Sep 16th 2008 2:44PM That Twilight Drake looks cool. And it is a great idea to make the instances kind of player controllable for content. So depending on the mood and egos of the party it can be a casual battle or a hardcore bloodfest with a justifiable reward (I am a little conflicted for the 5 man reward. Doesn't seem to be enough to make it a challenge for such a big reward. ZA's bear was on a timer, so it was important to manage the run effectively and on time).
Sep 15th 2008 5:52PM I would love another drop to stealth for my rogue. But knowing blizzard it would actually be a shadowmeld and not a stealth mechanic. (Took me until my mid-20's to realize the difference between the two. I thought shadowmeld allowed everyone to move and be invisible until a priest friend informed me otherwise :-D)
Sep 12th 2008 12:06PM Yeah, Omar is a Netherwing Whelp (or at least looks like one). So he probably needs his mommy's permission to correspond with people. ;-P
Sep 10th 2008 11:26AM I have a 70 rogue that due to my being kind of a solo player fit me quite well. I had some guild drama shortly after hitting endgame, so I dropped off that toon (I have since gone back to him and quite enjoy him). I started a hunter, shaman, and paladin. They all for some reason didn't fit my play style well. My warlock is my secret passion. I equated warlocks to magic using hunters and thought she would get left behind when I found its similarity to the hunter (she is now just a few levels from 70). My lock is my "wolf in sheep's clothing" toon. She is a gnome doll, looking so innocent and I believe sometimes makes others underestimate her (I have since put the "Olympics" tabard on her to feed into that misconception, to lure others into attempting to attack her to their doom).
Aug 22nd 2008 10:38AM I guess they assumed everyone knew that the new profession of inscriptions produced glyphs. Glyphs can best be described as enchants, except instead of giving you bonuses to you gear, they give you bonuses to you talents and spells. I hope that helps.
Aug 21st 2008 4:25PM When I first watched it I assumed the soldiers in the valley were an army sent to take down Arthas. He then summoned the undead dragon and as it flew over the army, infected them with the scourge. Quite a disappointment on a second play through. It does kind of leave you hanging, there should have be some allusion to a great battle over in the distance that the scourge was marching off to (hence the War of Warcraft), that could be used to pull the players into the expansion.