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The Lore of Ulduar {WoW}

Jun 7th 2009 5:08PM Yes, the Twilight Cultists are known for worshiping the Old Gods even when they have died long ago (See the Master's Glaive in Darkshore). They are blind zealots who are obsessed with the end of the world. They will do anything to see the world explode and would happily aid C'thun, Yogg-Saron or the other Old Gods. Maybe there are some Iron Dwarves who see the madness in Loken's plans and want to stop him from destroying their planet. The Earthen in Uldaman did everything to stop you from entering, but their are also Earthen who have allied with Brann Bronzebeard. What if the same would work for the Iron Dwarves, where they will aid you in stopping any threat that may destroy Azeroth?

WoW Moviewatch: How to paladin XXXII {WoW}

Jun 6th 2009 5:32PM This looks like some kid ate too much sugar, went on X-box Live and started playing while singing and listening to midi sounds from old Mario/Sonic/Pokemon games but speed up by 500%, if that makes any sense.

Choose my Adventure: Insert funny title about being level 25 here {WoW}

Jun 6th 2009 8:08AM I agree, Desolace is much more fun than Stranglethorn Vale. Although the jungle looks great, everyone goes there and it gets really boring after your 4th time or so. Desolace has some very interesting quests and the chain for Scarlet Monastery. Don't forget to pick up the two escorts that go past the Kolkar village and through the demon infested area, although they are 35+ quests. There is another escort quest in the village near Maraudon and some hidden treasure near the sea. I always go to Desolace instead of Stranglethorn Vale, although I do that because of all the gankers in STV.

Breakfast Topic: Inexplicable dislikes {WoW}

Jun 5th 2009 8:39AM Also, I hate it when I level a new char (like I did now) and at the maximum level notice that either: 1) No-one is willing to do PuGs 2) The population suddenly transfers and it becomes a ghostserver and 3) There aren't any guilds left to do raids with. All 3 have happened to me and I am currently stuck with number 1. By the time the expansion is out for a few months, no-one bothers to do normals/heroics.

Although I guess people would understand this, it's one of the major flaws in WoW: If you are slow or starting all over again, it's hard to catch up, though the current changes such as Solo rewards from the Tournament did soften the blow.

Breakfast Topic: Inexplicable dislikes {WoW}

Jun 5th 2009 8:27AM I hate PvP; first you have to farm months to get gear while in the meanwhile you're being grinded to dust by others. Some classes are always ridiculously overpowered and get nerfed by the time the next expansion hits the shelves. By then some other class is overpowered and beats every other class without problems. There aren't much things I hate, but PvP just sucks ass, in Vanilla, BC and WotLK

The best zone of Wrath {WoW}

Jun 4th 2009 6:15AM I have leveled both a horde and alliance char through Howling Fjord. I think the Fjord is best if you play a Forsaken (I was an undead warlock). I found both starter zones a little lacking for alliance, but the Fjord looked a lot better than Borean Tundra. But Warsong Hold, I don't think any of the towns can beat that place. The huge statue, the immense building and the large amount of undead crawling around just blew me away.

The environment in Grizzly Hills is probably the best. I remember flying on a gryphon over the tall trees, being shot by Horde and then land in a little lodge on top of a large cliff. I have stood there for a while just to let everything sink in. The bears catching fish, Vordrassil and the Drakuru chain, nothing can beat that. I wish there would be some more quests there, maybe a daily quest involving cutting down trees or catching food. I really want to see some good daily's there, and not the failed PvP quests no-one bothers to do.

Blood Pact: Minions are people too {WoW}

May 26th 2009 3:09PM I must say this was a great read about roleplaying with my pet. I prefer to keep my Felhunter out because of it's strength and his job as a guard. I don't really like the voidwalker because he just stands there waiting for something to hit him. I RP with my succubus as a lazy minion that tries to undermine my authority. The imp I sometimes pull out of his little cage is just like you said, a little bugger that tries to mess around with everyone, but hides behind his master when someone sees him.

I really would like to see blizzard giving pets personalities, such as a felhunter that runs around or a succubus that tries to flirt with trespassers, the /kiss you can give that pet isn't enough!

Two Bosses Enter: Mage-Lord Urom vs. Xevozz {WoW}

May 14th 2009 5:22PM Although I hate Xevozz way more than Urom, I give this one to Urom. His ability to slow, his massive AoE and adds will overwhelm Xevozz in no-time.
Even though Xevozz has the orbs, Urom will be able to kite him around and deal some serious damage with his Arcane Explosion.
Xevozz can kite Urom too, but he cannot slow him and his mass teleport will only work against him.

Maybe if I could bring Urom to my next VH run, will make it a lot easier.

Blood Pact: Onward, to 80! {WoW}

May 12th 2009 2:02PM Just two more levels to go and I just can't get myself the will to finish off Zul'drak and Sholazar Basin.

Horgoru the Collector is the new Lich King {WoW}

May 9th 2009 12:14PM And I thought my WoW was spacing out when I heard that.
Now I am running the repair tool for nothing.