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Leave a comment, win fabulous prizes! {WoW}

Mar 30th 2010 9:54AM And now here is a comment! thank you!

WoW 5th Anniversary Giveaway: 5 Razer Naga gaming mice {WoW}

Nov 24th 2009 11:44AM woah! cool! sign me up!

WoW 5th Anniversary Giveaway: 2 Tuskarr Kite loot codes {WoW}

Nov 24th 2009 9:02AM Nice. Probably my favorite TCG item.

Preparing for BlizzCon: The final roundup {WoW}

Aug 19th 2009 9:50AM as someone who lives just 10 minutes from the Anaheim Convention Center, I'll say, just relax, and be prepared to deal with a bit of Disneyland congestion (it's literally across the street) and just know that the local area is easy to navigate. Also, enjoy the Garden Walk down Katella. Beer served in the movie theater, lots of good eateries, a nice wine bar, places to shop, and other cool places. Enjoy Orange County, the weather has been fabulous lately.

Encrypted Text: Everything but Vanish {WoW}

Aug 4th 2009 5:19PM In my perfect world, rogues are OP at PVP (due mostly to increase survivability mechanisms in the sub tree), middle of the pack for PVE DPS, but at the same time, offer some sort of additional raid support/utility that is unique to them in the ways that hunters do.

I'd personally gladly sacrifice some raid DPS in this sense. You'd still be vital to bring along in raids, yet not completely irreplaceable, while at the same time you'd be what an assassin should be; lethal in all pvp situations.

Breakfast Topic: Do you know where your children are? {WoW}

Aug 1st 2009 9:09PM I think what's worse than "weak arguments against playing" are people justifying letting their kids play. Are you kidding me? Honestly, if you want your kid to sit idly by and waste their time, I guess that's fine. It's your kid and you're responsible for their upbringing. I'll make a conscious effort to encourage more books, more musical instruments more art, more time outside, etc.

I play casually because it's fun for me still, I put in about an hour per day. It's still an hour that could be better spent, and that's what I hope my kid opts for.

Honestly, who are you kidding trying to justify letting kids that young partake in a time wasting, violence based MMO that has almost zero connection to reality?

Breakfast Topic: Do you know where your children are? {WoW}

Aug 1st 2009 5:59PM I have a four-month old son who I sincerely hope never knows I play a game like WoW, and never plays one himself. Get outside, play with your real life friends, be social, experience life, not this B.S. virtual world.

knowing that people are playing wow with preschoolers gives me a sick feeling, and hopefully has pushed me one step closer to quitting for good.

climbing off my soapbox now.

WoW Insider interviews Tom Chilton on Patch 3.1 and beyond {WoW}

May 5th 2009 12:10PM RACE CHANGES!

come on, with the way home city reputation is so easily gained now via quests, you should be able to do a one-time race change to a faction you're exalted with. I'd pay 50 bucks to turn my NE rogue into a dwarf one with a GREAT BUSHY BEARD! He's already exalted with IF, so it isn't as though it's changing game play THAT much.

Breakfast Topic: For the children! {WoW}

May 1st 2009 10:57AM The QQ crowd is amazing That's exactly what you're doing.
blizz cannot possibly satisfy everyone with every event. I think it's BS that I have to do a bunch of Ulduar stuff to have an Iron Proto Drake. I'm a busy guy that plays in the morning. I dont have time to schedule raiding.

But Im not going to cry about it. I'm going to have fun with what's possible.

Give it a shot.