on seperate servers becaue they wouldn't be able to handle playing together. I, on the other hand, don't know if I could play without my wife on my team. Sure there are some gear concerns (staff of dominace or some of the uber caster gear from BWL), but it's not that big of a deal for us. We both want these items, and I know she fully plans to outbid me if she can, and I will do the same. Of course we are both starting out at the same place, in this example, we both have blue weapons, probably the best ones in the game for our classes outside of epics. If I had an epic weapon and she did not, I would not dream of outbidding her nor would she, were the situation reversed.

A small amount of respect and maturity goes a long way.