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Maintenance day loot from WoW.com {WoW}

Apr 13th 2010 9:17AM Tell blizzard to just give us druids a Mushroom form!

Leave a comment, win fabulous prizes! {WoW}

Mar 30th 2010 9:11AM I need something to go with my Love Rocket!

The Daily Blues {WoW}

Mar 25th 2010 11:42AM Having played a disciple of khaine in warhammer I can say that a shadowpriest pretty much nails the dps/healer hybrid without over powering a class too much.

WoW goes by it's own mechanics and it's been working out great for them so far. No need to change anything.

And for those who say that healers take to long to solo then maybe you shouldn't be playing MMOs. It's always been like that and I doubt it'll ever change. That's why blizzard brought out dual spec so you can change your spec almost instantly.

Spiritual Guidance: Grouping with Priests {WoW}

Jun 24th 2007 12:56AM My priest is shadow spec'd. I thought about changing to holy a couple of times because I only ever find myself playing when i'm in a group/dungeon. However, I do sometimes solo, and the thought of not being able to dish out major dps, or slowing the target, or even regenerating health and mana per shadow damage given, leaves me quite hesitant.

Voice chat coming in 2.2.0 {WoW}

Jun 6th 2007 2:16AM I wonder how far blizzard will take it with this voice chat thing within WoW. Say you speak into your microphone, your character will probably animate like when you do a regular /say motion when you're speaking into the mic.

I'm pretty sure they will play around with it alittle bit. Perhaps they'll even have mouth mimicking movements?

All Blizzard will be missing after this setup is having your PC shoot water at you so you wouldn't have to quit WoW for a quick bath.

How much WoW is too much WoW? {WoW}

Jun 5th 2007 12:49AM I couldn't, and I still can't, see myself sitting for 4 hours, listening to a lameass on a VoIP chat program. It ruins my playing mood, I can't really say that I know how important "advancing" in this game( or any MMO) is, but I guess to some people it's an accomplishment to have something new that no one else have.

I guess it's pretty cool to have a shiny and awesome looking object on your character while you're standing in your capital next to the mailbox having people ask you "where'd you get that item from?"

For me, it's like when I'm away from my PC doing other hobbies, mainly skateboarding, I want to be at home playing WoW just to get that next level on my Shadow Priest.

However, when i'm actually at home playing WoW, I have that "man this sucks, I rather be outside skateboarding," or doing something else that's more productive. Maybe it's because I've had WoW burnout in the past and replaying WoW over just isn't fun as it use to be.

Blizzard's legal case against gold spammers {WoW}

Jun 2nd 2007 3:58PM @12

Like i said, flame away, i'm not taking it to the heart in anyway, because I know I have flaws in this opinion. However, when you ban an account, the CD-Key is banned also I believed, and to create a new account, you need a new CD-Key, which requires the purchase of game. Although I could again be wrong.

Blizzard's legal case against gold spammers {WoW}

Jun 2nd 2007 2:20AM Blizzard could sue the company(ies), get "some" profit gains, and wait around a couple months for other organizations to start farming.

However, in my own opinion, I think they would rather ban the accounts, have the organizations re-purchase WoW retail, and make profit that way.

I'm not a lawyer or whomever the hell estimates profit which can be made from filing a lawsuit and actually winning. I'm not a mathemetician, and so my math may be wrong. I think overall, though, that banning accounts and making the users purchase WoW is more like a DoT. It's a slow process at first, but if you're banning about 1,000 accounts a month, 1,000 new WoWs will be purchased. That will be $49,990 per month for WoW itself, an additional $39,990 if BC is purchased along with it. Making a total of $89,980 per month. That's $1,079,760 a year.

Or they could just sue an organization, and make probably "some" profit, that's if the organization doesn't declare bankruptcy.

So someone please flame me for my post, but that's just my opinion.

Class-action lawsuit filed against IGE {WoW}

Jun 1st 2007 1:02AM I admit, I bought gold Pre-BC. Why? Because I was a level 60 warrior at the time, spending craploads on potions/repairs doing daily raids. I didn't have the talent to effectively farm like other classes. I didn't want to spend the time farming like other classes. If i'd get lucky i'd make like 10-15g in an hour after repairing/restocking on Potions.

That was pre-BC though.

Now, however, ever since BC came out, you can make about 100g/hour pretty easily. From 60-70 you can save up close to about 2000g.

No StarCraft 2 this year {Joystiq}

May 31st 2007 2:36PM That's great news. The longer the better, in my sense of order. Let the prices of Computer hardware drop because i'm planning to build a new PC to play SC 2(along with Crysis and others) and Quad-Core is a bit expensive at the moment. So give it a year or more and i'll probably say $100 or so on my processor/video card etc. etc.