Jan 12th 2011 5:14PM I totally agree. I don't dislike the Cataclysm music, but it really doesn't stand out in any way, and it definitely doesn't "grab" me like the music from the original and the previous xpacs. One of the reason I buy the CEs is for the soundtrack CDs. Put it this way, if I lost any of the other soundtrack CDs I would replace them pronto. If I lost the Cata CD, well... I dunno.
Aug 9th 2009 12:50PM OK, people really need to stop being sheepish or apologetic about liking to level. Unorthodox? Pshaw! Many of us came to WoW from an RPG background and we love the genre. I also love being able to notice and enjoy all the little stuff that the developers packed into the game along the journey, which I would miss if I just rushed straight to end game. Blizzard allows you to enjoy more than one type of gameplay, the choice to take advantage of it should not be reason for apology. :-)
OK, end rant.
Anyway, I am also happy to see leveling guides making a comeback at Wow Insider and I like the fact that they have some depth to them this time around, with more info than just "go to this zone, now you're ready for this zone, wow you're 30, now you're 60... Keep up the good work.
Aug 4th 2009 1:51AM Yes, it's always good that people who are entrusted with information such that they will lose their job if they divulge it, are ethical enough not to share it. :)
Aug 2nd 2009 11:14AM Sleutel, your presumption would be incorrect. That's what makes it so bizarre.
Aug 2nd 2009 11:04AM But... given that Wow Insider has always campaigned against gold sellers, it's pretty bizarre that they chose to include a screen shot with one so prominently featured.
Jul 2nd 2009 5:25PM Aye, you're not the only one who ate that chicken.
TLDR verison of this post:
GHOSTCRAWLER, I WANT MY PONY!
Jun 6th 2009 3:15PM Trasken, you weren't seeing things; the comment was voted down. And then back up, apparently.
There must be some fitting "punishment" that people who don't recognize sacrcasm "deserve to get", but for the moment it escapes me.
Jun 6th 2009 2:41PM Of course it's OK for you to overpower a small child and steal from them. If they're dumb enough and naive enough to trust you, doesn't that make it perfectly fine? After all, you're doing them a favor by teaching them not to be stupid.
I am really disgusted by some of the comments left here.