Apr 25th 2008 12:36PM I agree, Warriors are the most over-represented class in Arenas. Every Arena team no matter what size usually has a Warrior. Druids are only over-represented in 2v2.
Mar 20th 2008 10:54AM I think this is an excellent solution for multiple problems. This will reduce the number of people who goto gold sellers as well as probably bring down the gold-to-cash exchange rate. This also allows players who may otherwise quit playing a game, to continue by using their in-game money, the MMO company still gets their monthly fee for that person, just now someone else is paying it. I can't honestly think of a valid downside to any MMO doing this.
Mar 11th 2008 4:23PM This could definitely be interesting, send me an invite.
Feb 11th 2008 1:23PM Brian has somewhat of a point, though putting it crudely doesn't really help. Women do have to understand the issues with double standards. Often times males will talk to each other crudely and this is acceptable. Though often times a male will talk to his male friends crudely, he may not speak to someone he knows is female the same way, at which point the female is being treated differently. I think this is a huge issue that both sides need to understand, and females need to stand up for themselves when they thing they are being treated wrongly. This is a lot harder when dealing with random people, but I think a standard can be set in the confines of a guild.
Nov 16th 2007 4:37PM I like 8800s
Nov 13th 2007 2:51PM free game time sounds awesome to me
Oct 10th 2007 11:40AM At this point in WoW's life I don't see a real need for separate realms at all. I've seen some interesting things done in GuildWars and D&D Online with instanced cities, it would take some work on Blizz's side, but I think it would greatly enhance the community to have a single world, so that you can play with ANYONE else who plays WoW. This would be a lot of work for Blizz bit it's not like they don't have the money to do it.