Dec 2nd 2010 10:51AM I fell in love all over again with eastern plague lands. The fact that just about the whole zone is stringed into one long chain, really made the whole experience so much more streamed for me. Instead of the brief quest chains you used to see in this area, ending with one or two decent rewards, but having you run around seemingly at random are now non-existant. Every quest you take is related to the area you took them in, there's no long treks and you really get the sense that the quests you do are relevant to the task at hand.
Jun 2nd 2010 6:01PM If you think that's a game, you should should try doing it with the stock market. It's the same thing, just virtual.
Jun 1st 2010 10:21AM Sorry I forgot to mention, this was supposed to be a response to the macro's article, but the post is to old so I cannot comment on it anymore.
Jun 1st 2010 10:17AM I find this macro invaluable in ICC and 5 mans
/cast [target=mouseover,harm,exists,nodead] Chains of ice; Chains of Ice
this will cast chains of Ice on whatever your mouse is over, making you able to assist your raid on killing any kind of boss adds, without switching targets. Saurfang for example, toss Chains of Ice on the Blood adds and watch your ranged praise you forever :D
May 28th 2010 5:21PM I made a point to do this quest line on all my characters, it touched me in ways most quests don't and I applaud you for posting it.
Jan 30th 2010 6:13PM I remember doing that a few times even before the randoms que
Jan 29th 2010 8:35PM The only thing Arthas could or should have done differently was explain too Uther why the plague had too be stopped at that stage.
Jan 4th 2010 12:47PM and sorry i didn't mention it but if you take a horde character over to Silverpine you will see the quest lines involving this. http://www.wowhead.com/?zone=130#quests Most of the quests in the zone in fact involve one aspect or another from this storyline
Jan 4th 2010 12:44PM This whole storyline is actually confirmed in there quests listed in game, and i do have to say this machinima pulls off each storyline perfectly