Dec 8th 2010 4:43AM Gieeef.
Oct 10th 2010 8:35AM I play a resto/balance druid, an arms/prot warrior and a holy/ret paladin. What on earth can you draw from that?
Sep 23rd 2010 3:11PM it is ridiculous that the iPad is so poorly though-out and hasn't been sold on yet. The higher cash pile would be fantastic.
Sep 13th 2010 4:40PM no, you'll have to type wow.joystiq.com :P
Aug 25th 2010 3:10PM Oh yeah. All those level 60 heroics. There were LOTS of those. Like heroic Upper Blackro- Owait, no heroic of that. Heroic Blackrock De- oh, no, no heroic there either. :P
Aug 25th 2010 10:47AM "Judgment" is Webster's American adjustment of the word "judgement," which is how the word is still spelt in England. His simplification of the language in this case actually confuses people - Americans misspell it "judgement" because that's how it makes sense to spell it, as the "e" softens the "g."
I don't know if the legal thing you mentioned applies outside of America (I'm English myself) but judgment is the correct American spelling anyhow.
Discussions on the English Language in the comments section of a gaming website? Hell yes
Aug 22nd 2010 5:54PM oh, to add to that, I don't see nerdiness as a character flaw thing. I'd have to kill myself if I did. :P
Aug 22nd 2010 5:53PM Derrek, you have a point, but I'd say that grown men engaging in games we played as a kid is pretty much the definition of nerdiness. Pokemon cards are cool when you're 7 - keep playing them to 30 and you're nerdy. The kid with a playstation was EVERYONE'S friend in year 6, but the guy who plays it for hours a day in Uni is nerdy. see mah point?
Aug 20th 2010 12:45PM How To Paladin: A fine example of meeting the intellectual standards of your audience - in this case, the average pala player :D