Oct 24th 2011 4:36PM I was also really excited with the prospect of being able to pick up rare companions for exorbitant amounts of gold on the auction house, or being able to sell some of my companions for the same, though I would have a hard time losing a pet on ALL of my characters.
Oct 19th 2011 4:14PM Thank you The Daily Quest! I have taken that youtube video and made it into my new text message notification!
Oct 14th 2011 4:12PM The way they could get around this problem is to have 2 item ids. The first item would be bind on equip, and that could be listed on the auction house. Once it is consumed it could create another item similar to the onyxian whelpling or the blizzard bear that would be bind on account (and thus unable to be sold.)
This would, however, severely limit the market as each player would only need one pet per account, instead of one for each petcrazy collector toon they make.
Oct 14th 2011 12:53PM What service did you/are you going to use to posterize the image? Were are (will you be) able to keep the image at the resolution that it is on the screen?
Oct 14th 2011 12:30PM I on occasion go to play WoW at my brother's house, and his connection is laggy and spotty. When that happens we pull out my Verizon DROID Bionic and use 4g tethering to connect 3 computers to the internet and play wow through it. The lag is nearly nonexistent where I live with the 4g and while we don't raid, the battlegrounds and dungeons are seamless on this connection.
Just my $0.02
Sep 22nd 2011 11:20AM You're level 58, which means outland, which means you get faction rep only with the dungeon you're in, not with a tabard. I love Outland, and when I get there I like to do each of the dungeons at least once, but I love to quest in between. My favorite zones are Zangarmarsh, Nagrand, and Netherstorm, as they provide the greatest sense of "alien planet" in much of the game. Also, if you're an achievement hunter I'd make sure to get hills like white elekk and the Ring of Blood in Nagrand. Just my $.02
Sep 15th 2011 11:43AM If you can track down DOS copies of Warcrafts 1, 2, and Beyond the Dark Portal, you can use a program called DOSBox (http://www.dosbox.com/) to install and play them. The games play flawlessly on my modern system. You do need a little dos know how, or else you'll need to look for dosbox guides to get you started.
The games are fun, and while difficult, there are cheat codes to make things easier so you can get along with the story and lore bits.
Also, in answer to your original question, 1 and 2 are not quite as canonical as Warcraft 3, but still worth playing.
Jun 8th 2011 9:53AM I learned you just have to repeatedly turn left... That usually got me through all the bosses...eventually...
May 10th 2011 5:36PM "Dad, I'm in the nether!" "I'm proud of you son" "Are you the nether?" "Yes, now we are a family again"
May 5th 2011 11:56AM Yeah, well... I'm gonna go build my own theme park, with blackjack and hookers. In fact, forget the park!