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Time is Money: Capitalizing on Patch 3.2 {WoW}

Jul 15th 2009 1:49PM Those are actually not the correct materials for the Alchemy Transmutes. The materials have been simplified quite a bit. The most recent material list is listed somewhere here as well as mmo-champion.com

Breakfast Topic: Should raid progression even be tracked anymore? {WoW}

Dec 4th 2008 8:14AM Blizzard has said several times that they made a mistake with making the opening content of BC too hard. This is not meant to be challenging content. Its meant to catch everyone up to speed to farm gear and basically introduce your new level 80 selves to the world of wrath raiding. Its not supposed to be hard.

I'm fairly positive Arthas wont be a cake walk. Should you really have to take a month to clear the starting content? I mean don't you want everyone in full t7 before moving on? Maybe you'll NEED full t7 to complete these next encounters? I think that a post like this comes far too early in the expansion.

I for one am just having fun clearing content previously missed out on by the majority of players.

Ask a Beta Tester: Multi-passenger mounts and Enchanting {WoW}

Sep 27th 2008 6:25PM I don't agree.

My husband and I play this game together. We don't level or quest or pvp while the other isn't on. So having a vehicle that carries both of us as well as a vendor or two is a completely awesome idea and we plan on getting one as soon as possible. He can do the driving and I can read the map I think it add a whole new very cool element to the game and very worth the 20k (will be less actually due to the exalted discount)

Ask a Beta Tester: Multi-passenger mounts and Enchanting {WoW}

Sep 27th 2008 6:21PM Can you view everyone while they are on the mount? Like what does it look like with everyone/vendors aboard. I read somewhere that one of the vendors sold food/water. Is this the case or was that just wishful thinking?