Nov 2nd 2010 3:43PM It's no better for Alliance on Vengeance. The only thing we have a chance at winning anymore is WSG, and that can go either way. By combining the two Horde-dominated battlegroups, all they've managed to do is lower the qeue times for Horde to come in and steamroll Alliance. All the more reason to switch to Horde now. I hope cross-battlegroup is coming soon.
And update on the merger - they seem to have hotfixed it back... I've been doing random battlegrounds all day and haven't seen any more Bloodlust players in about 4-5 hours.
Nov 2nd 2010 10:32AM In related news, seems like Bloodlust and Vengeance Battlegroups have been combined as of this morning. This is only based on 3 ques, but all the players from the "new" realms that I haven't seen before in my battlegroup (Vengeance) belong to Bloodlust.
Jun 22nd 2010 9:05PM ... I actually counted the syllables to see if this was some kind of Haiku...
Jun 16th 2010 9:42PM trolling in trade while looking for a lowbie to gank is a wet dream for some players....
Nov 23rd 2009 9:25AM I want!
Nov 9th 2009 6:31AM Alt+Tab, wowwiki.com.
There's WoW's Tome of Knowledge.
Dunno why that's so hard to use.
Mar 28th 2009 11:13AM The furblog form from the Ashenvale questline looks downright badass when dual wielding. While out of combat, they lope along, all easy-going and whatnot. Then, go into combat with 2 weapons, and it's just arms and elbows flying willy-nilly all over the place.
Mar 24th 2009 4:17PM I have used Outfitter since I started playing the game, and it became one of those addons I relied on heavily and took for granted.
What I'm trying to figure out is what exactly the developer hopes to accomplish by "protesting" and withdrawing the addon from download? Blizz doesn't use the addon. WE, the fellow WoW-playing community, do. Why make us suffer? What purpose does this serve, other than inconveniencing the player?