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Does Garrosh Hellscream deserve to die? {WoW}

Mar 23rd 2012 3:22PM Do we still get *phat* loot if he gets spared?

WoW Rookie: Tips and tricks for rookies {WoW}

Apr 22nd 2010 10:37AM you're*

WoW Rookie: Tips and tricks for rookies {WoW}

Apr 22nd 2010 10:28AM The department of redundancy department called, they want to know if you got the memo about the memos detailing the unnecessary memos.

Also, your going to need to go ahead and work on Saturday....

Blood Sport: Alliance racials {WoW}

Feb 23rd 2010 10:51AM Well...humans are the ones who are making this game (maybe), I guess it only makes sense that they would give themselves the best traits. It's pure racism if you ask me.

Bornakk defends removing the drakes {WoW}

Apr 2nd 2009 2:18PM 1up for you.

If only the people who are this passionate about this would direct this type of energy toward stuff in this world that really mattered....imagine what we could do...

Bornakk defends removing the drakes {WoW}

Apr 2nd 2009 2:13PM Erm, Deadly. Off. Topic., how about we try and be a little more constructive instead of a condescending tool? Try and make a real point or don't bother. Only a careless, lazy person, would use a post just to call someone else's idea stupid. (sound familiar?)

People who weren't playing at the time had no idea about, or the limited availability of, the bear. I don't think he was comparing the actual items, just the criteria involved.

Blizz has done this before as well, with the ZA bear mount as well. So it isn't like people could be completely blindsided, they have already set a precedent for this type of thing in the past.


Bornakk defends removing the drakes {WoW}

Apr 2nd 2009 1:01AM So by your argument danawhitaker, blizz should also leave in things like the baby bear some of us got for the 4 year anniversary just because some of the newer people were not around for them, or because some, like you, didn't currently have any active account? The only people whom I empathize with are the ones who are going to miss the mount by a short amount of time, those who when the changes go into effect, are one or two away from it. Everyone else can still get the achievement, but have to wait for another opportunity to get a unique mount.

If you were one of the people who got the mount, would it mean as much to you if you saw it all over the place, or if you rarely saw it, and could make a more personal connection to those other who had it?

Insider Trader: Twink gathering controversy, updated {WoW}

Jan 23rd 2009 5:36PM I, in all honesty, will never make a twink, and have no plans to ever make one. But I have talked to quite and few only support the minority of those i have talked to.

One group does it for the sole purpose of being...well..."leet." Feeling superior to all the regular leveling characters that only stay in the bracket for short time. This, of course, is the larger or perhaps more vocal of the two groups, and the one responsible for the stigma of hate that is directed toward them by most.

The second is the group of people who feel the only way to play "fair" is to level the field. In a certain bracket, there is, for the most part, only one best piece for a certain slot. Then, with everyone geared the same, it comes down to skill and skill alone. While the principle is sound, the major flaw in this is that chances are, you will never enter a battleground and have it be only twink v. twink. This is the group that the comment "All of a sudden, people are rising to the top not because of skill alone." is aimed toward.