Mar 23rd 2012 12:21PM But, but, Ghostcrawler promised me a pony.
Mar 22nd 2012 5:32AM Since all the other enchants listed state a ilvl 384 requirement, I suspect the 92 is a typo.
Mar 2nd 2012 5:09PM I don't know if it would be better, but It would certainly create more loot problems.
Jan 19th 2012 4:54PM It's Dr. Evil...I didn't spend eight years at Evil Medical School to be called Mister.
Dec 18th 2011 6:19PM I don't think Ewoks are scary, but I do think the idea that stone age teddy bears could defeat advanced, mechanized infantry ridiculous enough that it took me out of the movie. And don't get me started on the whole "if Luke kills the Emperor, he becomes evil" thing.
Dec 5th 2011 7:42PM I was in the same boat, but I dropped Engineering and switched to Blacksmithing. It cost me 10k to level it to 525 (including buying MF recipes, etc) and I've already made 5k back on the stuff I made to level. I still have a bunch of low level stuff that I'll DE and sell the mats. I suspect when all is said and done it will have cost me 2k to level BS to 525 buying all the mats. Definitely worth the trade-off.
Nov 8th 2011 8:20AM I couldn't agree more about Children's week. The "School of Hard Knocks" requirement is very poorly thought out. It sucks fun out of the game for both PvP-er's and non PvP-er's.
Nov 7th 2011 12:05PM When 4.3 drops all current VP gear will be purchasable with JP, and your VPs will be converted to JP. If the conversion gives you over 4k JP, the overage will be converted to gold, so don't leave the game on a Monday with over 4k combined VP and JP unless you need a couple hundred gold. That said, the new instances drop ilvl 378 gear and seem to have pretty much every slot covered, so I really don't see much advantage to holding on to your points.
Oct 28th 2011 4:00PM In late 2008, the recession hadn't really started to bite. In November 2008, unemployment, while trending up, was still under 7% vs. the 9.2% (which doesn't count people who've given up looking for work) we have now. Entertainment spending has really dropped this year, so it's not surprising that WoW is hit.
Oct 28th 2011 3:47PM Cataclysm didn't happen in a vacuum. Yes, WoW has lost subscribers over the past year, and undoubtedly some due to dissatisfaction with the content, but we're also in the midst of a rather deep recession, that I suspect is having a large impact too. All entertainment spending is down this year, so it's not surprising that WoW is losing subscribers, especially when you consider that young adults are among the hardest hit.