Feb 17th 2011 11:24AM Isn't it Muad'dib, not Maud'dib? Could be wrong, my memory's fuzzy.
But yes. I will not fear. Fear is the mind-killer.
Feb 14th 2011 8:34AM For me, it kind of depends. I'll usually toss a "nice," or "'grats," or something out when someone gets a minor achievement, but if someone gets a major one - level 85, the exalted, something that takes some time and work or is a major milestone - I'll go all out with a, "Holy shit man, nice work."
Feb 11th 2011 7:53PM I have to be honest, I'm right there with you.
I can't believe the article is actually suggesting getting useless gear just to boost your item level in order to get into heroics, in which you will then woefully underperform because you didn't legitimately upgrade your gear, causing a huge headache for everyone involved.
I mean, if you are - as Rossi suggests - trying to unlock the ability to queue for heroics so you can run them with your guild or friends, then fine, do what you want.
If you're planning to just the random group finder and you use this strategy, then you're just a dick. Honestly, it's not hard to get to the required item level legitimately. Do Uldum, do Twilight Highlands, run some normals and get a rep or two to Revered. Not. That. Hard.
Oct 29th 2010 4:29AM You sound like my dead grandfather.
"Guys hitting on other guys is disturbing!"
Oct 15th 2010 5:51PM This, this, a thousand times this.
I imagine the Demon Hunter in the sense of... Death Knight is to Warrior as Demon Hunter is to Rogue. Basically, a Rogue with a smattering of Demonic magic abilities. The best thing about them, to me, is that their weaponry and armor are so iconic, their tier gear could be really awesome and creative. For instance, most Demon Hunters in the game fight shirtless with minimal armor - just a skirt, their blindfold, and in some instances, pauldrons - and their warglaives.
I think it would be epic to see their tier gear, instead of always being actual armor, actually be just a variety of different demonic tattoos - each a different color with a different effect and such.
Sep 21st 2010 6:28PM Fantastic, fantastic interview. It's good to see the sane side of Christianity. As a gay male, religion is a pretty touchy subject with me since most religions tend to universally condemn homosexuality, but this interview was refreshing, despite the fact that I'm sure Lutherans are no exception to the above rule.
One thing he said bothered me, however.
"All great story if forced to beg, borrow and steal from the Greatest Story Ever Told."
That is ... at least half-false. Do many stories borrow from the Bible? Certainly. But the themes, motifs, and archetypes presented in the Bible were themselves borrowed from countless tales that predate the holy book. I'm all for people being devout in their religions, but ignoring that basic fact comes off as somewhat ... self-centered to me. As if the religion is the very center of the universe and all things similar to it were derived from the religion, and not the other way around.
Sep 9th 2010 4:17AM I'm confident I included this in my e-mail, but it seems to have been edited out.
Anyone interested in joining Battle Hymn should contact Aliran in-game via mail or whisper. That is all, thanks.
Sep 2nd 2010 8:42PM Added. May wanna delete that post now so no one trolls your Facebook >>;
Sep 2nd 2010 8:35PM No results, cher. Not you anyway :P
Sep 2nd 2010 8:24PM It means I apparently have to download the EU client because I can't get onto the EU servers with the US client. You used to be able to by editing some config files but you can't anymore. ):