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Cross-realm Dungeon Finder premium service coming soon {WoW}

May 17th 2011 5:11PM This might have been stated already/TLDR

Why stop with 5 mans? I can see this extending to RAIDs, Rated BG groups, Hell why not Arena teams.

Cross realm best of the best groups/teams

DODOcase for iPad 2 as good as the original {}

Apr 14th 2011 11:04AM I was debating between the DODOcase and the one from Pad & Quill. After seeing them both I went with the Pad & Quill. For the same cost of the DODOcase they include a rear camera hole and a magnet on the cover to turn the iPad on/off like the Apple Smart Cover. I am really impressed with the look and build of the case. It feels more sturdy than the DODOcase. Both are beautiful, but in the end I chose the other.

Breakfast Topic: Will you be buying either of the new vanity pets? {WoW}

Nov 30th 2010 11:12AM Yup, bought Lil' Rag about 10 minutes after this site said it was available.

Win a Lil' K.T. from WoW Insider {WoW}

Nov 23rd 2010 10:46AM YaY Pets!

Breakfast Topic: Do you own any WoW peripherals? {WoW}

Sep 24th 2010 2:03PM @Xayíde

My issues were BEFORE going to the Naga. Before getting the mouse I was doing the same binding I am now but I would have to move my left hand off the WASD keys, hit the binding and then try to get hand back all with out try not to divert my attention away from the screen. As you can imagine in PVP and constantly moving this can cause a challenge.

Introducing the Naga upped my game cause now I could hit the same binding I had setup on the 1 though = keys all with out having to move my hand. It also made using modifier binding that much easier as well.

As far as getting use to it that took a few hours of game play to re-train my brain from wanting to move my hand versus using my thumb to hit the mouse button.

I find it extremely easy to hit all 12 buttons on the mouse. Razor includes these little rubber stickers you can put on the buttons to help you lean the feel for where certain ones are. I've since removed the training aid and now its second nature knowing where the right key is.

Like I said this mouse is great in SC2 as well with having hot keys setup for selecting troops, buildings, etc.

Breakfast Topic: Do you own any WoW peripherals? {WoW}

Sep 24th 2010 11:54AM Razor Naga:
Throw another +1 to the Naga. By far the best purchase ever. The problem I always had with my key bindings was trying not to take my eyes off the screen and the reach of the keys and then trying to get my left hand back to the right location on the keyboard. I admit too I was a bit of a keyboard turner as well. Adding the Naga completely broke me of that habit as well.

PS: The Naga is great for SC2 as well.

Other things:
Other than the Blizzard Authenticator the only thing I have bought was the loot card "Owned" from the Drums of War set. I love planting that thing into a fallen Alliance player that thinks he or she is slick and tries to jump me only to get pwn3d. It was worth every penny.

iPhone 4 Launch Day Brings Lines, Glitches and Disappointed Shoppers {Switched}

Jun 24th 2010 5:07PM "If you weren't smart enough to pre-order your new iPhone"

More like if you were lucky enough to get through the cluster F of a ordering system to actually get one.

Holiday giveaways: Ollie the Twitterrific bird {}

Dec 21st 2009 1:26PM My Knight Rider Big Wheel!