Feb 6th 2010 11:29AM Sounds great, would love to test out this mystery game.
Jan 13th 2010 9:39AM I do the exact same thing as Redcow, but with Vuhdo. If you are click casting there is no point in targeting your tank since you can get all the information you need from your raid frames and can heal them by clicking on the frame. I usually have the boss as my target for Wind Shear or Purge or just to see how much health he/she has left.
Jul 5th 2009 10:13AM I'm doing pretty much the same thing. I played Alliance for a while with some friends, leveled a Night Elf Rogue to 70 and a few others into their 30s while playing every Alliance starting zone, but hadn't gone past level 10 on the Horde side. I got bored a couple years ago and quit but came back to join some other friends who are on the Horde side. My Orc Shaman is up to 30 now and, while it might be the time away from WoW or the fact the quests are new, it feels like a new game to me.
Apr 6th 2009 5:32PM Up until the last 2 weeks I would have called LOTRO the most stable MMO I've ever played, but the recent problems have been pretty bad. Very uncharacteristic of LOTRO's past, and hopefully it's future.
Mar 17th 2009 9:50AM While the game is fun and has many great features, it's my kin and the lore that keep bringing me back.
Mar 12th 2009 5:34PM The email says that you get 10 free days when you reactivate your old account. Not a bad deal if you're thinking of reactivating, but if you were hoping to get 10 free days without being billed you're out of luck.
Mar 7th 2009 9:25AM LOTRO is my spring choice, but I'm also hoping to try out Champions Online and maybe reactivate Warhammer for some PvP action.
Feb 25th 2009 1:22PM If your last paragraph is how the superhero MMO market goes, then I have no problems with that. I never played CoH but CO and DCUO both looked interesting at first. The DCUO video I with the psionic clown looked very disappointing to me and my hopes for CO are falling since besides the customizable nemesis nothing interests me. I would much prefer a Marvel setting (X-Men specifically) but so far no superhero game looks interesting enough to pull me out of LOTRO.
Jan 31st 2009 10:10AM LOTRO, hands down. I love the lore, love the community, love my kinship, and I'm having tons of fun in Moria. Turbine has the license for a long time yet and I also have a lifetime account so I guess I already made that choice:)
Jan 25th 2009 11:26AM The one thing I really liked about this game was that you chose your complete appearance at character creation and looked good at level 1 instead of the vagabond heroes we get in most MMOs.