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Feb 2nd 2008 5:24PM So, I think the underlying story here is that Ballmer is going down, in some way or another. It is about time. Kudos to Brian.
Jan 25th 2008 4:58PM I have already tried playing WoW on my iPod touch over wifi via Logmein.com, and it works...a little. It would rock to have a full app ready to play on a mobile device, and with iPhone or iPod touch, the internet connection being wifi would allow enough bandwidth to be an interesting and possibly viable idea, so long as the game is stripped down a bit. Mail and Guild chat would be awesome.
Jan 16th 2008 7:06PM Um, extra noobsauce on the side for mine please! Awesome! Now I'm hungry.
Jan 10th 2008 11:11AM BG: Retaliation
I don't play a lot of PvP yet, I should, but I don't enjoy PvP. Perhaps it is because we almost never win on Alliance. We seem to be well organized and execute the game plan well in the beginning, but somehow the Horde always manages to come back and wipe the place clean with us. Not sure if I have ever won a match in EOTS/WSG/AV, but I don't play a ton. Halaa is a lot of fun anytime, but not really a battleground.
Jan 9th 2008 4:55PM I wonder what Blizz's official stance on this is, because at the very least this should be better defined, if not changed to work in more instances (as everyone has pointed out). Is this an old mechanic hanging out that needs to be addressed, or is there some rhyme and reason to this? It seems that there isn't any logic behind the way this is done. I appreciate your thoughts on this, something that has boggled my mind for a while.
Jan 2nd 2008 8:26PM You may not realize it but this soap can actually give you more health, for reelz. If you wash with it, as opposed to not washing, it could keep you from getting ganked in your cube on Monday. Ta-da, healthstone, not just for WoW anymore!
Jan 2nd 2008 11:47AM I play with all kinds of people of all ages, and personally I could care less what age they are. To me, it is a matter of respect, but really on IRL age either. Respecting each other mutually as players, respecting my time, gold, position, and achievements in-game. I am a senior guild leader, and when someone gets out of line and goes against our very flexible guild rules, I have an issue with that because of the lack of respect. You can be 68 or 11, it doesn't make a difference. Sure I have run into the over-stereotyped 11 year who thinks everything is all about them, but the truth is that I meet just as many supposedly "with-it" adults who are no better. I treat everyone equally and within the manner they treat me. Everyone gets a chance to prove their worth, and if they don't, then they don't hold as high in my personal "hall of fame" as they would had they decided to be honorable. I personally enjoy the youthfulness some bring to the game, and even the naivety as well. Keeps the 70's interested in helping those just starting to understand the game, and important aspect of the World we love.
Dec 20th 2007 3:10PM My character names started out coming from my many online screennames, but have branched out to include more toon-appropriate names, like Xorcizm for a pally (not that I play one) or Apparition for a Rogue or warlock, Fayelanx for a shadow priest, etc.
Dec 14th 2007 10:54AM I love Winterspring, Felwood, Nagrand, Netherstorm, Elwynn, Darkshore, Azshara. I guess I am a moody person and those zones suit my weird moods.