Nov 6th 2011 8:32AM I say have the burning legion be the next faction. You start on a different world doing small easy quests until you arrive on azeroth. From there you are given the mission to disquise yourself as a member of the horde or alliance and attempt to infiltrate their ranks by doing quests. At the same time you will also do quests to subvert some of their successes so that any success they attempt to achieve will eventually be reversed. You will also be testing the strength of your own forces just to be certain that they have not become weak since being stationed so far away from the burning legion. The races will mostly be a mix of once humanoid races and demons: Eredar, Satyr, Naga, Doomguard, Mo'arg, and Shivara. As for the classes, you will find the usual class suspects but instead of relying on the light they use fel magic and corruption to pull off their most powerful heals and summons ie shamans corrupt the elements to make them serve them.
Jun 22nd 2011 4:48PM I suspect that her flirtation with the darker side of elements probably will lead her to try and make an alliance with the burning legion some time soon. If the burning legion can corrupt druids like they did with fandral they could do the same to shaman like magatha.
May 2nd 2011 12:25PM In many ways you could say everyone involved is in some ways committing atrocities against the other. The goblin after all would have been neutral had it not been for the humans trying to slaughter them on the lost isles. On the other hand, the worgen would maybe have stayed neutral as well if not for a forsaken incursion into their territory. In my opinion both sides have suffered in some form an injustice to the other and as such is the situation in war, both are more than willing to commit attrocities if it will get them a small advantage over their opponents. In the end though if you have to measure this story alone based on its merits than in the end you could say all parties involved were stupid. The alliance invested in a road when they should have tried a tunnel. The horde didnt provide enough defense to the tauren so when the allies needed an easy target they got one when they wholesale slaughtered taurajo. In the end both sides could have prevented a massacre but as is the way of war everyone who was innocent paid the price and everyone who stood to make a benefit from the suffering did as such is often the case in war. What I question now is what will become of the tauren after all this? They are walled in except for derelict mountain passes. They have allies attacking their gates all the time. The quillboar are streaming in from the south. In some ways they may soon be in the same boat as the worgen or if a catastrophe should happen, the gnomes. What a pity indeed.
Apr 18th 2011 7:54PM My suggestions to blizzard concerning the mentioned abilities:
Hog: Change hand of guldan to be similar to a hunter's traps with a slightly larger area coverage.
Felguard: Bring back the stacking damage buff capabilities of legion strike for single target to compensate for its weak single target damage.
Metamorphosis: Remove the melee abilties and make the damage based around empowering aoe abillities to inflict more damage over wider areas.
Demonsoul and impending doom: Keep them as they are with no changes.
Sep 21st 2010 2:16PM
Here is something for some fun....The prediction template.
Hmm patch 5.0.2.....I predict that in patch 5.0.2 we will all be getting ready for a new manifest destiny once again into the unknown. After the terrible attack at the hands of, "insert evil name here" we find ourselves once again heading into a land only hinted in lore named "insert typical but ironic lore name here" where we find new allies in "insert known character everyone wishes they could be here" and new enemies "insert model of something mythical here". In the end it will all lead to many battles all culminating in a visit to, "insert scary raid dungeon here". Only after that will we face the comforting peace of "insert motonous daily quest name here" and preparing for "insert name of next expansion pack here".
Aug 2nd 2010 2:20PM You know what Soulburn: Seed of Corruption reminds me of? A std. You bang em with it once and next thing you know they spread it around to everyone they like to hang out with. Nice bliz. Very nice indeed.
Now if they could just give locks an acid for blood addition for those that try to bleed me on a regular basis I will be one happy lock.
Jul 29th 2010 8:46AM Things to avoid doing before cata from least to worst thing you can do:
1. The infamous gear score grind
Why: Gear score may be a slight ego boost now but few months from now it wont be worth squat.
2. Skipping stratholm rivendare mount runs
why: Rivendare mount could be gone come cata so best to get it while you can.
3. Skip exploring on all toons
why: Once cata arrives you will need to explore a lot and actually find the dungeons if you want to use em in dungeon finder.
4. Skip lvling professions
why: Once the profession cap gets raised its gonna be more important than ever to get those new recipes so better to be ready than still making old green items on a constant basis.
5. Skip echo isles event
why: This event will probably be gone come cata so if you want to have a nice overcloak and try a cool event you should not miss it once it starts up
6. Spend gold wastefully
why: Once cata hits you are gonna want every dime you have to spend on things you will need. Last thing you need to do is waste gold now.
7. Stay on dry land at all times
Why: One of the newest zones is practicly underwater most of the time. If you want to enjoy it I would get use to doing some underwater action.
8. Avoid learning where the new areas area
Why: If you do not know where to find hyjal or even uldum than you might as well get use to wearing a dunce cap when you need to ask trade chat for directions
9. Skip flying mount training
Why: Flying mounts wil be very common in azeroth come cata so skipping the chance to soar through previously hidden areas will definately be a pain
10. Not read about the latest changes to your class
Why: All classes are pretty much changing come cata. If you do not have even the slightest clue how much your class has changed than you may be in for one serious rude awakening.
Jul 8th 2010 8:06PM With the sudden increase in druids with cataclysm and likely tree form druids do you think soon or later there may be a possible conflict with the worgen? After all they generally have a considerable tendency to mark their territory so likely its bound to cause a problem when suddenly a worgen decides to mark his or her territory on a tree form druid. I would imagine this will cause some considerable annoyance as more druids find they have been marked in ways they otherwise would not enjoy.
Jun 15th 2010 2:05PM "So I have this wild party one night at thunderbluff. Im getting really really wasted when suddenly this big tauren chick starts making out with me. Suffice to say it was a wierd night mon and so I thought why not see what happens. As start to wake up the next day I started to remember what happened. Now nine months later I got this little bundle to take care of. Moral of the story. Do not get too wasted at parties in thunderbluff. You never know who you may wake up next to the next day."
Apr 27th 2010 4:40PM It was only towards the last second that our heroes discovered it was not a giant eye but the backend of a terrible bunny rabbit. Suddenly a roaring sound hit the air as a foul wind knocked over everyone. Instantly the foul reek choked out the priest who gagged to death while realizing that the bunny rabbit obviously had let loose an extra lethal fart. As the others tried to hearth out, they laughed so hard that they dropped their hearthstones. One by one each choked to death laughing at the fate of the other until all that remained was just the big fat rabbit completely oblivious to the epic wipe it had caused merely with just one foul fart.