Jan 3rd 2010 11:50PM Free stuff is great. This would be a good time to say how much I admire the WoW.com team's work, most especially your op-ed pieces. I realize this is chosen through some type of randomized system, so clearly this is not brown nosing, haha. Keep up the great work!
Oct 28th 2009 7:50PM Count me in. Must... make... friends... jealous! In all honesty, they woudn't care, but it does look pretty sweet. Thanks for throwing this awesome contest, guys, and keep up the great work!
Oct 28th 2009 3:26PM I absolutely love the style in which you're doing this segment of "Choose My Adventure". It really brings back the "RP" in MMORPG.
I'm currently playing in a permadeath guild on the Argonessen (sp?) server, but hopefully I'll have some time this next week to join your guild. Keep up the amazing work!
Oct 18th 2009 3:20AM Ooooh it's shiny! ... I wants it!
Oct 12th 2009 6:53PM I'm so glad that DDO won the segment this time around. I've also migrated over to DDO as a F2P and I'm having an awesome time. Pro tip: If you want the truest pen-and-paper experience within an online world, try a permadeath guild. It makes for a much more challenging and fulfilling game.
Oct 8th 2009 10:51PM I'd bind it to the key that brings Heroic Leap back from the WotLK beta.
Jul 31st 2009 11:37AM I just got to reading this article this morning and I have to say it is incredible. An MMO that truly creates heroes with realistic (not simply durability loss or XP loss) consequences for their actions would be one that I would sign up for immediately.
While slaying the undead with my Dwarf Warrior I have to almost trick myself into thinking I haven't done this before, which is becoming tiresome. Hopefully I'll be around to see the day when this type of online world is not only possible, but accepted. Great read, Akela!
May 20th 2009 10:55AM I play a Warrior (Prot/Arms) as well, Matthew and I hate Fury spec for some reason. Also, I've never tried it (jeez this makes me look bad) because I just could never appreciate the aesthetic of the spec. I'd rather be a master of weapons so much so that my weapons are almost extensions of my own limbs (wow, this sounds cheesy).
Ok, maybe I get a bit too into the game, but its this self-immersion that keeps me playing. So, if I simply can't agree with playing a spec because of simply how it looks and feels, I probably won't play it. Granted, I'm a semi-casual raider so it really doesn't affect my raiding career much. Now, if I were a hardcore raider clearing Yogg-Saron and hard modes, I would probably have a different mindset towards specs and the numbers behind them entirely.