Mar 28th 2012 9:24AM My reservation has very little to do with Mists itself; it's that all the people I played with have quit and moved on, and very few are giving any indication that they're coming back. So when I go into Mists, I'll be doing it all alone. While Mists might be a great game, it's not really a single-player thing.
Mar 24th 2012 12:36PM @Denaar: Go ask your teacher to explain the difference between objective and subjective.
Mar 23rd 2012 2:35PM Of course he deserves to die. He's the military commander of a hostile enemy force. From an Alliance perspective, there's no reason NOT to kill him.
Mar 18th 2012 11:40AM Biggest surprise? If the MoP press releases and main interviews do not contain the word, "Thrall".
Mar 16th 2012 10:31AM That when reports start coming in from beta, and people go, "Oh look at this, it's the most awesome quest ever!" that it's a quest that's available to Alliance this time.
Mar 12th 2012 4:03PM Please fix Leatherworking leveling. Slash the number of skins needed, across the board. The time it takes to level it honestly is staggering compared to what herbers and miners have to do for their professions.
Mar 12th 2012 10:11AM And on the same note, all the *best* healers I've ever had the honour to play with have been women. None of the men I've personally played with have come even close to their level of skill.
Mar 10th 2012 7:04PM @naixdra,Avan Actually, the joke is that the guy who keeps hitting 3) expecting a nice option is an idiot. Guess the irony's lost.
Mar 2nd 2012 7:28PM Simplest answer then, since "horde" seems to be stuck as the word of choice, to make the Alliance battlecry, "Death to the Horde". It's only one syllable longer and has a sharp bounce instead of a drawn vowel.
Mar 2nd 2012 5:55AM I rather agree. Cataclysm yanked my class out from under me; relearning wasn't *difficult*, but it was highly aggravating and it never quite clicked again. Every time a learned-in fact is edited, it causes confusion for someone, somewhere. Change lots of fact, and you get lots of confusion. It's not even 'retarded' players (don't use that word, kthnx), it's just players who didn't follow every single article on stat changes before the expansion and wake up one morning after a patch and realise they have no clue what's going on or how things work.
Players who read strategy guides are the exception. People reading wowinsider are the exception. Most players DON'T. They're entirely reliant on in-game explanations, which are also the weakest explanations. Without actively going looking for a changed tool-tip, a player might not find out about a change to the way a stat works for months.
That's why Blizzard uses the "it has to be obvious and intuitive" approach.