Dec 5th 2011 4:47PM I own both the Razer Naga (regular and Molten edition) and the SteelSeries Legendary Edition Mouse. I initially bought the legendary because the Naga's LMB was double clicking on it's own (easily fixable by opening the mouse and putting a drop of contact solution on the offending button, make sure it's unplugged! press the little white button a few times to make sure the solution gets in there, let it dry overnite). I was already very accustomed to the Naga's 12 button thumb grid configuration and I had a hard time getting used to the Legendary Edition's setup. My Hand size is 8" from wrist to tip of Middle finger and 9" from thumb tip to pinky tip spread wide my thumb 2.5" from knuckle to tip. My thumb does not like the position of the 4 thumb buttons it has to strain to reach top and back buttons because of the slight curve. The Far right pinky/ring button is mainly an OH SHIT or utility button since it's placement makes it very difficult for repetative pressing. and the close proximty to the LMB/RMB make it hard to hit the two extra buttons on either side of the wheel and the one just below it. I don't think I can bring myself to use anything but the Naga so the legendary now sits in its box looking pretty but lonely.
May 16th 2011 9:12PM LOL Looks like I'm a bit late but Thanks for the good comments and bad ones I guess :-)
Personally I haven't even thought about naming it. But if I had to my vote would be on hellscreams warsong, it just fits.
As for it's amatuerish execution, I'd have to agree. It should be for my first airbrush attempt, I think the chains came out rather flat and I had some overspray I didn't take into account when laying down the white coat. However I learned alot and my next project should reflect that. practice makes perfect. Besides, I'll be racing in it, it doesn't have to be a "Perfect" airbrush job.
And I appreciate small breaks in wow related news to hear "Other" wow related news such as this. It proves there is a bigger world out there beyond our computer screens.
Feb 8th 2011 2:21PM Anyone Else notice that you cannot queue for Any dungeons at all. I just tried several times trying everything I could to remove anything that could cause problems but I am unable to queue for anything, it tells me one of several things, 1) you have not completed the quest for that dungeon, 2) you have not selected the appropriate slot 3) you do not meet the requirements for the chosen dungeons.
I'm sorry but at lvl 85 and having done the dungeons hundreds times already and the crown daily twice, I think I qualify should I not?
Oct 20th 2010 8:33AM At the Risk of being downgraded by all the jealousy, I experienced the bug after logging in for the first time in a few days, when I finally got back in I was upset I did not get to fight, however I saw I had the goodie bag and upon opening it got the mount. No one was happy about that but me. :-)
Mar 3rd 2010 2:22PM I like the fact that the first post was not a "First!" post, that said, I couldn't agree more with your point. Content has been trivialized by the fact that we are overgeared for it, but I can also see this has helped plenty of us gear up for newer content alot easier which was blizzards intent. Come Cataclysm though I think your suggestion will definately go a long way in making players feel like they're actually making progress instead of just Farming the hell out of this easy heroic. Nowaday I'm just like you, Don't wanna run it cause I've already done it too many times.
Dec 29th 2009 11:08AM plz,plz,plz,plz,plz,plz,plz,plz,plz,plz,plz,plz,plz let it be me!!!!
Oct 8th 2009 9:32AM If you Pick me I will write everyones articles for a week! Can't guarantee I'll know what I'm talking about half as much as you guys though.
Aug 5th 2009 8:40AM My question is this, if we are going to be allowed faction changes, how will that affect Faction Specific Reputation, Mounts and Items?
Aug 2nd 2009 6:37PM While they're at it (Figuring out what to do and how to design quests) I would also like for them to take into consideration Tailoring the quest's to reward Profession and or Class relevent rewards along with substantial amount of Coin. I absolutely dislike doing quest's that have nothing good to give me except vendor trash. It could be good for the casual gamer who doesn't have time to grind gear from instances, raids or battlegrounds. I mean, It's nice that these irrelevent rewards can be vendored for coin, but it does nothing to enrich the experience or satisfaction of the casual player with no interest in grinding, just questing. I admit it might be too late for such a system now that they have hierlooms sets and we all have an 80 to grind these rewards. just my two cents