Oct 21st 2011 2:32PM Was about to say "Time for a WoW vacation until next expansion"
Then i read about D3 free for me.
Thats the kind of custumer they wanted to keep.
Oct 13th 2011 10:43AM He is looking at himself, wondering what he has become after numerous years killing dragons.
Aug 25th 2011 2:09PM blessthemartyr represents the type of player/guild that will choose a ilvl340, blue geared, fully gemmed and enchanted over a ilvl370 slacker ungemmed/unenchanted because he knows the ilvl340 player will do more than the slacker.
The gems/enchants dont just represent stats, but it shows that the player is worried about building his character properly, therefore hes prolly much more knowledgeable about rotation, boss fights, his race and class.
We could even call this a "meta skill"
Aug 25th 2011 9:58AM In a PUG? Definetly, mainly because they are fewers ways to quantify your ability as a player. In your guild, if you are in a decent one, the officers should know where you gameplay potencial stands, accepting your ilvl340 alt over a ilvl370 slacker, prolly not properly gemmed/enchanted/glyphed;
Aug 25th 2011 9:24AM "Item levels count."
What have you done? (2)
You are feeding the DKArthaslols with "Damage meter matters" and "Item level counts". Thats a diservices for the community.
You should say something on these lines: Damage meters are not as important as doing the right thing or moving from the "fire".
Item level doesnt count as much as researching your class rotation and pushing the right buttons. A ilvl 340 with proper rotation will do more damage than a slacker with ilvl 370.
Aug 15th 2011 6:32PM Real World Comparison?
Blizzard and Government ecnomic policies. Our Govts are somewhat responsable, because in the end bad economics end up in real world treats: crimes, corruptions, deaths, bad health, and so on.
Virtual worlds and like fantasy places where if something is really expensive now and tomorrow Blizzard makes that item rain, deflating my 9999% you just suck up and keep playing your game.
Aug 11th 2011 5:18PM You cannot send a Ore trough servers because they are not Bind on Battle.net account. Only items with that denomination could get into that storage (BoAs, Perm Enchantments from Reputations, Tabards, Exclusive pets....)
Aug 11th 2011 1:44PM Items such as Renowned Guild Tabard are not Bind on Account, they are Bind to BATTLE.NET Account!
Could have they prepared such items for a cross-faction and server storage already?
IT IS FACT they have technical issues with sending mails cross-servers, preventing us to sending items. But making a cross-server storage is much easier to do, since you can concentrate all items in one data batch.
Aug 8th 2011 6:09PM I can almost call a F2P, based on the fact i would be doing the AH minigame anyways, and stockpiling gold in case the RMT never existed.
Its almost like theres a point now to play the minigame as heavy as some of us do
Aug 8th 2011 4:19PM Making enough money to pay our WoW Bills, then, could we call WoW Free to Play? Could we call this the Blizzard´s Way of F2P?