Apr 12th 2011 11:26AM Thank you very much for mentioning The OverLores! We'll get you back on the show soon, and hopefully we can get some of the WoW Insider Show crew on as well for some lore talk.
Aug 12th 2010 5:56PM Brilliant!
I love the "feel" of this game, it's like they *knew* I wanted a story driven game with destructive robots and a platforming mechanic that also (seems to at the least) has a puzzle solving element.
Apr 26th 2010 1:43PM The biggest issue I see happening is that people are locked into the mindset of raiding as it exists today. This same thing happened at discussion of TBC launch, and the same thing happened at the discussion of Wrath launch.
Raiding is going to be substantially different in Cataclysm. That is the simplest way to explain it. Expect a LOT to change. This is just a precursor to that. Cataclysm is going to be very much the WoW 2.0 launch. It's in the same land with the same characters, but the changes we are seeing as a preview thus far show clearly just how much change is coming our way.
Just relax, and ride the wave of change, because it's going to be... dare I say... cataclysmic?
Apr 5th 2010 3:20PM I like it, go one step further though, and call it "The Ninja"
Now that title is full of win.
Apr 5th 2010 3:17PM Apologies, this was meant to be a reply to an earlier reply. The point was made that a 310% drake is awarded for completion of the "What a Long Strange Trip It's Been" achievement to counter my stating that the achievement should garner a title. My response above, obviously.
Apr 5th 2010 3:15PM This is true Saregos, however the other achievements that also reward a 310% Proto-Drake also apply themselves to a recognizable title. See the Glory of the Ulduar Raider ( http://www.wowhead.com/?achievement=2958 ) Yes, this achievement does not have a title attached, but it is reasonably certain that when someone has achieved this, they have also garnered one of the titles within Ulduar, This ( http://www.wowwiki.com/Conqueror_of_Ulduar ) is an example.
Yes, they are not directly tied, however when receiving the Violet drake you do have the titles for each holiday, but not a meta title.
An argument can certainly be made either way, both sides hold water, but the sheer amount of dedication necessary to finish the achievement is deserving of a title certainly, one of it's own, that's shows completion.
Apr 3rd 2010 12:53PM Considering most of the festivals involve food and/or certain beverages, perhaps "The Bloated" or "The Stuffed" ?
I do like "The Festive" :)
Apr 3rd 2010 10:18AM This.
I love this.
If I knew I would get that title I would force myself to finish out the last 30 points or so I need in fishing.
Apr 3rd 2010 10:16AM What a Long Strange Trip It's Been... definitely deserves a title attached. There are only a handful of achievements that require a minimum of 12 months of work, if any.
For this achievement, I recommend the title "Tripped Out" either as a pre-name or post-name title.
IE: "Rilandune the Tripped Out" or "Tripped Out Rilandune"
Make it so
Jan 8th 2010 2:26PM If you make a statement like that you need to back it up with some logic. I will not begin to get into a discussion on the fault scheme of a murder. However, I will ask this - how can you justify your statement of someone getting hacked not being their fault?
One could certainly make the argument that it is not always and entirely the fault of the user, but you would have a very hard time proving "If you got hacked it is NOT your fault"
If you get a spam email and you open it and click on the link that leads to a keylogger infection, how is that not your fault? If you are told countless times that a Blizzard employee will never ask you for your account information yet you respond to a fraudulent email with your login and password, how is that not your fault?
The use of the word "fault" is rather improper in this respect, responsibility would be better.