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Breakfast Topic: The N-word {WoW}

May 26th 2006 9:49AM "asshat" has been a favorite of mine...not sure what it means... but sounds funny nonetheless.

The Inspiration for the Draenei Dance {WoW}

May 18th 2006 10:04AM WOW... that's awesome.

Did someone just come across that?

or did Blizzard actually say that's where they got it from? either way...

that's hillarious!

Money-Making Tips for PvP'ers {WoW}

Mar 7th 2006 2:45PM I love the fact that nobody commented.

Not that this isn't a good topic... but everyone's protective of their gold!

I have to agree though... raising money on a PvP is pretty tough.

Patch 1.10 News: Priest Updates {WoW}

Feb 17th 2006 9:19AM yay!

i'm glad to see them adding more group type spells, it's annoying as it is to buff everyone individually.

Blizzard Rumored To Have Bought 1500 New Servers {WoW}

Feb 9th 2006 10:23PM Well i sure hope they are for WOW, god knows it needs something. But the article mentioned that they might possibly be for something up and coming... has everyone forgot about their next push? Starcraft: Ghost Recon. I know it has multiplayer capabilities.

WoW as birth control? {WoW}

Feb 9th 2006 10:45AM I loved this Ad the first time i saw it... sadly enough.. my girlfriend agreed! LOL... ahahhaha... ahhhh... *sigh

Breakfast Topic: BG Twinks {WoW}

Feb 6th 2006 9:55AM Honestly i don't care too much for BG at lower levels... especially Warsong Gultch. It's like playing Quake III Arena, minus the cool guns to blow people away.

I do think when it comes to PvP though, that there should be caps on the enchanting of items. It doesn't seem fair to the lower level players that are playing their mains.

Making enchants have a level requirement like all other professions is a great way to deal with this problem. Now let's just see if Blizzard will actually respond to it.

Breakfast Topic: Cross-platform? {WoW}

Feb 3rd 2006 9:36AM My biggest concern is the flood of new traffic. Blizzard really needs to figure out how to handle the high volume before considering this. As it is... most of the servers have queue lines up the wahzooo. Just imagine a whole new round of noobs loggin on.

I think Blizzard would be better off having Starcraft: Ghost be cross platform. I mean really, does Blizzard need to make any more money. I think they should take the money they're making now and improve on how there servers handle their load. How many of us have fallen into the lava pit in IronForge when stepping out of the inn!?

Duel rules {WoW}

Jan 27th 2006 9:48AM A duel is a duel, and a player should be able to use whatever resources that are available to them. If a player uses a potion, the other should do the same. With the 2min wait on potions, there's only room for one.

Now as far as priest's healing, of course they should be able to. Priest's have a lot less DPS and Armor, so they should use what ever they have. That's the nature of the game, and that is what Blizzard has taken into consideration.

I say.. the only rules that should stand are help from the outside when it's a one on one, that is just common sense. Other than that... no holds barred.

Login Problems {WoW}

Jan 10th 2006 9:35AM I agree on this... it's annoying that we pay for this service but have to wait. But i guess that goes with any type of service that us consumers want... we want our cake and we want to eat it too. We want to play on a server with thousands of people at the same time, but don't want to have to wait until that is technically possible with no problems.

I think that with the amount of money Blizzard is pulling in on this game, they should really consider a lot of these things. Hey, if the server is full and maxed out... Put in a new server that can handle a bit more, and/or limit the amount of new accounts coming on to that server.

You would think they would be able to figure out what to do with the millions of dollars they are making, a way to make our gameplay experience a bit better, without having to way a shiny new piece of candy (another new server) in our face to distract us.