Jul 30th 2010 11:50AM Forgot about the loot code contests. I should put in an entry.
Jul 27th 2010 10:56AM I'm here to win prizes and chew bubblegum. And I'm all out of bubblegum.
Apr 17th 2010 7:38PM Snake? SNAKE? SNAAAAAAAA --
*distracted by puppies*
Mar 26th 2010 11:55AM I've discovered that the barbershop chairs are a fantastic place to sit undisturbed and follow chat, though the scenery could use some work.
Mar 19th 2010 9:51AM I also noticed that World of Matticus is listed under "Warlocks", which is news to me, and I'm sure it's news to Matticus as well, since it's strictly healing. ;)
Awesome page. Bookmarked!
Mar 12th 2010 11:47AM Confirmed! http://twitter.com/WoWInsider/status/10039958516
Feb 25th 2010 8:14PM I had a thought regarding your problem. Pressing both the left and right buttons causes your character to "run & steer", so that you run forward, moving the mouse around to turn your entire character. I just took a look at my own configuration since I use this a lot, and according to my keybind settings, "run & steer" are both clear; I don't see any setting at all that says "left and right mouse button", or "button 1 and 2", or any combination like that.
It looks like this may be default behavior that you can't change, unless an addon will disable it.
Feb 23rd 2010 11:53PM I agree, and I also thought that the point of Daily Blues was to be able to share Blue Posts from the forums that don't merit their own Wow.com article.
Feb 18th 2010 1:29PM Several months ago, a friend on Facebook noticed that I some of the WoW apps like Hearthstone, and commented, "Wow, I didn't know you played WoW!" I thought it was funny, because she was a friend from High School who I hadn't talked to in 12 years, so I have no idea WHY she'd know I played.
Also, I have the Murloc gurgle set as my notification message on my cell phone when I get text messages, but unfortunately it's never gone off when I've been in public. I'd love to see someone panic some day because they think they've just aggroed an entire coastline of mobs.
Jan 29th 2010 8:28AM I've actually been intrigued by Blizzard's own response to this question. In WarCraft 3, Arthas slaughtered his own townspeople, all human, and it was ambiguous whether they had eaten the plagued grain; As far as Jaina and Uther were concerned, Arthas was slaughtering innocents, since there was no indication of their infection. You actually have to smash houses and chase them out of their homes before killing them!
However, in WarCraft's Culling of Stratholme, you enter the city, and all of its citizens change into the Scourge before your party kills them. At this point, it's no longer an argument of whether it's right or wrong, it's really the only choice the party (and Arthas) have.