Mar 30th 2012 11:19PM Then beta testing probably isn't the right place for ya
Mar 30th 2012 11:49AM In the beta I noticed notes from the devs(?) that are always marked with "PH:"
I tried to figure it out but couldn't. What does it mean? You can see them in the dungeon journal describing some bosses (and even making fun of one that I saw, lol)
Mar 28th 2012 1:02PM There are two things I'm not excited about in MoP:
Pandaren: I think there were better races to choose from. While I will make one in the beta to test it and to play through the starting area (I make it a point to experience every starting area at least once), I don't see myself making one on live.
Pet battles: Nothing really wrong with this, just not my cup of tea. I couldn't care less if it was or wasn't implemented.
I really AM excited about MoP though, and at the top of my list of things I'm excited about are:
-New talent system (don't like relearning my class every xpac, but this looks like it could be pretty fun!)
-Monks (wasn't too thrilled to begin with, but as I learn more I can't wait to make one. Maybe use transmog to make it look like a FF monk?)
-Pandaria (yes, I don't want a panda, but their zones look cool!)
-LFR with variety (different raids)
Mar 21st 2012 9:14PM Previous experience can still be indicative of how long blizz waits between stages of invites
Mar 21st 2012 9:06PM I don't see it in my account, so I'm going to assume I didn't get in this wave. So, for anyone with an educated guess or relevant experiences in the past... When do you think the next wave of invites will be going out? Days? A week? Several weeks?
Mar 19th 2012 5:49PM Will the Monk class be able to dual wield?
Looking at current heirlooms, the weapons for a DPS/Tank Monk would be the Venerable Mass of McGowan and the Dalrend's Sacred Charge. Would be nice (flavor-wise I mean) to see an agility-based heirloom staff introduced to the game. DPS/Tank Monks, and feral druids could use it (yes I know kitties and bears can use the Lava Dredger, but this way they'd have a different option)
Mar 16th 2012 10:30AM Reading between the lines is hard work. People nowadays need things spelled out for them, in no uncertain terms, in multiple languages, and spelled out phonetically or else they start making assumptions that have nothing to do with what was or wasn't said, and get sand in their nether regions.
Mar 16th 2012 12:32AM "5.New zone 86-90 (Pandaria is a small island that no one knows where it is)"
From the way I understood it, while there may be relatively few zones, those zones are friggin BIG! I don't think Pandaria is going to be a "small island"
Mar 15th 2012 10:45PM I think dailies are OK. Not great, but OK. They effectively serve their purpose of gating certain rewards (like the Molten Front dailies did with recipes)
What I really dislike is the unchanged state of these dailies/rewards when the rewards are no longer a top-tier, current item.
Using Molten Front for an example again, that stuff should no longer have such a hefty daily quest requirement to acquire. Maybe remove or at the least severely reduce the required dailies.
I did the Molten Front dailies last year. I don't want to do them again on an alt that just hit 85 day in and day out to get certain recipes.
Mar 11th 2012 4:07PM As stated, you can see that it's round in Wrath content. However, I believe the question in the article was referring to whether or not we're looking at the full map, or if there's a whole new continent between the EK and Kal, on the opposite side of the world from Maelstrom.
You could contend that, since there is no such continent on the maps in the instance (Halls of Stone or Halls of Lightning... forget which one), there is no undiscovered landmass there. However, Pandaria wasn't on those maps either, and, well... its here now. So, like Sacco said, Blizz can pretty much do whatever it wants