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Scattered Shots: Pistols for hunters? {WoW}

Jun 10th 2010 5:27PM Ghostcrawler promised me a Colt .45?

Enter to win an Ethereal Soul-Trader {WoW}

Jun 2nd 2010 4:53PM Good sirs, I would highly enjoy this item that you are handing out, and would put it to good use.

Thank you,


Mastery bonus in Cataclysm to encourage proper gear choices {WoW}

Mar 1st 2010 8:59PM With the exceptions of healthcare and world peace, is there anything that's not happening in Cataclysm?

Know Your Lore: Lore 101, part 1 {WoW}

Feb 22nd 2010 9:59PM TL;DR version:

The WoW universe is bloody large!

WRUP: Why am I still awake edition {WoW}

Feb 6th 2010 12:55PM In game: Not much.

Out of game: Saturday I have the Merseyside Derby (Everton FC vs. Liverpool FC, english football/soccer) and England vs. Wales in the Six nations rugby tournament.

Sunday: Eh, not much. Guess I'll just raid or something.

15 Minutes of Fame: Pulverizing the World of Warcraft {WoW}

Jan 19th 2010 8:38PM This guy should have infinite hit rating....

How the WoW community is about to push the self-destruct button {WoW}

Dec 13th 2009 10:20AM Adam ( the writer), you are absolutely correct in this article. But, i'm now going to draw parallels to real life.

Imagine the WoW playerbase as a country of 12 million. Now, this country has a few problems. 1. There is no chance for a democracy to work. 2. Other countries are putting pressure on The federated states of Blizzard (xD) to change tax laws ( Subscription is "taxes", and China is putting pressure on our country to change them). 3. The administration has to keep people happy, but cannot give them power. Because of this, 3 factions are forming: Normal people (players who just go along with it), peaceful protestors (people who try to change things with logic and evidence), and violent rebels ( people who shout " GC SUCK!!!11!!1" and so on).

So, we have our scenario. Now, how should our country handle this?

1. Step up enforcement on the "violent rebels". The more we kill (ban), the less likely it is for other people to do the same thing.

2. Listen to the smart protestors! If we reply and let them know that their input is being listened too, more people will take the smarter approach to protesting.

3. Make it clear that they do their best to keep the country (game) fair, and point out that they have millions of people to care about, not just one person. They do the best for the community.

4. Compromise with China. The more money they make in China, the more money they have to do cool things for all of us.

In other words, blizzard should step up enforcement on the idiots, listen to the smart blokes, and try to keep the community from self destructing.

Dwarf levels solely by exploring, gains World Explorer at level 17 {WoW}

Jul 26th 2009 6:22PM Well, this story is personal! I WAS in the Modan Co. ( loved the guys, did not like the RP style). Either way, I remember a month or so back when this was just a little fun thing this bloke was doing. he just was saying in OOC chat, ehh, lets try to have some fun.

All I can say is;


Breakfast Topic: Is Blizzard doing faction change the right way? {WoW}

Jul 2nd 2009 9:48AM Thinking about it, it will probably work like this:

Any neutral gear remains the same.

Any faction specific gear will be mirrored as closely as possible (if you have a faction specific quest weapon, it will be swapped for something almost the same. A computer can calculate this), or be given an equivalent ( alliance T9 to horde T9).

Mounts will be transferred through a computer. You get mounts of the race you choose, and then other mounts are copied through a system. For example, 1 epic human horse= 1 undead horse.

Achievements will be mirrored, or given something equal.

Breakfast Topic: How do you cope with burnout? {WoW}

Jun 18th 2009 8:11AM Do what I did. Transfer to an RP server.

And no, it is NOT as nerdy as people say.