Mar 25th 2012 7:15PM @Pasha Except for all the new content, and the fact that expansions are released every six months...
Mar 25th 2012 6:45PM There's one element I haven't seen mentioned that's worth considering: Thrall may have realized that he had no choice in the matter, ultimately. Either he stepped aside as warchief, or Garrosh was going to challenge Thrall again, as he had before, and this time, he might win. Even if he didn't, he might very well insist on a duel to the death, and one thing Thrall was simply unwilling to do was kill the only son of his old friend Grom, even if it was in honorable combat. He may have stepped aside to save Garrosh's life.
Mar 25th 2012 3:47PM I believe the traditional view is that if beer is what you consider a "good thing", it's not heaven you'll be going to... :p
Mar 24th 2012 6:18PM "...and even those pesky warlocks are finally doing something useful and learning to tank."
I guess they finally realized they're really not that good at doing the magic thing, and are trying to find a role for themselves. ;)
Mar 24th 2012 2:51PM None. The master can point the way, but the light bulb must find the roots of change within itself.
Mar 24th 2012 2:42PM It's a myth that doing something the quick and easy way is quicker and easier than doing it right. In fact, unless you plan on never doing it right, it means you have to do it twice. First, the quick and easy way, then doing it right. That actually slows things down and creates more work. If you want to see it done right, you should be very much against any wasting time on any of the quick and easy fixes. The only reason to advocate them is if you think it's never going to be done at all otherwise, and you want to see something rather than nothing, even if it's something short of the real deal.
Mar 23rd 2012 2:39PM @icepyro: No reason to assume he's abandoning anything. Different people have different notions of what honor is, what behavior it demands, and what actions it justifies. Also, people can be wrong. Garrosh's problems are usually less about his motivation than his judgement. I'm quite sure he'll die believing he was always honorable and always did the right thing, and that it's the evil alliance and backstabbing enemies within the Horde that are responsible for his downfall.
Mar 23rd 2012 1:41AM You're incapable of working things out on your own, so if you see someone has worked something out that someone else also worked out, you assume one must of learned it from the other, because it's incredibly unlikely more than one person is that intelligent?
Most ideas are not so complex that multiple people can't work them out independently.
Mar 22nd 2012 1:16PM I'm sure it's both. Reread carefully what you wrote if you're confused. The two options are in no way mutually exclusive.
Mar 22nd 2012 5:20AM "I for one don't care about speculation..." Then skip the articles you don't care about.
"Bottom line is..." you are not the center of the universe. Expecting a site read by thousands of readers to be tailored to your specific tastes is the pinnacle of self-centered behavior. Get over yourself...