Jun 19th 2010 6:16PM Am I the only one who saw the title and thought "Why are they doing a column about Lower Blackrock Spire?"
Jan 17th 2009 5:20PM Is it wrong to admit I have both a mage, and a warlock, and love playing both? Then again, I hate PVP.
Oct 14th 2008 12:06AM Given that the British paper has always been known simply as the "Times", to the best of my knowledge, I really had a WTF moment there. I can only assume that you did this to avoid confusing your less wellread readers with the "New York Times".
Very neat article, good to see a reporter taking a healthy outlook on Blizzcon. Last time Warcraft was mentioned in the media over here, it was to report on some psychologist doing his spiel on how addictive and destroying it apparently is. (Just like everything fun in life, I guess.)
Sep 13th 2008 4:55PM I suspect that anyone who does have the Bulwark will continue using it till they either hit 80 or get something mindblowingly better, just because it looks so cool and is bloody hard to get for your average toon running around Shatt.
Aug 10th 2008 7:04AM Is anyone else put in mind of Tom Waits by the title for this new column?
Aug 10th 2008 7:03AM Is anyone else put in mind of Tom Waits by the title for this new column?
Jul 4th 2008 2:32PM Regarding the 'stiffed over tips' thing, remember that World of Warcraft is worldwide, and tips are not a worldwide phenomena. Here in New Zealand, if you overpay with the expectation of the excess going to the waitstaff as a tip, they'll likely run after you to tell you that you've paid too much, or take it as an insult. (Waiters, etc, are all paid at least the standard minimum wage here, meaning that tips are unnecessary and, to some, insulting since they imply relying on charity from your customers to live.)
If you expect payment for your services, whether it be chanting tailoring or smithing, state up front that you have a minimum fee. Tips are not universal.