Jul 24th 2011 2:53AM Blizzard must think Wowpedia are doing a good enough job, because they officially endorse Wowpedia. ie they link to it from their blog posts and the like.
Jul 12th 2011 11:27PM been wondering the same thing. there have been a lot of hiccups with pets since 4.2 went live (thanks to the coding required to change aggressive stance to assist stance no doubt), but this one I had not noticed. I do run with a non-combat pet out most of the time when I'm playing my lock.
Jul 8th 2011 3:54AM Agreed. It's not the changes themselves, it's the lack of notice and communication. The "sorry we dun goofed" explanation is getting a bit old. Either they're lying and they just want to push through changes without warning now, or their systems and procedures need auditing.
Jul 6th 2011 11:51PM @vendeurfrancais
In addition to what Inmick says, the official WoW community site links to wowpedia, not wowwiki.
See examples http://us.battle.net/wow/en/blog/2356433 and http://us.battle.net/wow/en/blog/1334974. They link to wowhead.com as well.
Jul 4th 2011 4:16PM There has been no stat change and the colour change is a confirmed bug.
Jul 4th 2011 1:05AM In every workplace I've experienced, this would be really bad writing even for informal memos and emails. I can't imagine a place like Blizzard tolerating it.
Jul 2nd 2011 7:37AM And ironically, on my PVP server, during the Thrall questchain alliance and hordies were helping each other out to smash through the mobs even quicker! Not one instance of PVP action to be seen, just helping :) Awww.
Jun 30th 2011 9:30PM Taking a break was the best thing I ever did for my enthusiasm for WoW. I highly recommend it.
Jun 26th 2011 6:03AM According to posts on the CS forum, you need to have been subscribed for five years. Actually a paid up subscriber for five years, not just that your account is at least five years old with breaks inbetween. You also have to have had the "i agree to accept marketing/newsletters from Blizzard" option ticked in your account.