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Cataclysm races leaked {WoW}

Aug 10th 2009 3:37PM That's what she said!!!!!

World of Warcraft partners with Hungry Man {WoW}

Apr 1st 2009 11:18AM 3 words:

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Make your own Achievement {WoW}

Feb 20th 2009 9:16AM That would leave Hogger as an end-game raid, just as nature intended.

A WoW gift bag for Valentine's Day {WoW}

Feb 17th 2009 11:51AM Just remember that the "Marriage" debuff renders that item unusable.

AQ gates to be open on new realms {WoW}

Feb 12th 2009 9:17AM A simple solution to the "lack of interest" would be to make heroic versions of old-world instances and raids.

But that's crazy talk, I'll shut up now.

The Dos and Don'ts of getting a port {WoW}

Dec 23rd 2008 2:05PM You're a lot nicer than me. If I'd been in your position, I'd have published the jerk's name.

The great thing about common courtesy is that isn't so common.

The Queue: Wrath's current raids and their difficulty {WoW}

Nov 18th 2008 12:03PM "GG bliz on the 10 man raids for everyone, stick with it
25man versions should be harder tho... it didn't even take a full grp of 80s to clear all the 25man content"

This I agree with completely. The 25-mans should pose an appropriate level of challenge, equivalent to prior raiding progressions. If they do not, it's a failure in design that needs to be fixed.

The Queue: Wrath's current raids and their difficulty {WoW}

Nov 18th 2008 11:16AM I thought this was the entire reason for Blizz opting to make all raids either 10-man or 25-man. 10-man raids for the casuals, 25-man for the hardcores.

The 25-man raids will no doubt still pose a serious challenge to the "ZOMG Wrath raids are too easy" crowd.

Tuesday Morning Post: Singing the I'm not level 80 yet blues {WoW}

Nov 18th 2008 10:01AM Not sure why anyone would want to blast their way to 80 in just a few days. It's akin to sitting down to dinner at a fine restaurant for a $50 steak, only to wolf it down in two or three bites so they can hurry up and get to dessert.

To me it's a disservice to all the work Blizzard has obviously put into this expansion. Zone aesthetics and quest design are light years ahead of anything we've seen before. Quest lore has taken a monumental step forward as well. I rarely stopped to read quest text in Outland but now I'm reading every word. It's a fantastic story if you actually take the time to read it.

Ask WoW Insider: Nodes and ninjas {WoW}

Nov 17th 2008 4:40PM It's remarkable how many folks will ignore/decline a group request, even when it makes perfect sense to group (i.e., to kill a named mob). It's like spawn ninja-ing is some kind of competition to them.