Nov 12th 2009 12:53AM To the victor goes the spoils!
Jul 17th 2009 4:34PM I was thinking maybe those are trolls, not orcs, considering Shrek and Fiona were both trolls. A reworking of the troll race? Worgen would definitely be an interesting race to play, but who knows, it could all just be a theme for an upcoming Hallow's Eve event.
May 31st 2009 4:55PM I find it creepy that one can be tracked to their geographic location based on what ip address they used to post a comment on a website. Boy, this could certainly get vicious in the wrong hands.
May 22nd 2009 5:32PM Sounds to me like the Argent Coliseum is going to be another mini-raid instance like VoA and OS. Hope there are hard modes!
Apr 14th 2009 1:38PM The authentication servers are different for people who merged their battle.net accounts with WoW, and those servers haven't been patched yet so just chill and don't try reinstalling WoW (yet).
Feb 17th 2009 9:29AM As stated in the article above, Yogg-Saron is the one who is controlling Loken. When Thorim faced off against Loken, Loken said that his master was near. You can also note that a daily in Icecrown has you free Saronite slaves who have a debuff called "saronite insanity". The slaves were hearing voices, and while you free the slaves you yourself get whispers while in the cave. I think that Yogg-Saron is connected with the Lich king, because main villians are usually connected (and the Lich king really owns Northrend at the moment). So Loken would drag the temple watchers into Ulduar, Yogg-Saron would put them under his control. As to Thorim's mount, I think that it will play a part in setting Thorim free. In one quest in storm peaks, you are required to capture Thorim's old mount, and he makes a statement about how he will have to make her remember the good old days or something of the sort.
Feb 17th 2009 7:27AM The diorama looks very nice and composed, that's why I want one.
Dec 4th 2008 7:44PM In response to Balius' question on why the blood elves don't like the blood elves, I can think of one large reason. The blood elves and high elves were at one point the same race, but the blood elves were the people who went with Kael'thas into Outland while the high elves are the people who stayed behind. The High elves hate the blood elves because they are basically 'betrayers' of the high elves. After the blood elves went with Kael'Thas, they also split up between people who followed Kael'thas and the people who didn't agree with what Kael'thas was doing with the demonic magic in Outland. Those who left Kael'thas then joined the horde to fight against him and to regain the Sunwell. If you ever play with the Blood elves, you will sometimes click on a blood elf npc and they will say 'For Quel'thalas!' which is the high elf capital.
Nov 15th 2008 3:45PM First off, even if Bat Boy was old enough to earn money, who would hire him? Secondly, according to the Weekly World News article, Bat Boy "... explores the vast expanses of Northrend with fellow dwarf friends Bilbong and Glugnus." How can he explore Northrend with two dwarves when he is obviously undead? Someone needs to slap weekly world news for exploiting this poor mutant and editing him into a picture of a desktop and an undead enjoying a battleground window.