Feb 20th 2009 9:49AM Arcadiaware, you are forgetting one very important fact.....It's agains the TOS. If Blizzard allowed players to bot in game, I would not have a problem with it. But, they don't......Bottom line, it's cheating....you can't justify that..
Feb 19th 2009 3:06PM Either you want to play WOW or you don't. If you want to play, then play the game.....Botting is not playing....If you feel the need to Bot, why play the game in the first place. It's clear that you don't want to play WOW...go play another game.
And, on a personal note, why should I spend hours of my time to develop my character and learn the playstyle of my spec, while a botter can get to 80 w/o any investment in time....really pisses me off.
Dec 29th 2008 10:00AM I created a guild over 2 years ago on the Moon Guard Server, called Shining Vanguard. We have a mix of RL friends and friends that we met playing WOW. Our guild is known for being fair, fun and drama-free, though we don't RP (it's an RP Server), we find lots of ways to give back to the guildies with events like raffles, guild rewards, etc. This is what makes logging on and playing WOW more enjoyable.
Dec 19th 2008 2:43PM Great interview! You, Patrick and Sean have a great chemistry and is was very refreshing. Patrick gets a "star" for pushing the envelope about the WC radio debacle...and you handled it perfectly! And the podcast didn't seem long, but maybe "Monkeys" would have stopped listening long ago....
Nov 10th 2008 11:59AM I love Polar Bears...I want one.
Nov 6th 2008 3:01PM Here's my comment..I like the new site...now can I have a bear please.
Nov 3rd 2008 3:27PM I really was disappointed to hear TB's response to a generic notifcation from Mike S. I was a neutral witness to the events of the transition from the Wow Insider Show to it's new home, but I must say that TB's reaction was exaggerated and full of drama and made-up accusations. All we want to do is listen to a quality podcast and laugh and learn along the way. We are not interested in drama and radio-station politics. Turp and Duncor, we love you and hope to hear you again....Keep Rockin Wow Insider Show!!!
Aug 5th 2008 4:01PM To: Wowinsider...no need to be rude and accusatory to someone who is reporting an update on this issue. We don't want to read your condescending remarks....
Aug 5th 2008 3:51PM I have been listening to this issue for a few weeks now, since it was first discussed on the wowinsider show, and I immediately knew that the fault did not lie in the security of Blizzard. In knowing how these authenticators work (commonly called Secure ID cards in other companies - as many high-tech, and secure conscious company's have been using this technology for years), and the details necessary for a random "keylogger" to get access to a cd key (which was probably hidden in some closet for years) to have the authenticator taken off the account, it was quite clear that this must have been an "inside" job. Any educated person could assume that someone who had access to the "victims" authenticator in their house is probably the culprit, not some "keylogger" or hacker. And way to go Mike Schramm for kindly handling all these people who think you should know everything about everything and grieve you because you don't....
Jul 14th 2008 12:30PM Bottom line is, a recipe was placed in the public area of the guild bank, and this guildie w/d the recipe and used it. There is absolutely nothing wrong with doing this; and I agree with previous posters who stated that they shouldn't have to "check" with an officer if they are legitimally in a tab that is open to them. Whomever "booted" this player does not hold very high standards in my book. That is not someone who is a "leader". There may be other factors here, but based on what the e/mail stated, I wouldn't want to be in a guild that acts like that.
Now, I really disagree with the author's statement that this person's "reputation" on the server is "tarnished" and has to settle with his previous guild to restore his good name. Are you kidding me? No two guilds operate the same way and misunderstandings and personality conflicts are common between ppl and guilds all the time. Just because an officer "booted" this guy because he "legitimately" w/d a recipe does not "tarnish" his reputation. If that were true, then we all would have "tarnished" reputations for any kind of misunderstandings that happen on a daily basis. And he absolutely does not need to "offer" something in return. It was or was not the mistake made by whomever put the recipe in the tab in the first place, whether it was really meant to be deposited there or not, we do not know. Chalk it up to lessons learned and move on....