Apr 26th 2009 5:42PM Bringing real world politics into these comments, which are already heated with debate over fictional factions in a made up universe...
Probably not a good idea.
Apr 26th 2009 5:31PM The point was to get people riled up I think...
Apr 26th 2009 5:18PM Ulduar has already destroyed my guilds raiding aspirations...so yeah I'd say it's hard enough.
Apr 26th 2009 4:39PM World of Diplomacycraft? World of Peacecraft? No, last I checked it was World of Warcraft. I don't really expect there will ever be a solid peace between the two factions, but that's fine, I love chasing down Alliance cowards in battle. I mean, if we were at peace, how would I keep up on my healthy stock of soul shards?
Mar 20th 2009 6:18PM I find this amusing...considering how much of Blizzards base UI was sto...I mean borrowed from various popular add-ons. Quest tracking, auction house tweaks...etc etc. Blizzard should be compensating these people for the time and effort the put into making Warcraft easier and more fun to play.
Mar 15th 2009 9:17PM So then I wonder what happens if someone dies during a boss, then releases, and the rest of the party loots the emblem...do they lose out on it?
Feb 22nd 2009 3:21PM I lead my guilds runs through 10 man Naxx each week. If Blizzard hadn't made the content "much easier", my guild would have never seen the inside of Naxxramas, much less gotten to finish it.
You might say we suck, but we wiped plenty of times trying to learn the bosses. But now we just finished our third clearing of the place, and we're also working on figuring out Malygos.
This is the first time in the 3 years that we've been playing together that we've been able to complete raids as a guild. Considering there's only 6 or 7 of us, it makes things difficult.
So personally I like the new system. Being a lore nerd I love being able to see bosses like Kel'thuzad and Malygos. And what I enjoy even more is seeing my friends and guildies have fun as well.
Feb 15th 2009 5:10PM Blizzard has just ruined casual events like these for the sake of achievements. Now even Valentines Day is for the "hardcore", sheesh...