Sep 1st 2011 11:33AM Technically they wouldn't destroy themselves, it would just hurt, a lot. We already have Forsaken Holy Priests. I think Undead Paladins would be awesome, make them a small determined order of Forsaken willing to fight bitterly on despite the pain of the Light.
I also think Worgen deserve Paladins, there must have been some Paladins in Gilneas before the wall was built. Is the Light really so fickle that you can wield its powers when in human form but not in wolf form?
Aug 24th 2011 7:25AM Really? I thought it looked like the Pixar movie of bad gender stereotypes from hell.
Aug 23rd 2011 11:47AM I simply don't get these; it's not funny to simply list things that every recognises, you have to actually do something with that to make it into a joke. Ah well, each to their own.
Aug 22nd 2011 11:19PM @suzaku
Well (obviously) I disagree. I think Anonymous have done a lot of good, most recently with the paypal boycotts, I thought it was quite impressive getting tens of thousands of people to unite in protest all at once.
To say they jump from lots of issues is you being deliberately reductive, you're talking about an umbrella of lots of smaller protest groups with different agendas united only by a broadly defined common cause; of course their actions aren't consistent, the actions of hundreds of individuals rarely are!
Also the whole hacker = loser teenager idea doesn't really fly any more, same as you could hardly say WoW players must all be loser teenagers. I respect you don't approve, but base your criticism on something more concrete than cliched stereotypes.
Oh, and in regards to the accusation I must be an 'idiot teenager', I'm 27 with a masters degree in politics, so funnily enough I am aware of what a political movement looks like. :P
Aug 22nd 2011 11:01AM To be fair LulzSec and Anonymous have a pretty robust political movement against oppressive government and the rule of big business. As a rather large business, you can see why Blizzard may have become a target. Not saying that I would have wanted WoW to be hacked, because obviously don't; however it's pointing out that regardless of your view on their politics, these aren't just a bunch of basement-dwellers trying to screw people over.
Personally, whilst the MMO attacks were an unusual move, they have since been involved in exposing corruption in government agencies which I feel more than validates their work.
Aug 22nd 2011 10:56AM This claim was debunked by Anonymous on twitter as a windup by a fake account. Don't worry, your Farmville is safe... for now.
Jul 30th 2011 9:35AM Whilst I won't claim The Guild is the funniest show ever, it does at least have a cute kind of appeal for me, along with the fact its the only show about online gaming ever made that comes from the view of the players. Not to mention there have been a decent number of times when it has made me laugh hysterically.
Jul 26th 2011 12:02PM You have a good point Shinae. I've never understood why we can't just have a battle.net handle, similar to how Steam works (in fact, make battle.net compatible with Steam already!) That I could completely get on board with.