May 19th 2010 12:42PM The first screen shots I saw from the game was Teldrasil. I was a huge NE player in Warcraft 3 and seeing the Night elves areas ultimately made me try WoW. The colorful trees, the roads and the lamps on the side path brings a sense of comfort and security that I thought made you feel at home. I go back there from time time just to find that peace.
Nov 5th 2009 12:41PM I agree with Moonkinmaniac. These buyable pets will have to be much better than any other pet if Blizz wants to make money off em. Think about it: buyable pet has x animation, but regular in game pets don't. When I compare my Orange Tabby Cat to another player's Dark Whelpling, I know that obtaining one is possible and will be a great reward for my hard work. But when I compare it to a Pandaren Monk or lil KT, there's a new hurdle to overcome and this one doesn't feel right when I'm already paying my monthly subscription. I feel the content of the game should be available to me if I work hard enough.
They crossed a line indeed here.
Oct 12th 2009 11:52PM That's what I was trying to say earlier. My account is actually a friend's account which he gave to me because he didn't like the game (he leveled to lv11 then got bored). Now the account details are mine exept for the name and I am wondering if I'm going to have any problems merging this account with my own Bnet account (under my own name).
Oct 12th 2009 4:12PM hmm, what happens if my WoW account doesn't have the same name as my Bnet account?
I'm pretty sure I'm not the only one in that situation.
Apr 27th 2009 5:16PM Quote: I worked as an operations and personnel director for a symphony orchestra ... there is a nod to the fifth movement of Berlioz's Symphonie Fantastique in the loading screen's music ...
I think you should do an article on WoW's music. Info like this above is really interesting but if you aren't really in classical music, you just miss it. Are there any more references to classical repertoire in WoW's soundtrack?
Feb 24th 2009 8:02AM Hi Nick.
I really feel that I am the target audience for this post. My Lock is my alt (first caster class I play, I've been tanking with my warrior since 2005!), and I'll be hitting 80 shortly. I have no idea what to do and what to go after when I get there. This article helps a lot and gives me a good base to start with as a caster.
I hope that will encourage you to write for us less experienced warlocks again in the future.