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The Queue: More on crowd control {WoW}

Dec 15th 2010 11:27AM Way back in Ye Olden Days Survival was a tad more melee focused, but that ship sailed long, long ago.

The Queue: Loot {WoW}

Dec 10th 2010 4:00PM Free hats are only for Worgen, ther general public one is a 525 Tailoring Recipe. Forget where it comes from but I am sure you can find it on WoWHead or another site.

The Queue: Loot {WoW}

Dec 10th 2010 3:57PM Dunno what race/class you are, but on Alliance side the Warrior one came from the head Warrior Trainer in Stormwind. There are like 4 Warrior trainers in that room, but only one offered the quest, and only offered it at level 20+

WoW Insider's Cataclysm launch giveaway: The Shattering {WoW}

Dec 6th 2010 10:52AM GIMME MAH BOOK!

Cataclysm Beta: A walk-through of the all-new Westfall {WoW}

Nov 19th 2010 9:42AM @Baldagrim, without going into the details the story of the new bosses in SFK start in the Worgen phased start experience, and then are picked up in the phased Silverpine experience for Forsaken.

The really short version, SPOILERS:

Treacherous Gilneas nobles die during the starter Worgen quests.
In the Forsaken quests, Sylvanas has you raise them as Forsaken to help her against the Worgen
The Treacherous Nobles turn on both the Worgen AND betray Sylvanas, and hole up in SFK.
This way both Alliance and Horde have reasons to give you quests to kill them.

WoW Moviewatch: How to win at guilds {WoW}

Nov 10th 2010 12:42PM I like Wowcrendor generally, but this was a bit too much rehash of previous "player types" jokes. I think he should have gone with the actual Guild Stereotypes:

"Family" Guild
Roleplay Heavy Guild
L33t Ra!ders Guild
That Lone Guy in Newb Zone begging for peope to sign Guild Charter

EVE Evolved: Death of an industrialist {Massively}

Sep 14th 2010 3:29PM Trader JB is correct, the author here is painting Scott and company as "victims" who are executing righteous vengeance. However, the reality is really that both sides are wrong. In fact, I'd even say that Scott and company are MORE "wrong" from a healthy "hey we're playing a game" mindset.

Eve scams like this would be like "Hey the rival football team cheated and got away with it and we lost the game! To get revenge we are going to infiltrate the football program at their high school and cause the school to lose its insurance and they'll have to cancel the athletics program! We win!"