Sep 14th 2009 3:50PM If your WoW experience doesn't match up with this article and your guild increases your stress, you're in the wrong guild. It's a video game, play it to enjoy it.
Aug 21st 2009 2:38PM My boss could not have picked a better day to work from home :)
Jul 28th 2009 1:26PM Very cool. Keep these kind of interviews coming. It's great to see people have success in and outside of the WoW world. I don't follow the show but congrats on making it so far!
Jul 22nd 2009 11:08AM I just spent way too much time on that photobomber site. Good stuff.
Jun 18th 2009 5:24PM Thank you duk, you can't compare a video game to any real life scenario, because well, it's a video game, it's made for the purpose of as many people enjoying it for as long as possible. And @ hav, I can almost guarantee that a majority of the player base is not a hardcore raider. I'd like to see some population statistics pertaining to this though, it'd be interesting either way.
Jun 18th 2009 4:49PM I totally agree Macho, some people don't like sitting in front of their computer for 4+ hours at a time and that's currently the only way to get most of the best gear in the game. People like us should be able to earn it a little at a time and be able to see all the end game instances. WoW is changing, sucks that we have to listen to all the "hardcore" players whine about it all the time.
Jun 18th 2009 3:29PM Being a very casual player now, I love the emblem change. I'll finally be able to get some badass gear without having to sit at my computer for 4 hours at a time. I know a lot of players don't like having to commit that much time to a video game continuously to get the good stuff so this is an amazing change. Sorry hardcore 12 hour session players, WoW is becoming a video game for everyone. Way to go Blizzard!
Apr 14th 2009 1:46PM You know, you can always just look at your armor and make sure you're wearing the right stuff until the equipment manager comes out...
Apr 7th 2009 8:25PM One of the best articles I've read in a while. Kinda inspired to start a wow blog now.
Jan 23rd 2009 12:04PM LOL at you people complaining, use downtime as means to actually do something besides wow for once. Read something, go for a run, do anything besides sit in front of your computer even more and whine about something that you have no control over. I mean we all know the endless complaining makes Blizzard fix things that much faster. Grow up.