Nov 10th 2008 2:15PM Ooh. Pretty.
Nov 9th 2008 4:00PM I'd like one :)
Nov 9th 2008 3:52PM Never played the card game. It'd be kinda fun to try.
Nov 6th 2008 3:10PM I wanna bear >:D
Oct 24th 2008 2:17PM First of all, I think the event is wicked fun, and one of the most innovative events Blizzard has put forth so far. Blizzard mentioned many months back that they were planning events to get players really riled up against Arthas, and judging by some of the comments here, it seems to be working. If you really don't like it, it's only going to be happening for at most less than a month, so relax.
That being said, getting questgivers and auctioneers, etc. killed can be a royal pain. Blizzard may want to consider having the plague only be spreadable to players and guards.
Aug 7th 2008 1:07PM This is a lot of QQ over nothing: Thori'dal has a ridiculously high droprate for a Legendary item, sort of as Blizzard's way of saying congrats, you beat BC. This guild obviously has or is about to have Kil'jaeden on farm, and the two hunters will get theirs soon enough.
May 12th 2008 5:15PM I beg to differ! I dual-boot both XP SP2 and Ubuntu, and I have WoW installed in both partitions. I actually get higher fps in Ubuntu. The key is to remember to run WoW with the proper tags enabled, in your application launcher or in your WoW config file. The reason WoW has been running faster in Linux for me is because WoW supports both DirectX and OpenGL, and OpenGL is very very well-implemented in Linux. You don't need to get rid of Windows (yet) if you're not comfortable with starting over; you can make a Linux partition out of the remaining space on your hard drive. Anyways, there are oodles of guides out there to help you get WoW running in Linux. Give it a try!
Apr 30th 2008 11:14PM One day at around level 30-40 ish, I was bored and didn't feel like doing more STV Nesingwary omnicide quests, so I went out and got every flightpath in Azeroth. I died a lot in EPL.
Apr 4th 2008 4:42AM As an avid miniature painter (Warhammer 40,000 and the like), I'd be interested in buying these and redoing the crap paint job they have on them - but the fact that they're not metal is a bit of a turn-off, and it's also difficult to tell whether or not they have an acceptable level of physical detail.
Mar 5th 2008 4:08PM In WoW Model Viewer, there are 3 races that you can equip with armor and stuff: Naga, Goblins, and Broken Draenei. Although the legs don't really come out right on Naga... But I have to admit Broken look pretty freaking cool. I'm not sure what faction they'd place them in, or whether it'd even be a separate race from Draenei, but god damn they look great in epic shoulders.