Aug 1st 2010 2:23PM Ah, the good old days of fighting your enemies to keep prices high, fighting with your customers to buy your product, and fighting with yourself to not inflate your prices for quick profit (while ruining long-term success).
If WoW ever taught me anything about business, it was how hard it can be to maintain a balance between price and profit.
Oct 3rd 2009 11:54AM I picked WoW back up about half way through BC with a new account. Friends had a druid, warrior, mage, shaman, and warlock so I made a gnome mage to begin with. After learning how the game had changed during my abscence I created a Draenei shaman and never looked back. Something about being a resto shammy makes me all warm inside. powering others up with my totems, chain healing, instant ghost wolf for on the go pvp healing, and dual specs top it all off so that I can still bash some faces in as enh.
Love you, Hsin.
Aug 10th 2008 5:55PM I use this religiously on my mage. Ports and teles are just a mouseover away. Sell my grays. Repair my items.
Aug 4th 2008 8:43PM Regarding "[ ] Let others see my talent build"
That would be a useless addition. People who didn't show their build would be kicked from groups or not invited at all; everybody else would simply show it as it is now.
Aug 4th 2008 7:55PM I don't see discrimination being as much a problem as people eventually paying gold (or real money) to unlock X amount of achievements.
WTB run through BT 300g, must unlock all achievements.