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WoW Insider interviews Tom Chilton on Patch 3.1 and beyond {WoW}

May 5th 2009 12:40PM Its a game not a character building exercise.

WoW Insider interviews Tom Chilton on Patch 3.1 and beyond {WoW}

May 5th 2009 12:38PM True but it solves the problem of fighting over all 3 types of gear and the argument that a hybrid could do all 3 functions.

WoW Insider interviews Tom Chilton on Patch 3.1 and beyond {WoW}

May 5th 2009 12:26PM Sorry meant PvE and PvP

WoW Insider interviews Tom Chilton on Patch 3.1 and beyond {WoW}

May 5th 2009 12:24PM How about instead of Tri Spec we stay with Dual Spec but you can have a PvE and a PvE version of your 2 specs. As a paladin I dont want to heal and dps and tank but I do want to raid heal, arena heal and go ret for dailies and BGs.

A Lawyer's take on the new UI policy {WoW}

Apr 1st 2009 8:16PM ^^ How does requiring addons to be free protect you from malicious code? It doesn't. Making them open source facilitates malicious software.

The fact is that if Blizzard thinks they can make more money by selling addons they will and if they think it will annoy their customers too much they won't.

Breakfast Topic: Pick a title, any title {WoW}

Mar 5th 2009 1:35PM I'd like to have a rank and a title that could be displayed simultaneously. For example:

Commander Starick, Hand of Adal

Account security is your responsibility, not Blizzard's {WoW}

Feb 28th 2009 2:47AM So many people on WoW are followers of "Just World Theory":


http://www.scu.edu/ethics/publications/iie/v3n2/justworld.html


not a keylogger lol

Account security is your responsibility, not Blizzard's {WoW}

Feb 28th 2009 2:38AM You are completely wrong here. The hacker first changes your email to his and THEN changes the password. The new password is reset and IS NEVER sent to your email it goes to the hackers email.

Account security is your responsibility, not Blizzard's {WoW}

Feb 27th 2009 3:56PM Auto

I think he's saying:

1. That not all hacking is the users fault unless you think no one should ever go to a website that asks for your email (including this one) or you have a special email account that you ONLY use for your wow account.

2. that there is no way for a user to know how good website DNS security is.

3. That Blizzard was wrong at one point to give out people's user names based on email and that they confirmed that this was a bad idea by no longer doing it.

Account security is your responsibility, not Blizzard's {WoW}

Feb 27th 2009 3:49PM I'm good with being careful on security but I had a difficult experience. My account (an alt account) was hacked, password and email changed. I found a player logged in on it in game and even talked to him in chat (he wasn't a native english speaker) and he claimed to have bought the account. I contacted Blizzard reported it and recovered my account and added a Blizzard Authenticator to protect the account. three weeks later Blizzard closed the account because it had been reported sold (presumably by me when I recovered it). I'm still trying to recover it.