Nov 19th 2010 6:46AM Think they sell your avatar at hot topic now.
May 1st 2010 9:06PM Just make it so players drop items at a really low drop rate, only allow players who actually need the item to need on it. Just like in the instances.
Dec 15th 2009 10:06AM How is it unfortunate that they don't want people profiteering on their work? The main factor in the reason anyone would buy this is that it was Warcraft related. So they have every right to control their own art and work. If said person actually does want to sell their goblets they're an artist and are more then capable to invent their own imagery to put on their and if it is interesting enough people will buy it.
Dec 15th 2009 10:03AM I agree, I actually think it looked better without the glaze. That black glaze is awful - I would've gone with a more transparent glaze to keep some of that texture. Also the walls of the goblet are too thick and look like they were not refined after it was done being spun on the wheel
Nov 21st 2009 5:32PM You're filtering out all those "I'm a PC" commercials where they go into best buy and have customer"actors" bad mouth macs during their computer purchasing decision.
Nov 21st 2009 5:28PM There are third party mac drivers for these products. I can't remember it off the top of my head not at home - but I am using the Zboard Merc on my wow MAC at home with no problems. Try googling or perhaps another reader knows the name
Oct 7th 2009 10:01PM No she's modeled after Kirstie Alley.
Apr 30th 2009 7:10PM Um, I've read the ToS tool. But I've also seen cases like this a ton of times, and you can win because they're not indefinite legally binding contracts.
For instance. Pretty similar incident. So nice try in being moronic douchebags, and thinking that the wow tos is as morally upstanding as the 10 commandments. Do they not filter arsenic from the water in Oklahoma?
Apr 30th 2009 7:05PM haha to the guy on top of you, he sounds like a complete moron. i wanna see him get his cable disconnected because of his neighbor was stealing cable he doesnt really own the cable he just subscribes and than watch them not refund his money for all the time left on his subscription or his phone service something it would just be great because he thinks that blizzards tos is the word of god.
Apr 30th 2009 7:00PM Umm no they don't. Regardless of if it's their game you pay money for it, and if they remove your access to a product you are purchasing for no good reason, for their own mistake etc... they can be held legally responsible. Why don't you go and read some law, before taking it in the rear from anyone who tells you what to do. For instance if you were in his guild, and you got your account suspended just for being associated with his guild, think about that a little bit before being some dumb cunt who knows nothing about anything. You probably write term papers and cite wikipedia as a source. Plenty of judges have ruled terms of service as none legally binding contracts.