Jan 15th 2010 11:26AM What!? The girl dies in the end!? Ah man, where was the spoiler alert!!
Jan 12th 2010 3:52AM And I really don't think that enchants are necessary for dungeons. They're not even needed for Heroics. If some (say, for example, me) is in a small family and friends guild without and enchanter then it's going to cost a fair amoutn to enchant gear that you're hoping to replace really quickly. I've hardly enchanted a single piece of gear yet have had no problems in any heroics short of the new ones.
Dec 23rd 2009 10:05AM I believe they balance out groups so if you have someone who is massively over-geared then it's likely to throw in someone with a relatively low gear score. This helps the other players gear up and on average increases the gear-level of the player base, thus helping you out.
Most importantly, if you're not wiping, and hence you're getting the Emblems that you're after, does it matter if someone else is not doing that well?
Dec 17th 2009 8:19AM I think this is part of the key. If you're going to make emblems BoA then make the old ones transferrable, not the new ones. If you want to turn Frost into conquest to help alts then so be it, but for my money anything that can still be earnt in dungeons should remain BoP.
Nov 10th 2009 3:58PM The first rule of Alpha is you don't talk about Alpha.
Oct 23rd 2009 2:34PM Bit patronising to non-raiders isn't it? "haven't started raiding" implies that there is some desire amongst those players to do so or that it's something they should be doing. In fact a lot of casual guilds exist outside of this structure because they have no interest what it represents. Though those in the Gentry will often aspire to be Aristocracy, and Aristocracy to be Royalty, Casual players often have no interest whatsoever in any of the other strata. Instead of being at the bottom of the class ladder they've buggered off down the pub for a few pints and a bit of a laugh.
Sep 14th 2009 8:56AM I love taking candle.
(and no, that's not a euphemism...)
Sep 10th 2009 4:31PM The first time they missed a patch date you'd not be able to move for people posting "ZOMG THIS IS ALL ACTIVISIONS FAULT IT NEVER HAPPENED UNDER BLIZZARD IM GONNA CANCEL MY SUBSCRIPTION" and such like.
Aug 31st 2009 6:42PM I base my game-buying choices on how good the game is. Each to their own I guess...
Aug 31st 2009 6:31PM I just don't understand this. Surely you buy/play a game based on whether it's any good or not, not on what the publisher's name on the box is? If you stop enjoying WoW, stop playing it. If you keep enjoying it, keep playing it. Surely it's as simple as that?