Mar 8th 2011 3:28PM Just trying a different perspective - I would think a castable magic buff to allow classes that can only rez out of combat to rez in combat would be better: non-healing Priest, Pally, Shaman specs.
Oct 14th 2010 9:23AM WoW saves me money. Anyone else that I know who has to tighten their budget but struggle sticking to it; I tell them "play Warcraft! You'll save a ton because you won't want to do shit-else!"
It works I tell ya. I T W O R K S
Sep 23rd 2010 10:32PM From his Vimeo page
"Hey everyone. I've replied to a few emails about this but I figured others might want to know that I've been working on another animated short. Like before I'm working on it in my spare time so it's still a long way from being done. I'm attempting to create my own characters along with the animations so this is a more ambitious project than BLIND. This new animation may not be as popular as BLIND because it doesn't involve WoW but it will still be awesome. There will be action and there will be robots."
Sep 2nd 2010 12:16AM I just want to point out that the girl in the purple looks like she's rocking some low tier shoulders. Looks like they've got mini spikes .
Aug 30th 2010 10:18PM There's a difference between God and gods. The God that claims to be the God of all the gods isn't present in Warcraft (that I have seen). But there are plenty of gods to which the preservation of life on Azeroth is dependant. These entities that have a direct impact on our character's in-game-physical existence can be deemed 'god' by anyone willing. A person can have one god or many.
Aug 30th 2010 10:13PM Theist here...
A god, to me is always dubbed to be one. I don't believe that a god has to be immortal. In the Warcraft universe, any living thing that is helplessly subject to the whims of another being by choice or ignorance to the point of servitude or service is a god.
If there is disbelief or refusal to believe, then the god-entity is no longer a god to the refuser. It's still powerful but not to the point owhich the unbeliever or disbeliever feels the need for reverence. For it to be a god it has to be regarded as such by someone willing to serve what they believe is the entities' own cause (whether declared or interpreted).
just my perspective.
If the Old Gods are not gods. The titans are gods. If neither are gods of everything, they are gods of something or someone. Where did the Titans come from? We can answer that question when we encounter one in game and say the devs. Or those with higher intellect would say the author that imagined all of it up. In which case in game we are all the result of the imagination of an entity we could never know entirely even in an eternity.
Aug 24th 2010 1:41PM an abrupt ending to a story that has only just begun. One that took longer to build up than it did to end (seemingly). I sense a conflict somewhere.
Aug 22nd 2010 5:31PM I agree.
In trying to understand the author's perspective, I did have to ask myself, "If the only consequence for dying is a corpse run, some more inconvenient than others, then what is the point of it?"
I think it's a fair question that doesn't suggest anything along the author's lines.
In this light I have an idea of something like spirit beasts that you have to evade or beat up on occasion and loot to get your shit back. You never lose it but the longer it takes you, the more you're not going to want to die again. Or maybe changing the death mechanic altogether and making it more a fight for consciousness that you become enthralled in prior to the inconvenient corpse run. Something to make the player be slightly more strategic (less careless) instead of inconsequential pwnmobbing.
Don't apply it to dungeons though.
Jul 29th 2010 11:40PM I was determined to read every post until I found someone thinking what I was thinking.
You sir, are that person.
Jul 11th 2010 8:58PM fail me for not reading the whole article. It caught my eye right away and I was like, "mmm, why didn't I notice that before? How could I have missed that?"