Dec 22nd 2009 4:49PM There are a few places in Stormwind I'm quite fond of. There's a big room in the back corner of the Dwarven District that my guild uses as a ball room of sorts, it's great for larger parties. Anywhere in The Park, especially the abandoned bar in the southern part of it, is another great location. There's also a house or a bar (I can't quite remember, it's been ages since I've played the game) around the center or the Dwarven District that you have to take a path from along the canal bordering Cathedral Square to get to. These places all tend to be out of the way and great fun to roleplay in.
Jun 15th 2009 1:03PM If you still get spam, you're doing email wrong.
Jun 14th 2009 3:35PM Windows 7 comes out later this year and is incredibly superior to Vista as of the RC version. Don't buy a new computer until 7 is out, unless you absolutely MUST have one now.
Jun 12th 2009 9:35AM This is one of the most ridiculous things I've heard of, and I love Twitter.
That said, I can't wait to get mine set up!
Jun 9th 2009 9:27AM I prefer a little bit of good content over a lot of bad content. Let Blizzard take their sweet time, it means a better game in the long run.
May 13th 2009 12:50PM The stat I'd like to see is number/percent of characters with at least two or three level 80 epics equipped, to get a feel of what classes are played most at the endgame, both pve and pvp, across the board.
May 10th 2009 9:27PM My point is not any less valid. "Star" sparks the memory.
May 10th 2009 3:12PM I'm severely disappointed that the dwarf in the third "boss" event in Halls of Stone never yelled "It's a trap!"
May 6th 2009 6:17PM Well, Yogg-Saron is the Old God of Death, and since that's more or less what the whole expansion is about (unless you want to argue undeath is the exact opposite), it fits.
At least it's more relevant to the plot or the expansion than, say, Zul'Aman in TBC.