Nov 16th 2008 7:21PM I normally ignore typos, but I must admit that I laughed at the idea of viscous trolls.
Oct 29th 2008 5:54PM I've asked this question before, but as of yet it hasn't been answered that I can see. It regards the Phasing mechanic. I would, if at all possible, like a clarification on how it works before Wrath goes live.
For example, a Guildie of mine completes Quest X, which, through Phasing, alters the way in which he sees the game world. I have not yet completed this Quest. Will we be unable to do anything together anywhere in the game, because the way in which we're seeing the world is different, or will we be able to interact as normal? And if our interaction is limited, how so? Game-wide, Zone-wide, etc.?
I thank you in advance for your consideration of this question.
Oct 15th 2008 6:50PM I love the show. Keep up the good work. I wish you all continued sex-cess.
Oct 2nd 2008 4:18PM "In most cases, yes, this does prevent you from going back and helping your friends with older quests in these areas. You'll see one another on the mini-map, but you can't interact. You won't see each other in the game world."
I need a clarification. For example, if a Guildie of mine has completed "Quest A", which would result in his seeing the game world differently, and I have not, does this mean that we will not be able to see each other anywhere in the game world until I have completed that Quest, or will this only take effect in the zone in question? Would we be unable to do anything together anywhere until we have both completed said Quest?
Oct 1st 2008 11:46PM This week, on a very special "WoW Insider Show"...
Sep 21st 2008 1:07PM "You are weak, Highlander. You will ALWAYS be weaker than I."
Aug 24th 2008 10:22PM Thank you for posting my question, Mr. Ziebart. It has been some time since I asked it and I had come to believe it would be left unanswered.
And a sincere thank you to all the commenters for their suggestions. Now to begin acquiring these books...
Aug 21st 2008 3:24PM We should get a damage bonus when we shoot while Camouflaged, and when we get the shot off, we need to make that cool Predator growling sound.
Aug 15th 2008 9:41PM Even as a Hunter myself, I find that to be absolutely hilarious. And I just KNOW I'll do it to myself at least once.
Aug 14th 2008 2:05PM I noticed this myself. I thought about re-asking, but I didn't want to become a nuisance. As I noted in my original question, I admit that it's not a very important topic; though a specific answer would have been nice.
Was I too vague in how I worded my question?