May 12th 2009 7:33AM Oh yes, not a shred of doubt about it, "bllizziers" (whatever in bloody hell they are) will almost definitely spend a day or two trying to decipher your comment into some sort of comprehensible text and then BY GOD, will they act on it.
Yeah, save the "Wow Koolness"! No more "count one!" killing- Vive la Révolution!
May 12th 2009 5:23AM Do you hear yourself speaking? Do any of you? "poor blizz, unable to handle the amount of players"? You're patronising an entire game company, as previously mentioned, with some of the best hardware there is? I imagine if you got the reins you'd do things *so* much better. Everyone whining here would. You're clearly far more experienced than every simpleton on the design team- I assume you have a server that CAN handle the pressure?
Yeah, let's just hand power over to... let's say, every half-witted person on the internet with any sort of opinion and watch the glorious revolution sprout out of their backsides. Amen, I say.
May 8th 2009 5:33PM HAHA YOU ALMOST GOT ME THERE. Thank heavens it was just a joke.
May 5th 2009 2:26PM Can I have your stuff?
Feb 20th 2009 8:21PM Uh, why cancel account, exactly? What's wrong with "changing" subscription plan to "none", after having paid your month or however much, which allows you to play out the remainder of your play time without going through the whole account hassle?
Feb 2nd 2009 12:44PM Tut tut, should have had the foresight to subscribe the last time Brewfest came around eh!
Jan 18th 2009 11:00AM Yeah that's a unique and exciting screenshot, that one.
Aug 31st 2008 11:18AM How exactly is the Ambassador title a nod towards old school players? Proper old school players would have levelled up before the reputation boost, meaning that their home city reputations are likely to actually be lower than latecomers, who levelled up after the boost. Not to mention The Draenei/Blood Elf factions, which wouldn't have even existed at the time of levelling and questing.
Unless you're suggesting old school players would have gone to the effort of getting exalted with everyone, I know I haven't.
Aug 1st 2008 6:58PM Am I the only one who doesn't see the necessity for Threat Bars?
I admit, I've no raid experience post-Vanilla, but back when I was raiding the old-world instances, people all around us were using threat metres, yet we still managed to down MC and BWL in humbly fast speeds, got reasonably deep into AQ and were among the first of the server in downing Naxx bosses, though that didn't last long as we eventually ended up disbanding, but not once did we need threat metres.
Now I realise that this may well have changed with the onset of tBC, and if so, then this has been pointless, but if not, I appreciate that addons help raid encounters and I've as many as the next person, but there is a point were they start doing things FOR you, and even if it may mean you're that much more efficient, you're no longer the one playing the game.
I actually enjoyed getting the *feel* of how much threat was needed to take over after the MTs death at Vaelastrasz, without ruining our MT order we had set up, it wasn't easy, but it made me feel great when we had it worked out. I think that things like threat metres take away from