Mar 24th 2012 1:26PM Has any infomration been shared with regards to MoP crafting and their assoicated mats?
Dec 6th 2011 7:13PM My noob question. How is it that he can obtain such a broad view of the encounter (players look miniature). It is due to screen size? UI setting? In my current setup it would be impossible for me to gain such a view. Thanks in advance.
Apr 27th 2010 9:34AM As a casual player, one of the aspects of the game that I felt needed some attention was access to better weapons along with the better gear that can be obtained via badges and BG Honor. The grind for Triumph and Frost badges has added a whole new dimension for players like myself...but better weaponry is still next to impossible without an arena team. So there I am running through battlegrounds with ilvl 232+ gear and a Titansteel Destroyer...ha These changes will mean a lot for the mass of players (silent majority if you will) that do not visit 10/25 man on a regular basis.
Feb 6th 2010 10:09AM As a middle aged player I enjoy wow with my teenage son. However, because of my time commitments, I just don't have a dependable chunk of time each week to raid though I would dearly love to face down Arthas in time. As a result, I find other ways to enjoy the game. One of those ways is through professions. I end up being more focused on making some coin and the occasional 10 man with my friends when they are short a person. With that in mind I have 5 80's (1 main - pally tank) and two more on the way. My miner supplies the materials, my two alchemists (master transmuters) create the gems, and my main cuts them. The benefit has been that 3k-4k of gold per week is relatively easy to obtain with only 20 min per day. For the hardcore raiders this is probably a boring approach but you have to admit WoW is as much a social experience as it is a gaming experience. Its a great way to hang out with online friends I have met over the past 3+ years which was highlighted with a trip to Blizzcon this past year with my son. Good times had by all.
lvl 80 - Druid, Pally, Warrior, Hunter, DK
Dec 18th 2009 7:46PM As is often the case when people experience something new, they need a mentor. It just makes things easier. For me, that mentor for WoW was Wowinsider. The abundance of information in bite size nuggets has always suited my style of learning. However, somewhere along the line I realized the in many ways you and Wow.com became synonymous. While other writers provided the insane detail, class by class, you always provided the glue to bring it all together.
But alas here we are. Along with the mentors we find throughout our lives we always kind of assume they will always be there, until they are no more. With your departure, a small piece of me left Wow as well. Good luck to you...your voice and energy will be missed.
Dec 8th 2009 11:54AM If you have the leave the dungeon momentarily to repair, how might that work?
Jun 10th 2009 4:29PM I have multiple accounts and at this time have only merged one. At times, I allow my son to jump on one of my accounts and play along. If I merge all accounts under "one" battle.net account, will I prevent him from playing along with me?
Apr 25th 2009 8:20AM one on one (player vs. npc) events that would reward some arena points to obtain the tier 2 gladiator gear
Apr 10th 2009 2:22PM Regarding the new hero class:
While everyone continually talks about a new healer class, I believe Blizzard is going to use the data that will be accumulated during the dailies in the Argent Tournament to launch a Knight Class that will be able to fight while mounted.
Apr 9th 2009 8:49PM Dear Queue,
RE: Item level
I have always assumed that level of an item (i.e. 226 dagger or something) was simply a method for roughly categorizing the "epicness" of said item. When I read the latest Rogue column, I started to wondering if an item's level, in and of itself, contributed in anyway to its effectiveness of the item. If stats were equal would a 225 sword be better than a 195 sword?