Apr 4th 2012 8:39AM Wrath was all about DKs. After Wrath DKs became just one class of 10. You can't expect to get more lore/attention than any other class now that Wrath is over. You may as well ask where all the great Warrior lore is, or all the great Warlock lore, or Priest lore...you don't get to be the special snowflake class after Wrath, but that doesn't mean Blizzard is "killing off" DKs.
Mar 21st 2012 4:54AM @SR
Did you ever consider that the way you describe yourself overly-aggressively barking orders at people then raging at them for 10 minutes if anything goes wrong means that you probably come accross as an ass...and maybe by the third time they are doing it deliberately just to annoy you in the hope you will go away?
Just a thought - if you are experiencing bad groups consistently and can't understand when other people describe good experiences then maybe you should consider that the only constant in your groups that isn't in theirs' is, well...you.
Mar 19th 2012 9:29AM He seemed to be saying that anything set in the Star Wars universe wouldn't feel like Star Wars if it didn't have Stormtroopers in it - meaning there are certain things out of Warcraft's past that would always have to come back to make sure it kept feeling like Warcraft.
I get his point - but it was a wierd analogy, since Stormtroopers don't feature in half of the movies or most of the Extended universe of Star Wars (which is usually set after the original movies or long before the prequels) and say what you like about SWOTOR (personally I love it, but I know some people don't) but one thing it definately IS, despite its lack of Stormtroopers, is Star-Warsy.
Mar 19th 2012 2:20AM Play SWTOR?
Jan 21st 2012 7:56AM I'm currently playing SWTOR...and sadly still paying for WoW since I got the yearly pass.
I'm really loving it at the moment and would at least temporarily stop my subscription if I could (well played on that deal there, Blizzard - you definately got me. >_
Dec 27th 2011 11:40AM I think almost everyone agrees that the way hard modes were activated in Ulduar was much more fun and engaging than the toggle they are now.
However, I think most people also understand that coming up with all these different ways to toggle hardmodes is not something that's easy to understand. Especially when hardmodes could be accidentally activated (such as XT) or be used to grief your raid by that guy in your raid group (you know, that guy who thinks it's the height of comedy to push the big red button every single week and laugh about it on vent). I guess Blizzard just decided that although the Ulduar way was probably more fun - it wasn't *enough* of a difference in fun to warrant the amount of time they would have to put in designing all those extra mechanics.
Dec 25th 2011 8:48PM North America.
And I *really* need it :)
Dec 22nd 2011 8:30PM "If you hit every major questing hub, you should have no problem completing the achievement."
Until you get to Outland at least...when I did it, pre-Cata, I remember the hours upon hours of searching Nagrand for those last three quests I needed. Most zones there have something like that (protip: there's a group of quests related to Altruis which actually start in a chain from Shadowmoon Valley but have one or two quest credits in Nagrand).
Dec 22nd 2011 9:50AM Puffy!!!!
Dec 19th 2011 10:49AM I totally think overweight characters are justified.
My priest, for example, could be a huge pig - because he eats red meat by the joint, spent wrath washing it down with honeyed milk and, quite frankly, if you could levitate everywere why you you ever walk?
My mage just blinks and ports everywhere, barely puts one foot in front of the other. And there's like 20,000 calories a pop in those flasks of draconic mind.
Even my pally has gotten a bit chubby since he learned how to ride his flying mount in Azeroth.