May 26th 2008 4:13PM Yes, that's a good and eloquent retort to all the "ioag griefers", as you call them. Just because it's a game doesn't mean what happens in it isn't important to its players or doesn't affect their real life mental state. Just compare it to your football team losing. It's only a game, you're not even playing it, the players don't even give a f*ck about you, but it still has the ability to make you feel dissapointment. Same (perhaps even more so with WoW).
May 18th 2008 8:29AM I haven't played it this weekend, but I have pre-ordered it, and will be playing it instead of WoW for a while. Probably play both simultaneously the rest of the summer. Bye bye life!
Apr 30th 2008 7:11PM Sorry, this was supposed to be a reply to Matt J (31).
Apr 30th 2008 7:10PM I'm thinking of starting a mage only guild that will just do crazy stuff like that, but all the way to the bosses. I'm sure we can complete 5 or 10 man instances with all mages using sheep and frost nova effectively.
Apr 26th 2008 5:04PM Great article, thoroughly enjoyed it. Always love reading your work, and a little "yay" pops into my head everytime I see Arcane Brilliance on the front page.
I have skinning and leatherworking. For a fire mage. :S
Apr 16th 2008 7:07AM Yes, that's a very good point. I get called "geek" for playing a bit (okay, a lot) of WoW by people who have no social life themselves. But it is strange that people think watching TV or going out drinking is a better alternative to gaming.