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Engadget's recession antidote: win a 1.5TB Drobo! {Engadget}

Mar 24th 2009 1:56PM MMMMMMMMMMMSTORAGE............

Engadget's recession antidote: win a Mimo UM710 USB monitor! {Engadget}

Feb 13th 2009 9:10AM In Soviet Russia, Contest wins you

Mage class changes in patch 3.1, so far {WoW}

Feb 6th 2009 10:58AM You could still remove Ice Lance from the global cooldown while keeping its own cooldown. This would allow a faster rotation of spells during boss fights but not become overpowered in PvP

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Feb 6th 2009 10:43AM http://www.wow-heroes.com/ Is my favorite way of tracking player ranks based on gear.

WoW Insider's Loot-idays: Day five {WoW}

Dec 26th 2008 6:35PM /roll

WoW Insider speaks with Nymh, world first level 80 {WoW}

Nov 18th 2008 2:32PM Actually it was not Athene who was powerleveling. Athene basically planned what they were going to do and then helped do it with another guy in his guild. And the "exploitation" of mob tagging has been well known for a while and Athene even contacted blizzard beforehand to see if it was ok and blizzard said it was fine. Blizzard decided later on that they were level too fast and banned them (Temp ban) and reset the guy back to 70. You should watch Athene's whole explanation of what happened, he goes over everything that they did and how they figured it would be the best way to level. Also Nymh used mob tagging to boost himself as well. So if you just want to say that Athene didn't get it because of clever usage of game mechanics then you would have to say the same for this guy.