Nov 6th 2008 3:27PM Give. :D
Oct 9th 2008 2:32PM ZUNAJ.
Oct 7th 2008 3:50PM A thing Blizzard seems to ignore, is that most people who do not roleplay, still use most of the roleplaying tools out there. They use RP items(as in, items with low/no stats, focused on graphics or effects), they take part in seasonal activities that give no PVE/PVP-related rewards they spend lots of time/money on mounts that give no different stats than other mounts, and so on. I think, for example, player/guild housing isn't going to be something ONLY roleplayers use. Personal tabards(which has been mentioned in a different post) will probably become popular among non-roleplayers as well.
Just like roleplayers use PVE/PVP content, PVP and PVE players often use RP content.
Oct 3rd 2008 7:43AM Horde! Raaahh
Sep 3rd 2008 9:10AM Place a handful of these in (almost) every settlement in Northrend, and players will have an easier time finding a vacant one to abuse. Or use this awesome phasing technology.
Sep 3rd 2008 8:54AM If there is a fourth coin introduced, it will likely work the same way as gold does today. The guy who saved up 20 000 gold, will suddenly have 200 thorium, or whatever, and still be rich. The guy who had 100 gold, would get 1 thorium. I really don't see the difference?
Sep 3rd 2008 6:25AM The Baron mount is still incredibly rare, due to it's immensely low drop rate. The difference with the bear mount, is the fact that if you are good enough to do the boss run quickly, you -will- get it. There's no luck involved, a bear will drop. Doing this with a level 80 group makes the bear really easy to obtain. The baron mount will still drop 1 in a 1000 times with a level 80 team in Stratholme, which is what makes it rare. The baron was never difficult in the first place.
Aug 26th 2008 1:36PM It's zunaj-should-win-this red.