Oct 6th 2009 9:00PM I'll take the Commuter. Thanks.
Oct 1st 2009 11:49PM I'm always forgetting to charge my iPhone, and then it runs out of power on my hour commute to university. A Juice Pack and holster would certainly help that problem.
Mar 6th 2009 6:10PM I'm glad they made this change. Not because I'm an entitled casual who thinks Blizz should hand me phat epics on a silver platter just for logging in, but because the "sign up for Brew of the Year" achieve has all the same requirements functionally as drinking all the beers, but it takes less time. You still have to do enough brewfest stuff to buy the membership. There was no way they weren't going to change this before October rolled around.
Feb 14th 2009 11:38AM I hit 70 from a "Go talk to so-and-so" quest in SMV, and dinged 80 from the last quest in the chain in Icecrown where you save that guy from the scourge plauge (the guy on the mountain, can't remember his name, it involves going to Shat to talk with Adal).
I think the are both good ways to ding.
Feb 6th 2009 5:55PM I just started using Gmail Tasks on my iPhone. Before that, memory. I don't have a good memory.
Dec 22nd 2008 7:05PM Finally made the switch this year. I will never, ever, go back.
Dec 10th 2008 3:31PM This is my comment.
Dec 2nd 2008 8:22AM I fit most closely into the last category as well. I started off in Howling Fjord and did the whole achievement/cleared quest log. Then on to Borean to get the DEHTA achievement and all teh kalu'ak quests. Then I did Dragonblight just for the Wrathgate questline. Followed by a full clear of Grizzly Hills. Then I went to Sholozar to do the Hemet quests and by the time I finished those I was 77 and I flew myself to take on the scourge. That's where I'm at now. About 100 xp from 78...
So I guess I have tried to fit all the mega-quest chains in to my lvling, and also go all the way through some zones. Once I'm 80 I'll go back and clear the rest of BT and DB.
Nov 22nd 2008 8:41AM Grizzly Hills. In part because I went in there for the first time and my girlfriend, who doesn't play WoW but was sitting in the room with me, perked up and said: "hey, that music is pretty good." Good job Blizz.