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WoW Insider's Weekly Webcomic: Safe Passage {WoW}

Jan 4th 2011 4:49PM Got to love the Monty Python reference. /cheer

The Light and How to Swing It: Healing from the front line {WoW}

Jul 18th 2010 6:01PM I thought myself that it was more of a combo point mechanic - the current idea seems to be that all points of Holy Power are used for a single spell, and that the spell's power depends on how many points you have. Seems more like combo points than Runic Power, which is closer to a 'normal' resource.

Twitter developer chat for April 16, 2010, organized by category {WoW}

Apr 16th 2010 8:22PM I'm curious as to how they're able to choose which questions to answer - there are about three or four popping up in the '#BlizzChat' topic every second.

Breakfast Topic: Most frustrating non-drop {WoW}

Aug 6th 2009 8:14AM Hourglass of the Exalted from BM. I ran that instance about 20, 30 times on my hunter, and didn't see that thing drop once.

Of course, the first time I came in on my holy paladin, the thing dropped. :P

Breakfast Topic: Back from school {WoW}

Jul 27th 2009 5:41AM Being 14 myself, having been playing since I was twelve, there's some points here I can agree with here and some that annoy me a little.

I admit that it's hard to find mature WoW players around my age. I personally have to agree with that, as I've often had bad experience with younger players before (and yes, as other posters of my age have said, it's often the ones around 17-21 who seem worst).

However, it really gets irritating having people not invite me to groups before due to my age, before checking my gear, achievements, or referencing guildies on my performance (this admittedly isn't something that happens too often, but the fact that it's happening in the first place is what bugs me).

Honestly, people should judge more off skill, rather than age. I don't see why you'd prefer the 20-year-old university guy that brags about his latest girlfriend and does less damage than the tank, rather than the guy who's younger but less annoying, and who can play his class competently.

Extra note: 'kid-servers' are probably one of the worst things I could see happening. As I said, I acknowledge that some kids can be annoying. I just don't want to be stuck on a server full of noobs who spam trade with their anal jokes.

Breakfast Topic: What's in a name? {WoW}

Jan 14th 2009 7:48PM Also, when I armoried Adirix, there were about 20 others - about 18 of them being Draenei Paladins like myself.

Breakfast Topic: What's in a name? {WoW}

Jan 14th 2009 7:46PM You're not the only one to use an Animorphs character for a char name. ;)