Sep 7th 2008 8:46PM A neautral group of races would make things too complicated.
Naga wouldn't be able to ride mounts and don't fit into the lore of horde or alliance so that wont happen.
Vrykuls, Etherals, Sporelings, and Etherals won't be introduced, because, any new races that may be included in the future will follow the lore of the expansion they come with.
If theres a Maelstrom expansion, maybe Goblins? With the capital city being Undermine? - but they would'nt fit with horde or alliance.
Pandarens and Murlocs would be awesome, but that won't ever happen.
Jun 14th 2008 6:55PM Never stop raiding.
If raiding does ever feel more like work than a game then cut down on the amount of time you spend raiding, but don't finish all together.
It is easy to find time for the right balance of WoW/real life, and any girlfriend/boyfriend that really loves you should love you enough to let you play the game you love when you want.
It would be sad to see players completely stop playing just before WOTLK and all the great content that it will bring.
May 13th 2008 4:34PM I understand that "casual" players want to be involved with the lore.
I understand that most "casual" players are just as skilled as "hardcore players".
But alot of the fun in WoW, especially for me, is being able to do things the "casual" players can't do because i'm in a "hardcore" guild.
I am a student, I have a life, and in my life I can fit in alot of WoW because I enjoy it.
I just don't like this idea of all the 25 man content being 10 man-able. Although there does need to be more content for the "casual" player, I think "hardcore" players that spend more time on WoW should get the opportunity to not only get better loot but experience more of the game.
May 11th 2008 4:58PM Personally, I don't like this idea. Altough I like the idea of more 10 man content.. part of the fun of being in a big/ hardcore raiding guild is doing things that the casual gamers would never be able to do.
May 7th 2008 4:33PM Although i'm sure many of you will disagree, I think one way to ensure the quality of the film would be for the characters to have English accents. This worked well for The Lord of the Rings as an English accent seems more believeable in a fantasy setting.
I also agree that the movie being told from an alliance perspective is probably for the best, as it would be both cheaper and easier for the audience to relate to.
As for the plot, considering the images shown of the World Tree, I am guessing it will revolve around the events that happen in Warcraft 3. Perhaps ending with a dramatic scene with Archimond being blown up. On the other hand, that might be way too predictable for all of the WoW fans watching the film.
Anyway, I'm excited about this film. I think it could be amazing, and even if it is awful i'll probably still enjoy it for all the Warcraft. =]