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Scattered Shots: ViperNotify and aspect swapping {WoW}

Mar 12th 2009 7:03PM That viper addon sounds pretty good, though it has one downside:

On occasion I have accidentally left viper on and found myself in a pvp situation with an enemy player. Upon winning the fight as I stand above his corpse, I feel proud to say I could own someone with Viper on... Its kind of like Lance armstrong winning a race with training wheels on ; )

Last Week on Massively: WoW-related stories {WoW}

Dec 2nd 2008 4:41PM When you're watching a tv show that involves torture, say "24" or "Lost", and the torture scene starts, do you get up off your couch in outrage and say "Why are they making me watch torture with no alternative?!". No. Of course not. This is linear storytelling, and if you could avoid that particular event in the story, the rest of the story beyond that point wouldn't happen.

Similarly, In warcraft you can tortue the npc and progress with that storyline, or, if you are so opposed to the thought of torture you can abandon the quest and not progress through that storyline.

I remember being a young night elf in teldrassil, and gathering animal components for the satyr in dolonar. After completing that quest a different npc says she is ashamed in you and offers you a new quest to redeem yourself for helping an enemy of the night elves. Who's to say this torure quest in northrend won't have similar repercussions?

TwentyFifthNovember becomes Ensidia {WoW}

Nov 24th 2008 9:11PM /sigh also

how presumptuous do you have to be to withhold your guild name, like people are going to be obsessively waiting to know more about you. They're a group of skilled players who's strongest skill is rushing through content while not stopping to smell the roses.

BlizzCast episode 6 available for download {WoW}

Nov 20th 2008 6:11PM As a 3D artist working in a related field to Blizzard, I absolutely love that they share so much information about what it's like to actually work at Blizzard.

This last episode had so much of that in fact, that I actually wondered if non-game industry working blizzard fans find these topics to be boring. Any one care to chime in on that?

WoW Insider on Massively Speaking this week {WoW}

Nov 20th 2008 5:47PM Reasonable people might consider it rude or even hypocritical to spend your time browsing a website, and then choosing to insult it's co-leader. Taking a cheap shot like that isn't justified based on how cool or uncool you think he is.

To contrast your statement, I enjoy Mike hosting the show because he's very good at keeping the pace of the show moving and bringing up topics that are important to me as a WoW player. This is a stark contrast to many of the shows I've heard on wowradio in which the hosts lack presentation skills and drone between segments with long "ummms" and "so......" like they've run out of things to talk about.

Also, he doens't waste time trying to take on the personality of an obnoxious morning-zoo radio personality and cluttering the show with annoying drop-ins. I appreciate Mike just being himself and concentrating on bringing us insightful wow news.

WoW Insider on Massively Speaking this week {WoW}

Nov 19th 2008 10:43PM It'll be nice to hear the T again =)