Apr 16th 2010 8:27PM Is it me or did they not understand the reference to Ravens?
Apr 13th 2010 7:09AM My death knight would look amazing trailing pretty pretty flowers and grass behind him...
Oct 8th 2009 11:18PM Well that was eloquent.
Oct 7th 2009 1:41PM Maybe I'm just being bitter because of all the emblems I've already spent...but this trend of making the previous set of gear obsolete almost immediately is getting rather annoying. In the past your gear still had some shine to it even in a new patch, it was relatively difficult to obtain and the gear reflected the effort put into it.
Now...it's as if Blizzard is saying "Sorry your gear is old and busted, here have some of the new hotness with little to no effort." I get the appeal of trying to let casual raiders have a shot at the big stuff but at the same time you're making the gear less and less valuable every time you do this.
Oct 3rd 2009 9:09PM What's so wrong about missing a guy that was entertaining and informative? I still miss teachers and professors I've had in the past and they were about as distant as BRK. The guy was cool and very excited about the class overall and that rubbed off on me.
Then again you're just trolling me, so I'm really just taking the bait here.
Oct 3rd 2009 11:07AM I think a lot of us that still player hunters of any race were inspired by BRK. I miss him...still listen to his old podcasts and watch his videos from time to time when I'm on my Hunter. He taught me how to do it right, I'll never forget that.
Sep 21st 2009 4:44PM This gets incredibly annoying...everyone suggests that Garrosh easily won that fight...and I kinda get it. I was there too, I watched the fight but if you look at the extended lore, for example the comic...they paint a VERY different picture of that fight. One where Garrosh is lucky that Thrall didn't snap his neck like a twig.
Thrall even mentions to Jaina after the summit at Theramoore that he may have to kill Garrosh if this attitude continues. Just because he's Hellscreams brat doesn't mean he's some all powerful warrior.
Apr 26th 2009 3:49PM It's true enough that both sides share some guilt in this but I can't help but feel like we've seen this before...the further Varian pushes his people to war for his own selfish needs the more he resembles Arthas.
I'm not suggesting that we get to Icecrown and poof knock over Arthas just for Varian to become the new Lich King but I get the feeling we're not done with their interaction.
It's been shown that the two were friends when they were younger and quite similar. I think Christie Golden described Arthas as a poor metal in comparison to Varian. Where Varian might bend and warp during a time of great crisis Arthas simply cracked.
I'm starting to wonder if after all this time Varian might crack as well.
Apr 14th 2009 7:34AM I'm actually really looking forward to reading this, the preview alone got me waiting with baited breath.