Oct 6th 2010 9:18PM Honestly, the layout for the guild structure that is stated in this article might work for a guild that does not fluctuate greatly, but for one like the ICFTB, it's too complicated. For the one day I may play when the servers are down or for special occasions...no thanks. Sad to say, I think this will hurt the attendance at your events in the future. I hope Blizzard sees the problem that they have chose to neglected to fix for years and can come up with a better solution than the guild cap. Guild size is not a new issue for Blizzard, they have just become complacent and decided to not move forward with the design for guilds.
Jul 9th 2010 6:12PM I bet all the forum trolls are happy. I don't see a change either way. If real names are used, nobody will use the forums for fear of safety. If everyone stays anonomious, nobody will use the forums because of the trolls. The trolls won. Grats!!
Jun 29th 2010 10:08AM I'm a Detroit Lions fan and I find that comment...well...accurate.
Mar 30th 2010 2:47PM This could be the winning comment...or not.
Jan 22nd 2010 8:57AM Davidson and Associates obviously did not agree with your way of thinking. I'd say they made a pretty sound investment. Slightly better than the APR on a typical savings account, anyway. (Yes, I'm being sarcastic. :P)
Nov 23rd 2009 8:34AM no comment
Nov 12th 2009 7:13PM Those of you who keep saying the timing based on Comic-Con is poor seem to forget that all the tickets for Blizzcon sold out faster than a fart in a whirlwind. Oh, I get it. Because it is bad timing for YOU, Blizzard is supposed choose a different time. How silly of them not to check with you first. I personally think it's a great idea. They will still sell out their tickets, but it might take a whole 60 seconds now. More chance for the ones who missed out last year.