Jun 5th 2009 6:38AM In psychology Ferraro's case is a textbook example of dissociative identity disorder. He / she further implies this by explaining the seven different sides of one's self. The explanation for lying was a last-ditch effort to explain the personality of Ferraro, but it was a perfect explanation as to what he was doing. Ferraro is one person who is narcissistic and uses blogs as a coping mechanism for the stresses of the outside world. WoW is more than a game, but an alternate reality for them where they can write their own novel. At this very moment he's probably scanning the comments right now.
By the way, anyone bother to do a whois search on retpaladin.com? My guess is the IP matches the site, and you should probably look into interviewing the owner of it; Kenneth Brown.
Apr 1st 2009 6:10PM WoW is an old game, and I think the developers are shifting the content to where you don't have to play as much anymore. I know I barely log in for more than three days, and I'm decked out in the latest 25-man content already. The main fun that I have is just logging in and doing a few battleground / arena matches, or catch up with the friends I have. When I have to log on to the PTR now to get a new content fix, its sending the message that something is stale.
Sure WoW certainly is an awesome game that's captured many of our attention spans for close to five years, but maybe Blizzard is saying its time to move on. Perhaps to the D3 and Starcraft franchises that have been on hold for almost 2 years now.