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The Queue: WoW 4.0 {WoW}

Jul 9th 2009 3:08AM Well, visual recognition is an issue as Boydboyd said... anyway.. why making just a class playable for both factions..? I was thinking of a new faction with new races and new classes would be something more desireble... at least from my point of view..

A new faction with the ability to choose if it stays neutral or become friend/enemy with any of the others factions...Ofc .. probabbly this will never happen because of the work involving such a major change, but i still believe is something nice to see..

Shifting Perspectives: A brief history of time {WoW}

May 13th 2009 1:34PM I can't believe that much time has passed since i started playing.. yes.. a druid. I still play a druid.. not the same ( changed US with EU, and Alliance with Horde ) but is fun to bring back those memories ..
I still remember when every other class had a mount, except druids , because of the " Plainsrunning " talent we had ..

Officers' Quarters: Ball and chain {WoW}

Apr 27th 2009 1:32PM We have a women too in guild ..hmm.. maybe more than one.. i'm not sure since on TeamS speak only officers are voiced usually, so everyone else types and we never hear the voices of the others..However, she managed to become one of the leaders of our guild and she does her job well.

Saying : "Women..." isn't the case.Some womens can play, some not. As, actually, we can say about mens too.

.. back on topic..
yeah.. it's a damn hard thing to take a decision like that, especially when this can lead to a "Real Life" problem and not only to an "in-game" one..
Scott probably covered more than most of us can come up i won't write again what he said..
anyway.. my point is.. mens or womens.. when it comes to skills .. is always an iddue sorting them out :)

Breakfast Topic: A change of pace {WoW}

Apr 1st 2009 9:22AM I recently decided to partially step back from WoW.Partially, because i still login every friday to raid.I took this decision because my son is at the age ( 2 years) when he learn to play and socialize.If i ignore him so i can play WoW, well.. i don't even take this option in cosideration.
The fact is that, even if i did this step and choosed to play only 1 night/week , i still read every single WoW related web article i can find and i still reply to any new thread on the guild website.I can't say that i'm totally away from the game.And is true, i started to became a clicker and to forget my's a bit harder to get back into the game after a while.
And if sometimes during the weekend i get into the game while my son sleeps, i'm there just to be there. Nothing to do.. maybe, only, to farm some mobs for the gold needed to buy those friday's raid flasks, pots and buff food..