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Arcane Brilliance: Five things every Mage should do before they ding 80 {WoW}

Jul 19th 2009 3:09AM Polymorph : Pig?


If you want to be cool, run Zul'Gurub and get Polymoprh : TURTLE!

Of course it'll be hard, but how sweet is it to be one of the only few mages on a server to actually have it?

Can a LotROCON work? {Massively}

Apr 9th 2009 8:48AM If CCP can have its own convention in Iceland for EvE Online, so can Turbine.

Massively in Moria: Hands on with the Rune-keeper Traits {Massively}

Oct 20th 2008 12:24PM Don't worry, I am in the same situation. That class rocks to much for me to avoid the game. (Especially now that I have Dx10 on my computer! =D )

KOTOR MMO confirmed by Electronic Arts {Massively}

Jul 17th 2008 5:05PM A KotOR MMO!? SERIOUSLY!?



*Freaks out*

And the news comes out right when I finished KotOR II for the second time. =P

If it's a tenth as good as the original, it'll be the greatest MMO ever conceived by human brains.

Saga (MMORTS) Trailer: What WoW should have been {Massively}

Apr 14th 2008 9:09AM Well, I'm on the trial right now, and I like how it plays. However, I'll need to spend some more time playing before deciding myself.

The Daily Grind: What would bring you back to a game? {Massively}

Feb 20th 2008 10:14AM First thing : fresh bottled time.

Second thing : Tabula Rasa is lowering their retail price?! I think it's worth another try. I played the beta, but wasn't too impressed back then. I sure hope it changed.

The Daily Grind: What game pulled you in to MMOs? {Massively}

Feb 17th 2008 11:34AM Although I played UO quite a while ago, the game that really hooked me to the genre was World of Warcraft.

The Daily Grind: Is in-game music necessary? {Massively}

Feb 5th 2008 8:08AM I strongly disagree with you. In-game music is very important for my enjoyment of a game.

I couldn't imagine setting foot in Ironforge or Thunder Bluff without the original music. The same applies for LotRO.

I compare this to a movie : would you watch one without music at all? Or watch the LotR (Or any other, this is just an example) on The Beatles?

The Daily Grind: Your best wipe? {Massively}

Jan 26th 2008 1:24PM It was about two year and a half ago, on World of Warcraft.

My guild back then had started our first Molten Raid, and we were all very excited to finally try our first high end instance.

After half an hour of preparation, we were all set for our first try. Remember the first pull of Molten Core? There was two fire giants.

Well, everything started well. The tank tanked, the healers healed and the rest of the raid tried to be gentle (at first) on DPS.

Back in the days, only the most hardcore raiders would use a mod to watch aggro. And, of course, that meant our doom.

See, at least back then, marksman hunters were killing machines. And with high dps comes great aggro. In no time, the giants were rampaging the rest of the raid. And we all wipe.

Of course, when you died, your ghost would appear at the other end of the map and you needed to cross it to get back to the instance. Not only was it impressive to look at the map and see 40 dots moving down, but, strangely, it had the form of a hand that extended to reach the mountain.

I'm not religious, far from it, but we called our first wipe ever the hand of god.