Oct 23rd 2008 11:07AM The first day was pretty good except the one hour outage and the sound had like a reverb. The host was alright but not the greatest. Jessica was wearing a nice top to which most men answered her looking at her chest and not face. The first night a open mic from the camera man or someone close by made a comment about everyone at the convention. Calling everyone F'n freaks & to bite him with some other words sprinkled in.
The second day was ok except they missed the actual panel for the WoW game play and came in at the begining of the Q&A part of it. Then they cut away from the PvP panel right in the middle to show you behind the scenes stuff you saw from day one.
We also were not shown "The Guild" so I have no idea what they did on stage or what.
Over all, it was nice to feel like part of the event but looking back now. I will not pay another $40.00 for this event if it is carried by the same people. What I mean is Direct TV didn't "actually" do the filming, they just carryed the feed.
Mar 18th 2008 11:06AM After playing this game for 13 months (two level 70s) my wife started watching me raid for a month. Sitting next to me and learning allot of information. Finally after 14 months she now has her own account and we are leveling together. She (druid) and I (warlock) are having a blast.
I run around and dot things up as she keeps my health up. Were able to clear mass areas in one or two fel swoops.
The large screen TV pretty much sits as we find it much more interactive playing WoW together then sitting on the couch and vegetating.
Mar 14th 2008 4:24PM After one year my wife finally made the plunge. Bought her a new desk, chair, gaming rig with a 20" wide screen. I find it much more enjoyable questing together then watching a television show. The interaction is much more then vegging on the couch. My daughter also plays from time to time. I am looking forward to questing with the wife and daughter.
A family that plays together stays together :P
Jan 11th 2008 2:25PM "(you'll be capping defense at 490 first, since it's vitally important to prevent crits, and then working on your other stats)"
There is NO cap to defense. For those who haven't read "life after 490" please google it.