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Win a 10-Man Raid eyeshadow set from Geek Chic Cosmetics! {WoW}

Aug 17th 2010 3:25PM Make me pretty! >:O

Win one of three free FigurePrints Busts {WoW}

Jun 8th 2010 3:09PM Mine would say, "Atanea: Consumer of Alcohol, Basher of Faces"

Ready Check: You're fired, redux {WoW}

May 14th 2010 5:20PM I'm part of a guild that regularly has to bring in PUGs to fill out our 25s. We run Suicide Kings, and the reason for this is that it's a real incentive to the good PUGs to join us again. It's a good balance between impartiality, rewarding regular attendees, and fairness. SK has worked really well for us thus far.

Officers' Quarters: Multiple personalities {WoW}

Feb 8th 2010 3:47PM Here are my two cents as a Guild leader.

If I found out one of my players was sharing account info, I would take them aside and remind them that account sharing is against the TOS, and that puts their account in a perilous position. I'm not going to report them or anything, but I'd advise that they be very careful about their situation. I would hate to be depending on them for a raid only to find out they got banned, it puts me in an awkward spot.

I would also warn them that I will hold them accountable for anything done on that character, no matter who's behind the computer at the time it happens. In my opinion, by giving your account information to someone else, you're saying that they have your OK to do whatever they're doing on your character. Don't want to be held accountable for someone else's actions? Don't share your account info with them.

WoW.com giveaway: Get Lich or Die Tryin' T-shirts {WoW}

Feb 1st 2010 5:55PM Makin' gold. Killin' liches, Hell yeah.

In defense of care packages and mandatory authenticators {WoW}

Jan 11th 2010 1:46PM From what I understand the issue with shipping Authenticators is this:

Since it is technically a computer security device, customs on such an object can be incredibly high, and in some nations the import/export of such objects is restricted or even forbidden. In order to get the device into some countries, Blizzard would have to lie about what's in the package, or ship it with another item which falls under another category that they could then call the main contents of the package (ie, shipping it with a T-shirt, the majority of the package would then contain "apparel").

If Blizzard were to lie on the contents of the package, they could potentially get into a heap of legal trouble.

I'm not on Blizzard's Sales or Legal team, of course, so I can't confirm this is the case for them, but a friend who does eBay sales of computer hardware explained to me how this could be an issue.

In defense of care packages and mandatory authenticators {WoW}

Jan 11th 2010 11:12AM Thank you for being the voice of reason! The sheer amount of paranoia and Blizz-hating from those two posts last week was sickening. I use and love my Authenticator, and I think the Care Package is a perfectly reasonable offer to make. They were never taking away the option for a restore, so I never saw what all the fuss was about.

WoW Magazine now shipping {WoW}

Jan 7th 2010 7:25PM IIRC, we were charged at the time we subscribed.

WoW Magazine now shipping {WoW}

Jan 7th 2010 7:25PM Got my magazine today! Beautiful color, very high quality, and as promised there's absolutely no ads, just 100% pure WoW content.

A++, would recommend you subscribe.

You wouldn't like me when I'm hungry {WoW}

Jan 3rd 2010 6:25PM A-friggin-men. I seriously don't get the AOE dropped as the tank is pulling. WTH guys? Let the tank touch the mobs first!