Jun 8th 2010 8:19AM I always rise to the defense of the attacked. It is not always the best idea, but I just hate the bullies. IRL in high school I was the bully or with the bully, not proud of it, but it was high school and I decided to eat not be eaten. I should probably just stay quiet and hope things will calm down or blow over, my blood boils and there is no chance of that. You are in a group for maybe a half hour a little kindness please. I have been kicked a few times for such grievous atrocities as defending a hunter rolling on a sword. The bully was a mage and said the hunter never had to melee and should not have rolled on the sword. I merely pointed out that mage were not well known for their melee prowess either and there I was standing on the dock, no satchel for you. No it was not a spell power sword, no I still don’t get it either. Still I won’t stop I am not a bully anymore but I still don't want to be eaten.
May 21st 2010 9:09AM I absolutely agree. I am very much in favor of class specific quest chains, with class only rewards. There is a bit too much homogenization of class ability for my taste; I see the big picture though. To counter the class ability splash, class specific quest chains and rewards could go a long way to making a warlock feel less mangy (sorry mageish idk) /shrug. I got the swift flight form and the warlock mount through the quest chains and they were among my favorite. The Warlock mount chain is magnificent and when you first summon that horny fire footed sucker you know you are a force to be reckoned with. Can I haz the cool mount with the bones and fire, please, mister trainer sir, just lame in comparison. At least the chains are still available to those that are not in so much hurry to 80. If the class specific chains disappear that would be a huge hole in the WOW experience in my book.
May 18th 2010 8:42AM Ok I held up my end. Can I haz my lootz now. Thanks
Apr 30th 2010 10:19AM
Yes, Yes, Yes, bigger badder huge fights in huge rooms with quest tie-ins followed all the way to the final boss. The npc's who aksed for help coming along to see that they get thier money's worth. Seriously wounded NPC's handing out loot in a (cut scene) private ceremony for the hero's who beat the boss. I loved the end of The Bloodmyst quest line. My spacegoat pally tear'd up a bit to see that all his effort on behalf of other had not gone unnoticed. Where were the death knights in ICC? Who had more reason to hate the Lich King? HoR should have extended to the last fight, with the AC the DK's and the factions involved all the way to the end. O well there is always next time right, I am right aren't I, next time it will be epic, right?
Apr 30th 2010 9:59AM I don't really see a problem for the larger community. I like being in Molten or the Silithis raids with just a few people. I wish Naxx was still available in its 40 man size. I feel like our group is exploring an area left from a more ancient time. I get a really good felling from being in a very large space with beautiful art design and only a few people. I get that it offends your sense of proportion. From your description it sounds like no matter where in WOW you go you will always be thinking what the guys in the design department could do better, too bad. When I go into Blackrock or Silithis I am in an historical place killing evil monsters above and beyond a game, I feel transported, immersed. So I hope for huge dangerous places in all expansions not a perfectly tuned space for a prescribed number of toons. That is epic to me.
Apr 29th 2010 12:57PM On my way to the drake this was the one that almost nixed it for a year, making it a longer, stranger trip. I bet hard knocks had some others cursing. The only way I got through it was to get my son who is good at PVP to finish it for me. My son hated this because it messed up the battlegrounds, and you know how wound up people can get. The language filter was working overtime I bet. Cost me a trip to Carl's Jr. but the drake was worth it woot.
Apr 16th 2010 9:09AM Lets get tha dwarf prince/princess born hey, what da ya say thier lad.