Jan 2nd 2011 1:56PM As Richard Nixon is a crook
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Jan 2nd 2011 1:51AM As Richard Nixon is a crook
So this comment is an entry
Sep 19th 2010 12:37AM I do like the idea of running around on all fours. Just remembering being on that horse in Northrend, with the Worgen trying to run you down gives me chills. But the Worgen are a dual-natured race. They should at least get early access to Stormwind horses as well. It wouldn't really be gamebreaking, though it could lead to a bunch of "Why do Worgen get a choice for their mounts when I have to ride a stupid (insert mount)?" QQ. I do also like the idea of carriages; a small, one-person carriage with a single horse, maybe upgradeable to a two-person carriage for the sixty mount (and make it able to carry a passenger). Of course, there's going to be a lot of Tauren QQ anyway (and for good reason; I wanted Plainsrunning too, just not the shitty version that got axed) so why not.
What I'd like to see:
--At 20, the Gilneas riding trainer tells you something like, "Now, it's up to you to choose. If you would recover your humanity and ride atop your steed, travel the roads of Azeroth, as a human, go now to Eastvale Logging Camp, east of Stormwind. You should appear to them as one of their own, and be able to purchase a fine horse. Should you choose to embraced your cursed nature, I will teach you to tear through the night and underbrush as a wolf" From there, you choose whether you want a horse or Running Wild. If you choose a horse, you can buy horses just like a Human, but you're locked out of Running Wild (or maybe you can earn a second chance through Gilneas reputation: "You seem to have grown comfortable with your cursed nature."). If you choose Running Wild, you don't gain access to horses except through reputation.
--When Running Wild, you're a Worgen. When using any other mount, you're a Human. Why? Because when using a mount, you're becoming more like a man, whereas when running on all fours, you're more like a beast. Dual-natured, remember.
--During the 1.5 second cast of Running Wild: If you're in human form, a sped-up version of the transformation animation that leaves you on all fours instead of standing upright; if you're in worgen form, you drop to all fours and howl. Or maybe stretch. But the howl would be cooler.
*shrug* Just my two cents on the matter.
Sep 18th 2010 11:58PM @Sayce Don't you have to rope horses in Northrend?
Sep 18th 2010 11:55PM Nothing in Gilneas? Man, the women there must all be lesbians...
Sep 1st 2010 10:20AM Well, considering that, while typing this, I'm wearing a t-shirt proclaiming the awesomeness of instant ramen, a necklace based on Chemical Wedding, a custom Paranoia Agent hoodie, and a maroon beret with Absinthe Junk buttons, I'm most certainly not a geek. /sarcasm.
Jul 14th 2010 8:51AM Agree w/ Artificial. There's more to the rogue archetype than sneaking around and stabbing. Pirates are part of said archetype and everyone knows pirates are loud, rakish drunks flailing wildly; highwaymen are rogues because they don't fight fair: they jump out, kick your arse any way they can or pull off a nut shot and run like hell; ronin fit the archetype, but they usually use katanas and wear heavier armor; hell, the Necromancer from D2 and Conan the Barbarian both fit the archetype because they don't fight fair and fight for the loot.
May 26th 2010 6:52PM Yeah, love my rogue. It was my first character, and is still my main. To this day, I've never leveled anything that had just the sheer fun of leveling a sub rogue. Still sub for PvP because, again, of the sheer fun. I always love running with other rogues, whether combat or muti or hell, even sub. I mean, I've leveled other toons (two 80's with a smattering of other levels) but nothing even compares to my rogue.
"I get whispered by my fellow assassins in raids and even in Dalaran when a friendly rogue walks by, letting me know that I could gain two agility by moving the prismatic gem to my pants."
...You sure those are rogues and not prostitutes?
May 6th 2010 1:07PM So, basically what I see is "you can get some cool stuff by getting these professions, but you can go ahead and keep doing what you're doing." Hope I just saved someone some time.
Apr 17th 2010 1:04AM Thank Nyarlathotep... I'm one of those people who loves their snowy gryphons... Being able to ride it without being slower than hell is a godsend... Of course, I will miss my talbuk a little...