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BlizzPlanet reviews upcoming Arthas novel {WoW}

Feb 23rd 2009 10:32AM I don't know if Neilson has plans for a book, but I do know Chris Metzen wrote a story for Warcraft Legends Vol. 4 (I think that's the volume) about Jim Raynor.

BlizzPlanet reviews upcoming Arthas novel {WoW}

Feb 22nd 2009 5:33PM I am the reviewer. You don't really want me spoiling the whole thing do you? lol

I am already around page 210/3308.

Arthas killed Terenas, and now is doing one of his first missions in the Undead Campaign -- to gather Kel'Thuzad's corpse and to retrieve the Urn from Uther.

World of Warcraft #12 and Ashbringer #2 comic previews available {WoW}

Oct 29th 2008 7:15AM Hi there Alex. DC Comics told me about a month ago, the comic book will remain an ongoing series. It may look like it is wrapping up, but that's just the end of the second story arc. King Varian will continue its adventures past issue# 15 without a foreseeable finale.

Mark Jacobs of WAR: "I'm flattered" by Wrath's PvP {WoW}

Oct 21st 2008 5:34PM Medievaldragon from Blizzplanet -- and no offense to Mythic CEO but ... I still remember back in day when Blizzard was talking about Siege Weapons before WoW went retail on 2004. I was a 2004 beta tester. And open pvp has happened since beta in the old glorious Southshore vs. Tarren Mill nightly pvp carnage fests.

Due to that they created Alterac Valley and Arathi Basin. The server instability was the reason those were instanced. However, as they purchased new hardware and enhanced the cluster configurations they were able to create open pvp in Burning Crusade (2006), and have continued working on siege weapons for years. What was Mythic CEO smoking?

Yea, we are flattered he is using the WoW excuse to get press spotlight to advertise WAR.

New DC Comic series to reveal Ashbringer's backstory {WoW}

Jun 16th 2008 9:24PM The miniseries starts on September 10. That means it ends on December 10. Wrath of the Lich King could be out either by the end of December or around January 2009.

Breakfast Topic: How does a raiding guild avoid the fate of Death and Taxes? {WoW}

May 17th 2008 8:47AM I agree with what got stated in this article. I am in a guild that was usually casual. I still remember the days we were stuck in Karazhan. Everyone was dedicated and we even got /gquits. But we kept being dedicated and commited to working as a team.

Nowadays I look back seeing all our achievements. We conquered Gruul and Magtheridon. Then Kael and Vashj. Now we have killed Archimonde around 4 times, and finally faced Illidan for first time two weeks ago. Got him to 55% on the first try.

Suddenly, Blizzard hotfixes Archimonde and he is still buggy with some nasty doomfires crossing paths and going out kinda more often than before. We wiped like 6 times. The raid was called after two people started unleashing their anger on ventrilo with yelling. I think we need to focus more and let the frustration aside. Even if we don't kill a boss within the first three attempts, what matters is to push the players that lack to get better. In fact there were some factors that made us wipe:

Archimonde getting changed in patch 2.4.2, then a hotfix that didn't really help much, not all the 5-groups had a shaman to void fear, and the fact we had just invited new people to the guild.

Blizzard acquires Diablo3.com, nothing to see (yet) {Joystiq}

May 1st 2008 12:50PM True. Half the web will link to Diablo3.com -- but Umaro didn't just mean the fansite. From now on forward, everyone will be visiting Blizzard's Diablo3.com domain name awaiting to see any activity in their website after a game announcement is made.

Remember how many times Starcraft2.com was reloaded everyday, every month, every year just to see if anything changed?

People are sore for the two weeks countdown. Now they have to wait not only 13 days ... they have to wait 58 days until the Blizzard Worldwide Invitationals just to find out if a diablo game will be announced.

I remind the event ends on June 29 -- which is the magic date when Diablo II shipped on USA back on 2000, and the same date Lord of Destruction expansion shipped on "Europe" on 2001. Can't wait!

Diablo3.com acquired by Blizzard {WoW}

May 1st 2008 12:25PM Hi, guys. Medievaldragon from Diablo3.com and Blizzplanet.

Mockery did not sell the domain name. Mockery donated it to Blizzard at no cost. All Gaming sites are posting incorrect info. I posted the second post below Mockery's saying it was a free transfer. Another tidbit of info, the domain name will point to Diablofans until June. After June 1, Blizzard takes control of the domain name. This extra month was a flexible concession by Blizzard to allow a smooth transition for fans to catch up with the new domain name: Diablofans, before the domain name points to Blizzard.com

Apologies to anyone who feels sore for the two weeks countdown. However, the true countdown begins ... toward Blizzard Worldwide Invitationals (June 28-29). If you waited two weeks, you can wait the 58 days countdown.

"Patch 2.4 = soon," says Eyonix {WoW}

Mar 17th 2008 1:56PM On March 3rd, Julian Morris said Patch 2.4 would be out in a couple of months. That means ... month of May.
http://www.news.com.au/technology/story/0,25642,23312569-5014239,00.html

Of course, the part that says "a couple of months" is not quoted as being said by him. But unless the article writer made it up, it may have been said to him off-panel by Morris.

"Sunwell Isle will be available for players in the next couple of months, and brings with it a slew of new content, including Magister’s Terrace, a five person dungeon where players will face Prince Kael’thas, and Sunwell Plateau, a 25-player dungeon, which will serve as the final chapter of the Burning Crusade storyline."

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Does Kil'jaedan's defeat animation hint at further lore? {WoW}

Mar 11th 2008 1:16PM This amulet could be the clue we have gotten all along since Burning Crusade launched. Lord Razzak stole an item from Mount Hyjal -- according to the World of Warcraft RPG Book that allowed him to open the Dark Portal to escape back to Outland.

Maybe this amulet is that artifact used by Razzak, and ultimately given to his master, Kil'jaeden. Another possibility could be the never explained quote by Razzak. He babbles something about the Dragon shards. As if they were attempting to recreate a new demon soul. If so, this medallion that drops from Kil'jaeden could be made of such dragon shards.