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BlizzCon 2011: Opening Ceremony Liveblog {WoW}

Oct 21st 2011 1:40PM In the words of the comedian Kevin Hart:

"alright alright ALRIIIGGGHHHHTTT!!!, you gone learn today!"

Patch 4.3 PTR: Raid testing schedule for Oct. 17-18 {WoW}

Oct 17th 2011 5:09PM Looks like Ultraxion was supposed to be Chimeron from the Thrall book?

Buff(ing) For BlizzCon: Carving out Caverns of Time and unarmed combat {WoW}

May 20th 2010 2:10PM @Dave

Yea man, i hear ya. I was diagnosed with cancer last year (at the age of 26) and am going through a bitter divorce right now, but as I look back on then and even now, there is always a small window of time where we can do SOMETHING, whether it be small or large, it still counts as a victory.

Hell even when people raid ICC or any other raid, when they call for a 5 min afk or are explaining a boss fight that you know, we can get out of the chair and do some push-ups or something.

Anything is better than nothing. Its a hard hard habit to start, but as we all know, once something becomes habit (Smoking, Drinking, playing WoW)...............habits are hard as f@ck to break out of, so why not have a habit of getting fit and eating healthy :)

Grats to all who regularly work out and stuff, and much support and understanding to those who are starting and having a hard time.

WoW Moviewatch: Nub Tales ep. 2: Shadowmourne {WoW}

May 20th 2010 12:36PM "You're so money bro, you dont even know"

lol

Buff(ing) For BlizzCon: Carving out Caverns of Time and unarmed combat {WoW}

May 20th 2010 11:12AM In order to have a better quality of life, it all starts with your health.

The way you feed and treat your body tells a lot about how you value yourself. You want your life to be better or to be able to have the energy to do more? Its going to start with your physical state.

We can all come up with excuses or "explanations" of why we do not work out, but honestly, if we have any time at all to play WoW or any other game/watch tv/ or hell even browse the internet, a portion of that time can be dedicated to making you more healthy................hell you may even prolong your life by a few years.

WoW Moviewatch: Wardens of Azeroth {WoW}

May 18th 2010 12:23PM From what I can see (i watched both parts, but will comment on Part 1).

There is this rare Albino Drake who is about to be born into this world. He is of some importance because Alexstraza and the leaders of the other dragonflights are there to watch it be born. Its a story about this Drake entering the world, young, naive, and curious as to what the world has to offer. For a couple of years the Drake is mentored by each dragonflight and tought there ways and their purpose in the world of Azeroth.

What is truly unique about this Drake is that he isnt born into the Blue/Red/Green/Bronze/Black dragonflights, so he is truly unique, yet sadly alone in the world as he is the only one of his kind. He learns and observes and begins his journey on Azeroth being "caught up" on the current state and events.

But what is his true purpose? What will be his mark on Azeroth?

Breakfast Topic: Death Knights and you {WoW}

Dec 30th 2008 9:08PM I leveled my DK to 80 before any of my other level 70s. My other highest level is my 71 Holy Paladin.

My main reason was to make sure my guild has at least one good DK. I knew there would be a whole lot of DKs running around and we would get a bad name. But you know what? Its not that different from Rogues, Hunters, Ret Paladins, Fury Warriors, Enhance Shamans and every other FoTM class.

Some are good, a crapload are immature and bad............but isnt that the story of WoW? Arent there players like that ALWAYS in WoW?

Same ole story, different year. But dont rule out all DKs just because of the class, cause you will pass over some of us good players due to "omgz all DKs are n00bz"

Counterpoint: Yes, we should track raiding progression {WoW}

Dec 4th 2008 5:14PM I love the new way WoW has gone.

I quit WoW like 6 times when TBC came out. Why? Because if I wanted to progress in the storyline of Warcraft, I had to spend 3 hours a night raiding some hard ass encounters just to further the story, or to know what's up with Illidan or Kael'thas or Hyjal.

I never got to see Black Temple, I never finshed the Sunwell, I never went to Hyjal. Why? Because I had to make a choice between grinding end-game or spending time with my wife. Long story short, I kept quitting because there was nothing else to do, everything else was for hardcore raiding guilds.

Im a casual player and I love the fact that I will get a chance to see some cool end-game content without having to risk being nagged to hell by my wife. I like the fact that I have a shot at some epic gear.

Should hardcore raiding guilds get harder dungeons and better epics? HELL YES

Should casual guilds/player be kept out of end-game because they dont have 3-4 hours to grind a dungeon out? HELL NO

For the first time since Vanilla WoW, im actually having fun now.