Feb 20th 2007 7:47PM to 39
Essentially, you just use your Ipod as a hard drive.
When you use it like that, you don't have to copy anything to your main computer at all. I don't have a personally assigned work computer, but I can sit down at *any* computer with an Internet connection and play. It actually runs *faster* than if it were on my hard drive at home. In fact, I play *exclusively* from my Ipod, even at home, because the speed is that much bettter for me (admittedly, I have a crummy computer at home)
It rocks :)
Feb 20th 2007 3:23PM Here's the trick . . .Ipods!
I have a 60gig Ipod and nowhere near that much music.
I activated the part that lets it work like a flashdrive and transferred my whole WoW file onto it (its about 5 or 6 gigs) including all my mods. Now, I use my Ipod for work (storing documents and whatnot) as well as being able to play WoW on it.
Add to the fact that I'm a Young Adult Librarian and I can actually get away with playing it on my breaks and at lunch (and a little more if I'm careful), and you got good times!
Thanks Apple! (and thanks Blizzard for not doing the whole resgisty thing which would only let wow work on one computer)
Nov 2nd 2006 2:32PM I have always justified mobs not dropping body parts as battle damage.
i.e. 'Oh if only I had been more lucky, I wouldn't have destroyed that goretusks liver when I killed it"
Another explanation is that a lot of these things are magical ingrediants and as such have to be 'pure' or 'special'. That would explain why a lot of stuff you 'harvest' can't be used.